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Old 02 Jan 2009, 10:26 pm
rll
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Default 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

FYI ...

My windshield cracked after being hit by something on the freeway.
Replacement cost was $940 including installation and tax.

Beware of the cheap copies. Acura windshield was $744; the copy was $269.
The service manager recommended that I stay away from the imported copies.
I agreed and got the Honda glass.

- Russ in Santa Barbara

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Old 03 Jan 2009, 06:46 am
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

On Fri, 02 Jan 2009 20:26:47 -0800, rll <rll_mac@cox.net> wrote:

>FYI ...
>
>My windshield cracked...


>Beware of the cheap copies. Acura windshield was $744; the copy was $269.
>The service manager recommended that I stay away from the imported copies.
>I agreed and got the Honda glass.


The Acura service manager recommended that you spend $744 on his
windshield and not $269 on someone else's copy? What a surprise.

And he didn't even tell you what was wrong with the copy, he just said
"stay away from it," did he?

And you agreed with him? And now you're posting "Beware of cheap
copies" messages, without giving any reasons?

Man, what a clueless twat you are. You obviously couldn't get a clue
if you rolled in clue musk and performed the clue mating dance in the
middle of a field full of horny clues at the height of the clue mating
season.
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Old 03 Jan 2009, 04:01 pm
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

In article <C5842907.BDF2%rll_mac@cox.net>, rll_mac@cox.net says...
> FYI ...
>
> My windshield cracked after being hit by something on the freeway.
> Replacement cost was $940 including installation and tax.
>
> Beware of the cheap copies. Acura windshield was $744; the copy was $269.
> The service manager recommended that I stay away from the imported copies.
> I agreed and got the Honda glass.
>
> - Russ in Santa Barbara
>

Shouldn't it have simply cost you your glass deductible on your
insurance?

Bob
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Old 03 Jan 2009, 04:36 pm
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

On Sat, 03 Jan 2009 07:46:43 -0500, Dean Dark said:

>You obviously couldn't get a clue
>if you rolled in clue musk and performed the clue mating dance in the
>middle of a field full of horny clues at the height of the clue mating
>season.


LOL!

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Old 04 Jan 2009, 10:21 am
RLL
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

Of course. My cost was just the insurance deductible.

And a note to Dean Dark, I have an IQ of about 150.


"Bob" <tooslow42@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
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> In article <C5842907.BDF2%rll_mac@cox.net>, rll_mac@cox.net says...
>> FYI ...
>>
>> My windshield cracked after being hit by something on the freeway.
>> Replacement cost was $940 including installation and tax.
>>
>> Beware of the cheap copies. Acura windshield was $744; the copy was
>> $269.
>> The service manager recommended that I stay away from the imported
>> copies.
>> I agreed and got the Honda glass.
>>
>> - Russ in Santa Barbara
>>

> Shouldn't it have simply cost you your glass deductible on your
> insurance?
>
> Bob



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Old 04 Jan 2009, 02:02 pm
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 08:21:08 -0800, "RLL" <rlombardo@cox.net> wrote:

>And a note to Dean Dark, I have an IQ of about 150.


"About 150."

Are you guessing? If you'd been properly tested, then you'd have an
exact number. Most people *believe* that they're above average.

And anyway, you could have fooled me with the content of your original
post.

Hold on, I just had a thought - what number base are you working in?
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Old 04 Jan 2009, 02:13 pm
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

I've taken several IQ tests over my lifetime. My lowest score was 138, my
highest was no missed questions, rating at least a 170, so that's why I said
about. I am an R&D scientist at a large international company working in
optical physics.

How about you? And heckler is hardly a proper answer. I am sure you'll
have plenty of time to answer as you obviously have no friends. Go figure
....


"Dean Dark" <ddrake@comcast.notthis.net> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 08:21:08 -0800, "RLL" <rlombardo@cox.net> wrote:
>
>>And a note to Dean Dark, I have an IQ of about 150.

>
> "About 150."
>
> Are you guessing? If you'd been properly tested, then you'd have an
> exact number. Most people *believe* that they're above average.
>
> And anyway, you could have fooled me with the content of your original
> post.
>
> Hold on, I just had a thought - what number base are you working in?
> --
> Dan.



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Old 04 Jan 2009, 02:34 pm
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 12:13:35 -0800, "RLL" <rlombardo@cox.net> wrote:

>I've taken several IQ tests over my lifetime. My lowest score was 138, my
>highest was no missed questions, rating at least a 170, so that's why I said
>about. I am an R&D scientist at a large international company working in
>optical physics.
>
>How about you? And heckler is hardly a proper answer. I am sure you'll
>have plenty of time to answer as you obviously have no friends. Go figure


On Usenet, anyone can claim to be anything. Your assertions about
your occupation, IQ, sexual prowess, or whatever, really have no
meaning. You can *only* be judged by what you write, which in your
case was meaningless and illogical crap.

For someone as supposedly smart as you say you are, it's surprising
that you're not aware of that.

As for me, rest assured that I am intelligent and successful. To say
anything beyond that on Usenet - as you do - is a sign of a newbie who
wants to get into a dick-size war.

Have at it - knock yourself out!
--
Dan.
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Old 04 Jan 2009, 02:49 pm
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

Simply do a search under russell lombardo and you will find several
published papers co-authored by me. I can assure you that I never lie,
unlike the people you are obviously used to dealing with.


"Dean Dark" <ddrake@comcast.notthis.net> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 12:13:35 -0800, "RLL" <rlombardo@cox.net> wrote:
>
>>I've taken several IQ tests over my lifetime. My lowest score was 138, my
>>highest was no missed questions, rating at least a 170, so that's why I
>>said
>>about. I am an R&D scientist at a large international company working in
>>optical physics.
>>
>>How about you? And heckler is hardly a proper answer. I am sure you'll
>>have plenty of time to answer as you obviously have no friends. Go figure

>
> On Usenet, anyone can claim to be anything. Your assertions about
> your occupation, IQ, sexual prowess, or whatever, really have no
> meaning. You can *only* be judged by what you write, which in your
> case was meaningless and illogical crap.
>
> For someone as supposedly smart as you say you are, it's surprising
> that you're not aware of that.
>
> As for me, rest assured that I am intelligent and successful. To say
> anything beyond that on Usenet - as you do - is a sign of a newbie who
> wants to get into a dick-size war.
>
> Have at it - knock yourself out!
> --
> Dan.



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Old 04 Jan 2009, 03:07 pm
Dean Dark
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Default Re: 2004 TL Windshield Replacement

On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 12:49:45 -0800, "RLL" <rlombardo@cox.net> wrote:

>Simply do a search under russell lombardo and you will find several
>published papers co-authored by me. I can assure you that I never lie,
>unlike the people you are obviously used to dealing with.


You don't understand very much about Usenet, do you?

Simply do a search on my real name (go on, you can work it out quite
easily). Now look at the results. Now tell me what conclusions you
can draw from them with certainty about this particular me.

So why *did* you post meaningless babble - in HTML, no less - in the
first place? What was the point of what you wrote? And why do you
top post? These are not good signs from someone who *claims* to be a
genius.
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