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Old 20 Oct 2004, 01:20 am
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So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've heard
the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and emotional
when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see, you
could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the side
of the road than I have seen Camaros.

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Old 20 Oct 2004, 12:38 pm
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98' Camaro wrote:
>
> So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've heard
> the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
> never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and emotional
> when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see, you
> could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
> ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the side
> of the road than I have seen Camaros.




Flawed logic.


A - Hondas in junkyards have hunderds of thousand of miles on 'em

B - Hondas far outnumber Camaros

c - Get a life!



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Old 21 Oct 2004, 06:48 pm
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funny...I have a broke Honda in my driveway. 1992 Prelude to be exact. The
previous owner toasted the tranny. Rack and pinion is shot, needs a timing
belt, a CV axle, and some brakes......

Ahhhh, my favorite Honda....a BROKE one!!! Makes me money, money money!!!

Previous Honda repairs..1994 Accord...transmission
1998 Accord...rear hub, brakes,

Oh, and my very favorite one...a 2001 Honda Civic, MOTOR CHANGE!!! sucked
water in through one of those fancy cold air intakes and bent a rod. Kept
on driving it until it grenaded the block

Remember...In Japan, Hondas are like Chevys....Everybody has or wants one.
Jest like in Britian...BMW's are like Chevys

Eightupman



"98' Camaro" <icruzn@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:23076-417603C9-54@storefull-3172.bay.webtv.net...
> So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've heard
> the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
> never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and emotional
> when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see, you
> could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
> ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the side
> of the road than I have seen Camaros.
>



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Old 21 Oct 2004, 06:53 pm
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"Grumpy au Contraire" <Grumpy@doofis.FAKEcom> wrote in message
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>
>
> 98' Camaro wrote:
> >
> > So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've heard
> > the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
> > never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and emotional
> > when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see, you
> > could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
> > ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the side
> > of the road than I have seen Camaros.

>
>
>
> Flawed logic.
>
>
> A - Hondas in junkyards have hunderds of thousand of miles on 'em


Collectively I'm sure
>
> B - Hondas far outnumber Camaros


In Japan

>
> c - Get a life!
>


Got one....

Bet you didn't realize the number of Japanese kids going through great
lenghts to aquire American Muscle cars (and VW Beetles) Bet if you were to
bring a Camaro...ANY year.....You will double double it's value if you sold
it in Japan.
>
> --
> JT
>
> Just tooling through cyberspace in my ancient G4



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Old 21 Oct 2004, 08:15 pm
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Eightupman wrote:
>
> "Grumpy au Contraire" <Grumpy@doofis.FAKEcom> wrote in message
> news:4176A34D.1A9A3E96@doofis.FAKEcom...
> >
> >
> > 98' Camaro wrote:
> > >
> > > So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've heard
> > > the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
> > > never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and emotional
> > > when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see, you
> > > could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
> > > ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the side
> > > of the road than I have seen Camaros.

> >
> >
> >
> > Flawed logic.
> >
> >
> > A - Hondas in junkyards have hunderds of thousand of miles on 'em

>
> Collectively I'm sure
> >
> > B - Hondas far outnumber Camaros

>
> In Japan
>
> >
> > c - Get a life!
> >

>
> Got one....
>
> Bet you didn't realize the number of Japanese kids going through great
> lenghts to aquire American Muscle cars (and VW Beetles) Bet if you were to
> bring a Camaro...ANY year.....You will double double it's value if you sold
> it in Japan.
>



Flawed logic again.

Keep the comparisons relevant.

The discussion here is modern tin, not vintage iron...

Sheeeeeeeeeesh!


