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08-26-2013 10:51 PM
goinloco1
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And fwiw, I totally disagree with your statement. A parent that makes the sacrifice of driving that distance in order to avoid uprooting their family does so in order to maintain stability within the rest of their household. A single person may make that sacrifice in order to have a home in an area they enjoy while having a better paying job in a location that they wouldn't want to live. I can give many more examples but it would be a waste of my time.

Your statement reeks of selfishness-not of logical thought in regards to situations that you obviously don't understand.
And why the hell do you think I'm single and have been for several years now.... yeah according to you your logic it should have worked.
I'll be the first to say its a shitty way to live. look hon, we have a whole 2-3 hrs to see each other today...if your lucky
08-26-2013 12:26 PM
JPFocus86
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don't complain about what others do if you do it yourself, no matter what your driving. (a gen1 isn't the most fuel efficient, i had 2 of the pos)
Weird, I had a mk1 that got pretty good mileage (high 20's on the commute and low 30's if I did purely freeway driving). Doesn't seem like a pos to me, certainly more efficient than a truck
08-26-2013 01:52 AM
Kabigon
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If your commuting that far your an idiot for not finding a place closer to work or a job closer to where you live. No matter what the hell you drive
08-26-2013 01:44 AM
Kabigon
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Anyways, for me any car with Automatic transmission is a girly car

Yeah, that Nissan GT-R is a girly car for sure.

I'm sure you could smoke one with your ST.
08-26-2013 12:53 AM
GreySkorpion This^^^^and with that, I am out of this thread that is still retarded.
08-26-2013 12:35 AM
dyn085
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Originally Posted by goinloco1 View Post
If your commuting that far your an idiot for not finding a place closer to work or a job closer to where you live. No matter what the hell you drive


And fwiw, I totally disagree with your statement. A parent that makes the sacrifice of driving that distance in order to avoid uprooting their family does so in order to maintain stability within the rest of their household. A single person may make that sacrifice in order to have a home in an area they enjoy while having a better paying job in a location that they wouldn't want to live. I can give many more examples but it would be a waste of my time.

Your statement reeks of selfishness-not of logical thought in regards to situations that you obviously don't understand.
08-26-2013 12:33 AM
GreySkorpion ^^thank you Dr. Phil, but I commute 41 total miles a day in a car that gets 25 MPG. It costs me $7 a day to live in a safe community with low taxes. Makes sense to me. And a 02 svtf is a first Gen. My 2.3 is hardly a pos, maybe yours is.....
08-25-2013 11:44 PM
goinloco1
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Yeah, because everyone should uproot their family when their job MAKES them transfer. So no-one should live in a small town where crime is lower and taxes lower, with better education systems than anywhere around, so they can drive a truck and never even haul anything in it. You guys and your pavement queen trucks.........
don't complain about what others do if you do it yourself, no matter what your driving. (a gen1 isn't the most fuel efficient, i had 2 of the pos)
08-25-2013 08:51 PM
GreySkorpion
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If your commuting that far your an idiot for not finding a place closer to work or a job closer to where you live. No matter what the hell you drive
Yeah, because everyone should uproot their family when their job MAKES them transfer. So no-one should live in a small town where crime is lower and taxes lower, with better education systems than anywhere around, so they can drive a truck and never even haul anything in it. You guys and your pavement queen trucks.........
08-25-2013 08:30 PM
Deftmetal
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Well in Canada I understand. But with gas over $3.50 having a big truck as a daily is dumb.
Gas is $5.20 a gallon here. I don't get people using trucks. Dealers push them to guys even if you go in looking for a specific car
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