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Old 18 Apr 2007, 05:36 pm
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Phil Kyle wrote:
> On 11 Apr 2007 04:50:19 -0700, "Holly" <noon_union@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>>On Apr 10, 11:10 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Holly wrote:
>>> > On Apr 10, 8:01 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> >> Holly wrote:
>>> >> > MARION & MAURICE IN AIGUILLE
>>>
>>> > <snip>
>>>
>>> >> > In the end, the people of Aiguille handled well the media attention,
>>> >> > the droves of tourists wandering through their streets, the
>>> >> > unanswerable questions, the crass action figures of Marion and Maurice
>>> >> > and the umbrellas that looked like cuttlefish that flashed florescent
>>> >> > when opened. And eventually, no one knows how, when everything
>>> >> > returned to normal it all just seemed like a small phantasmagoria.
>>> >> > People in town said that every place experiences such an unusual event
>>> >> > sometime in its history. Yes ... they all agreed ... a bit of
>>> >> > phantasmagoria is normal.
>>>
>>> >> Type I, or Type S?
>>>
>>> > Sorry, I don't understand.
>>>
>>> I'm mortarfied.- Hide quoted text -

>>
>>
>>Well, you have stumbled upon one of the very many subjects about which
>>I know very little. I am all feel when it comes to noticing
>>automobiles. I can tell you if I like the color and if the ride is
>>smooth. I like them compact and swift and with a broad enough base
>>that they take the curves well. Big cars embarrass me. Sleek, simply
>>classic lines are irresistable for the full two minutes I will pay
>>attention while one passes. I drive a Honda because I don't have to
>>think about it. And because they always make one model in the most
>>gaudy color ~

>
> Hondas rule.


Hondas rule!
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Old 18 Apr 2007, 06:52 pm
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ah <splifingate@gmail.com> wrote in
news:46269ace$0$27976$8f2e0ebb@news.shared-secrets.com:

> Phil Kyle wrote:
>> On 11 Apr 2007 04:50:19 -0700, "Holly" <noon_union@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>>On Apr 10, 11:10 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Holly wrote:
>>>> > On Apr 10, 8:01 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> >> Holly wrote:
>>>> >> > MARION & MAURICE IN AIGUILLE
>>>>
>>>> > <snip>
>>>>
>>>> >> > In the end, the people of Aiguille handled well the media
>>>> >> > attention, the droves of tourists wandering through their
>>>> >> > streets, the unanswerable questions, the crass action figures
>>>> >> > of Marion and Maurice and the umbrellas that looked like
>>>> >> > cuttlefish that flashed florescent when opened. And
>>>> >> > eventually, no one knows how, when everything returned to
>>>> >> > normal it all just seemed like a small phantasmagoria.
>>>> >> > People in town said that every place experiences such an
>>>> >> > unusual event sometime in its history. Yes ... they all
>>>> >> > agreed ... a bit of phantasmagoria is normal.
>>>>
>>>> >> Type I, or Type S?
>>>>
>>>> > Sorry, I don't understand.
>>>>
>>>> I'm mortarfied.- Hide quoted text -
>>>
>>>
>>>Well, you have stumbled upon one of the very many subjects about
>>>which I know very little. I am all feel when it comes to noticing
>>>automobiles. I can tell you if I like the color and if the ride is
>>>smooth. I like them compact and swift and with a broad enough base
>>>that they take the curves well. Big cars embarrass me. Sleek,
>>>simply classic lines are irresistable for the full two minutes I will
>>>pay attention while one passes. I drive a Honda because I don't have
>>>to think about it. And because they always make one model in the
>>>most gaudy color ~

>>
>> Hondas rule.

>
> Hondas rule!
>



Well, now. I really wonder where the hell this thread came from.
alt.autos.honda does not generally have this sort of thing come its way

But seeing as how I've somehow been drawn into a wide-ranging public
primal scream, let me inject my own opinion (as a 16-year Honda owner,
and as a man).
A Honda is akin to a pair of sensible underpants (or just "pants" to you
Brits): utterly essential, but you don't want to have to be made
constantly aware of the thing while you wear it. If, instead, however,
you fancy a thong made of sandpaper, buy a Ferrari.

Have a nice day, wherever you are...

