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Old 12 Jan 2012, 06:47 pm
Ben
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Default Should have bought a 2012 Civic!


I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.

Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!

http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
ncid=webmail14

Elmo's a moron.
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Old 12 Jan 2012, 06:49 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

Here's a short link to the Hyundai article if you need it.

http://aol.it/y7FDZK
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Old 12 Jan 2012, 07:28 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

In article <MPG.297949272c3b8b4b989688@news.eternal-september.org>,
Ben <ooki@elmos_a_moron.com> wrote:

> I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
> Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
> mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
>
> Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
> ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
>
> http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
> ncid=webmail14
>
> Elmo's a moron.


You keep telling yourself that when American Honda ****s you up the ass.
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Old 12 Jan 2012, 07:37 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

In article <elmop-70119D.20284112012012@news.eternal-september.org>,
elmop@nastydesigns.com says...
>
>In article <MPG.297949272c3b8b4b989688@news.eternal-september.org>,
> Ben <ooki@elmos_a_moron.com> wrote:
>
>> I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
>> Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
>> mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
>>
>> Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
>> ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
>>
>> http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
>> ncid=webmail14
>>
>> Elmo's a moron.

>
>You keep telling yourself that when American Honda ****s you up the ass.


I'm sorry you got ****ed up the ass, but by acting like a whore you
allowed yourself to be raped. Don't be such a tease and that big bubba
gangsta driving a 25 year old stolen Honda with ghetto wheels won't be
so eager to put his big snake in your anus hole.

Me, I'm quite displeased with this crap Elantra and I think I'm going to
dump this piece of crap. Jury still out on what I will get next. I'm
open to suggestions to folks who know what they're talking about (that
statement excludes Elmo the moron of course).
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Old 12 Jan 2012, 08:58 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

On 01/12/2012 04:47 PM, Ben wrote:
>
> I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
> Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
> mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
>
> Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
> ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
>
> http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
> ncid=webmail14


eh? that article mentions toyota, vw and frod, but not honda - so i'm
having difficulty following the logic of ass kicking. unless you want
to get into the topic of epa figures being bullshit all across the
board, but i guess that would be too inconvenient.


>
> Elmo's a moron.


i don't think so.


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Old 12 Jan 2012, 09:37 pm
Elmo P. Shagnasty
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

In article <MPG.297954df5ee2e78498968a@news.eternal-september.org>,
Ben <ooki@elmos_a_moron.com> wrote:

> >> Elmo's a moron.

> >
> >You keep telling yourself that when American Honda ****s you up the ass.

>
> I'm sorry you got ****ed up the ass, but by acting like a whore you
> allowed yourself to be raped. Don't be such a tease and that big bubba
> gangsta driving a 25 year old stolen Honda with ghetto wheels won't be
> so eager to put his big snake in your anus hole.


Keep your homoerotic anal fantasies to yourself.

In the meantime, I will continue to discuss Honda on a factual
basis--not the fairyland that you're convinced the world is.
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Old 12 Jan 2012, 11:50 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

In article <jeo6lc$p9v$1@speranza.aioe.org>, me@privacy.net says...
>
>On 01/12/2012 04:47 PM, Ben wrote:
>>
>> I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
>> Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
>> mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
>>
>> Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
>> ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
>>
>> http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
>> ncid=webmail14

>
>eh? that article mentions toyota, vw and frod, but not honda - so i'm
>having difficulty following the logic of ass kicking.


Well most educated folks would probably have noticed the subject line,
and came to the logical conclusion that I was trying to convey, which
was that I should have bought a Civic for my daughter instead of the
piece of shit Hyundai she thought was a good idea at the time.

But if you're going to be all retarded about it like Elmo, I won't
expect you to understand.

> unless you want
> to get into the topic of epa figures being bullshit all across the
> board, but i guess that would be too inconvenient.


>> Elmo's a moron.

>
>i don't think so.


That's because you're his personal geisha sockpuppet account and you
will continue to do what pleases him. My message was to the non-
mongoloidian population who has long such filtered the both of you
assholes from all conversation, and to any who might come after that do
not understand the ****witted history of the both of youse, and might
actually take any information you posted seriously.

Just one more time for the certified idiot savants who failed the savant
part of the test but were awarded the paper as emotional rescue, I
bought an Elantra for my daughter that gets the gas mileage of a V8
Mustang, and every ****ing one of you should be scared of that and the
Ford Focus/Taurus cluster****s as well as the Chevy Volts that cost
$300k to manufacture after bailout money is factored in. These are
embarassments of cars.