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Old 21 Oct 2004, 10:05 pm
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"Grumpy au Contraire" <Grumpy@doofis.FAKEcom> wrote in message
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>
>
> Eightupman wrote:
> >
> > "Grumpy au Contraire" <Grumpy@doofis.FAKEcom> wrote in message
> > news:4176A34D.1A9A3E96@doofis.FAKEcom...
> > >
> > >
> > > 98' Camaro wrote:
> > > >
> > > > So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've

heard
> > > > the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
> > > > never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and

emotional
> > > > when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see,

you
> > > > could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
> > > > ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the

side
> > > > of the road than I have seen Camaros.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Flawed logic.
> > >
> > >
> > > A - Hondas in junkyards have hunderds of thousand of miles on 'em

> >
> > Collectively I'm sure
> > >
> > > B - Hondas far outnumber Camaros

> >
> > In Japan
> >
> > >
> > > c - Get a life!
> > >

> >
> > Got one....
> >
> > Bet you didn't realize the number of Japanese kids going through great
> > lenghts to aquire American Muscle cars (and VW Beetles) Bet if you were

to
> > bring a Camaro...ANY year.....You will double double it's value if you

sold
> > it in Japan.
> >

>
>
> Flawed logic again.
>
> Keep the comparisons relevant.
>
> The discussion here is modern tin, not vintage iron...
>
> Sheeeeeeeeeesh!
>
>

All right...you jest scored cool points calling it vintage iron, BUT I must
say that the logic is not flawed. If you got anyone you know stationed in
the military over in Japan, (my dad spent 4 years there, and have several
friend that were at Kadina) You will find my logic is right on...
NOW to caviat for a moment...there is probably one for one who would give
thier left nut to bring a J-spec Skyline back here to the US..........


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Old 21 Oct 2004, 10:16 pm
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Eightupman wrote:
>
> "Grumpy au Contraire" <Grumpy@doofis.FAKEcom> wrote in message
> news:41785FEB.AC58D19@doofis.FAKEcom...
> >
> >
> > Eightupman wrote:
> > >
> > > "Grumpy au Contraire" <Grumpy@doofis.FAKEcom> wrote in message
> > > news:4176A34D.1A9A3E96@doofis.FAKEcom...
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > 98' Camaro wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > So, Cosmin (and others,) my post hit a raw nerve? I'm sure you've

> heard
> > > > > the old saying "sticks and stones may break my bones but, words will
> > > > > never hurt me." Obviously, Honda owners get all uptight and

> emotional
> > > > > when someone casually points out how inferior Hondas are. Now, see,

> you
> > > > > could talk trash all you want about Camaros- and, quite frankly, go
> > > > > ahead, cause I've seen ALOT MORE Hondas in the junkyard and on the

> side
> > > > > of the road than I have seen Camaros.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Flawed logic.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > A - Hondas in junkyards have hunderds of thousand of miles on 'em
> > >
> > > Collectively I'm sure
> > > >
> > > > B - Hondas far outnumber Camaros
> > >
> > > In Japan
> > >
> > > >
> > > > c - Get a life!
> > > >
> > >
> > > Got one....
> > >
> > > Bet you didn't realize the number of Japanese kids going through great
> > > lenghts to aquire American Muscle cars (and VW Beetles) Bet if you were

> to
> > > bring a Camaro...ANY year.....You will double double it's value if you

> sold
> > > it in Japan.
> > >

> >
> >
> > Flawed logic again.
> >
> > Keep the comparisons relevant.
> >
> > The discussion here is modern tin, not vintage iron...
> >
> > Sheeeeeeeeeesh!
> >
> >

> All right...you jest scored cool points calling it vintage iron, BUT I must
> say that the logic is not flawed. If you got anyone you know stationed in
> the military over in Japan, (my dad spent 4 years there, and have several
> friend that were at Kadina) You will find my logic is right on...
> NOW to caviat for a moment...there is probably one for one who would give
> thier left nut to bring a J-spec Skyline back here to the US..........




Of course it's flawed logic if you know how to basically parse a sentence...


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JT

1931 Studebaker President State Coupe (Q4)
1955 Studebaker President State Coupe
1955 Studebaker President State Sedan - Almost done Daily Driver
1956 Studebaker Power Hawk - Long Time Fun Car - (Will be burial
container)
1964 Studebaker Champ P/U T-6 Long Bed - Daily driver
1983 Honda Civic FE Project
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