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Old 18 Apr 2007, 09:42 pm
ah
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Tegger wrote:
> ah <splifingate@gmail.com> wrote in
> news:46269ace$0$27976$8f2e0ebb@news.shared-secrets.com:
>
>> Phil Kyle wrote:
>>> On 11 Apr 2007 04:50:19 -0700, "Holly" <noon_union@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Apr 10, 11:10 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> Holly wrote:
>>>>> > On Apr 10, 8:01 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> >> Holly wrote:
>>>>> >> > MARION & MAURICE IN AIGUILLE
>>>>>
>>>>> > <snip>
>>>>>
>>>>> >> > In the end, the people of Aiguille handled well the media
>>>>> >> > attention, the droves of tourists wandering through their
>>>>> >> > streets, the unanswerable questions, the crass action figures
>>>>> >> > of Marion and Maurice and the umbrellas that looked like
>>>>> >> > cuttlefish that flashed florescent when opened. And
>>>>> >> > eventually, no one knows how, when everything returned to
>>>>> >> > normal it all just seemed like a small phantasmagoria.
>>>>> >> > People in town said that every place experiences such an
>>>>> >> > unusual event sometime in its history. Yes ... they all
>>>>> >> > agreed ... a bit of phantasmagoria is normal.
>>>>>
>>>>> >> Type I, or Type S?
>>>>>
>>>>> > Sorry, I don't understand.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm mortarfied.- Hide quoted text -
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Well, you have stumbled upon one of the very many subjects about
>>>>which I know very little. I am all feel when it comes to noticing
>>>>automobiles. I can tell you if I like the color and if the ride is
>>>>smooth. I like them compact and swift and with a broad enough base
>>>>that they take the curves well. Big cars embarrass me. Sleek,
>>>>simply classic lines are irresistable for the full two minutes I will
>>>>pay attention while one passes. I drive a Honda because I don't have
>>>>to think about it. And because they always make one model in the
>>>>most gaudy color ~
>>>
>>> Hondas rule.

>>
>> Hondas rule!
>>

>
>
> Well, now. I really wonder where the hell this thread came from.
> alt.autos.honda does not generally have this sort of thing come its way
>
> But seeing as how I've somehow been drawn into a wide-ranging public
> primal scream, let me inject my own opinion (as a 16-year Honda owner,
> and as a man).
> A Honda is akin to a pair of sensible underpants (or just "pants" to you
> Brits): utterly essential, but you don't want to have to be made
> constantly aware of the thing while you wear it. If, instead, however,
> you fancy a thong made of sandpaper, buy a Ferrari.
>
> Have a nice day, wherever you are...


I couldn't have said it any better, Brother.
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ah
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Old 19 Apr 2007, 04:52 am
Phil Kyle
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On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 18:36:52 -0400, ah <splifingate@gmail.com> wrote:

>Phil Kyle wrote:
>> On 11 Apr 2007 04:50:19 -0700, "Holly" <noon_union@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>>On Apr 10, 11:10 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Holly wrote:
>>>> > On Apr 10, 8:01 pm, ah <splifing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> >> Holly wrote:
>>>> >> > MARION & MAURICE IN AIGUILLE
>>>>
>>>> > <snip>
>>>>
>>>> >> > In the end, the people of Aiguille handled well the media attention,
>>>> >> > the droves of tourists wandering through their streets, the
>>>> >> > unanswerable questions, the crass action figures of Marion and Maurice
>>>> >> > and the umbrellas that looked like cuttlefish that flashed florescent
>>>> >> > when opened. And eventually, no one knows how, when everything
>>>> >> > returned to normal it all just seemed like a small phantasmagoria.
>>>> >> > People in town said that every place experiences such an unusual event
>>>> >> > sometime in its history. Yes ... they all agreed ... a bit of
>>>> >> > phantasmagoria is normal.
>>>>
>>>> >> Type I, or Type S?
>>>>
>>>> > Sorry, I don't understand.
>>>>
>>>> I'm mortarfied.- Hide quoted text -
>>>
>>>
>>>Well, you have stumbled upon one of the very many subjects about which
>>>I know very little. I am all feel when it comes to noticing
>>>automobiles. I can tell you if I like the color and if the ride is
>>>smooth. I like them compact and swift and with a broad enough base
>>>that they take the curves well. Big cars embarrass me. Sleek, simply
>>>classic lines are irresistable for the full two minutes I will pay
>>>attention while one passes. I drive a Honda because I don't have to
>>>think about it. And because they always make one model in the most
>>>gaudy color ~

>>
>> Hondas rule.

>
>Hondas rule!


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