Meanwhile my neighbor has a 2012 Civic that gets an approx 40MPG that is
confirmed by every source, and has a predicted reliability safety rating
through the roof.

Elmo is bitter because his own lack of social skills precludes him from
hanging with the smarter crowd. He was blackballed from the Honda club
after the blacksnake entered his rectum. He's no longer allowed to play
with the big boys. I'm glad you still want to play with him, though.
He needs SOMEONE.


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Old 13 Jan 2012, 10:17 am
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

I've owned several recent Fords - not one has had any sort of problem I'd
consider a mark of poor quality. In the last twenty years, the most
significant problem I have had with a Ford was a fuel pump failure on an
F150 when it was 14 years old. And the pump didn't completely fail, it just
had a bad check valve that made the truck hard to start (if it sat over
night, it took several seconds to start). The econd most significant problem
was a bad window motor on a 5 year old Expedition and it was covered by an
extended warranty.

If you want to talk about rolling crap, I'll tell you what I think of my
Sister's old Civic. Yes it ran - but if was such a noisy, uncomfortable
turd, it would make you wish it wouldn't. She is driving a Toyota now.

Ed

"Ben" <ooki@elmos_a_moron.com> wrote in message
news:MPG.297949272c3b8b4b989688@news.eternal-september.org...
>
> I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
> Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
> mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
>
> Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
> ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
>
> http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
> ncid=webmail14
>
> Elmo's a moron.



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Old 13 Jan 2012, 12:01 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

In article <jeplhj$ej2$1@dont-email.me>,
"C. E. White" <cewhite3@mindspring.com> wrote:

> If you want to talk about rolling crap, I'll tell you what I think of my
> Sister's old Civic. Yes it ran - but if was such a noisy, uncomfortable
> turd, it would make you wish it wouldn't.


What year was that Civic?
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Old 13 Jan 2012, 08:12 pm
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Default Re: Should have bought a 2012 Civic!

On 01/12/2012 09:50 PM, Ben wrote:
> In article<jeo6lc$p9v$1@speranza.aioe.org>, me@privacy.net says...
>>
>> On 01/12/2012 04:47 PM, Ben wrote:
>>>
>>> I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
>>> Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
>>> mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
>>>
>>> Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
>>> ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
>>>
>>> http://autos.aol.com/article/hyundai...fuel-economy/?
>>> ncid=webmail14

>>
>> eh? that article mentions toyota, vw and frod, but not honda - so i'm
>> having difficulty following the logic of ass kicking.

>
> Well most educated folks would probably have noticed the subject line,
> and came to the logical conclusion that I was trying to convey, which
> was that I should have bought a Civic for my daughter instead of the
> piece of shit Hyundai she thought was a good idea at the time.


but the article doesn't mention civics, so the logic connection between
an unsubstantiated allegation about fuel consumption on one car doesn't
support an unfounded assertion about another.


>
> But if you're going to be all retarded about it like Elmo, I won't
> expect you to understand.
>
>> unless you want
>> to get into the topic of epa figures being bullshit all across the
>> board, but i guess that would be too inconvenient.

>
>>> Elmo's a moron.

>>
>> i don't think so.

>
> That's because you're his personal geisha sockpuppet account and you
> will continue to do what pleases him. My message was to the non-
> mongoloidian population who has long such filtered the both of you
> assholes from all conversation, and to any who might come after that do
> not understand the ****witted history of the both of youse, and might
> actually take any information you posted seriously.
>
> Just one more time for the certified idiot savants who failed the savant
> part of the test but were awarded the paper as emotional rescue, I
> bought an Elantra for my daughter that gets the gas mileage of a V8
> Mustang, and every ****ing one of you should be scared of that and the
> Ford Focus/Taurus cluster****s as well as the Chevy Volts that cost
> $300k to manufacture after bailout money is factored in. These are
> embarassments of cars.
>
> Meanwhile my neighbor has a 2012 Civic that gets an approx 40MPG that is
> confirmed by every source, and has a predicted reliability safety rating
> through the roof.
>
> Elmo is bitter because his own lack of social skills precludes him from
> hanging with the smarter crowd. He was blackballed from the Honda club
> after the blacksnake entered his rectum. He's no longer allowed to play
> with the big boys. I'm glad you still want to play with him, though.
> He needs SOMEONE.


your personal argument with someone isn't supported by a rant about a
car's fuel consumption. and your logic module is missing - put a
teenage girl in /any/ car, and the fuel consumption is going to suck.


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