Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"What fresh hell is this?"
Likewise. Happy Hogmanay.Regards,Rabbit.
I blogged my hopes for everyone.For you, another....May the ale be chilled, the ammo plentiful, and the sun shining when you wake.
May 2008 bring you health, happiness, and every round in the 10 ring!!George
Happy New Year keep up with all your writing most enjoyable one little Question "the Sunday Smith"?
Happy New Year--look forward to reading your blog in 2008!
Once more 'round the sun...
Happyful New Year!Keep on doing what you're doing!
happy new year to you, too!
To you as well, Tam.
Happy New Year, Tam!!
Happy New Beer, Tam.
And may you purchase an american made vehicle!
"And may you purchase an american made vehicle!"My car was made in Columbia, South Carolina, which is still in America as far as I know.
Just like the Toyota's made in Kentucky.However, the profits for foreign made vehicles go directly to the company responsible for the design. I remember when the BMW plant was built. It was supposed to be the greatest thing since sliced bread for folks up there.But things change. I wonder how those folks like their golden handcuffs.
Ah! See, when you said "American Made", I thought you meant "American Made", not "Detroit-built piece of UAW-supporting crap".No matter how many American flags one puts on a turd, it's still a turd. When I bought this car, my requirements were for a sports car, preferably a convertible, that would go 10 years/100,000 with no major repairs or overhauls, interior trim bits falling off, or squeaks and rattles developing. The only vehicles the Big Three make that will do that are pickups and Crown Vics, neither of which appeal to me.Used to sell Chevies and Dodges for a living,Tam
Unfortunately you are correct that a turd is a turd is a turd.Since I drive a pick up that must be why I am happy driving Amaerican made.Sorry to say I haven't purchased a "car" in more than 25 years.Although the Crown Vic's can be had with some very "sporty" engines.Glad you moved away from selling cars. I hate to think someone I value's opinion is one of those...
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