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Posted by News on January 30, 2011, 3:48 pm
 
On 1/29/2011 10:21 AM, Michelle Steiner wrote:

Oh, really, Cocoa?

I do in fact support iPhones -- and their fanboi users.  Far too much.

And I tolerate those who refuse to get it, here and there.  Far too much.

Posted by Michelle Steiner on January 30, 2011, 8:00 pm
 


If you knew half as much about the iPhone as you think you do, you would
know ten times as much as you actually do.

But please continue to display your ignorance both here and there; you do
provide comic relief.

--
Tea Party Patriots is to Patriotism as
People's Democratic Republic is to Democracy.

Posted by News on January 30, 2011, 8:40 pm
 On 1/30/2011 3:00 PM, Michelle Steiner wrote:

As do your lame replies.

Posted by News on January 30, 2011, 3:45 pm
 On 1/29/2011 9:32 AM, Bruce Richmond wrote:

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no surprise

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Hardly.  Your ignorance speaks for itself.


Check the record.  I make NO claims on Prius.

Definitely an expert on tire pressure and its effects on vehicle
dynamics, which you will learn one way or another, probably at great
personal expense.  Remember to drive it all the way through the crash.

If an when the Prius v is available and found suitable, I won't be
sub-optimizing it and endangering others -- as you have chosen to do
with yours.

Posted by Elmo P. Shagnasty on January 28, 2011, 12:04 pm
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Not directed to me, but I'll take this one:  when I got my 07, my
choices were that, a Malibu, or continue to drive my own car and get
reimbursed.

Yes, mine is a company car (and it's a nice bennie, saves me money).  
Sight unseen, without having so much as sat inside one, I chose the
Prius.  And for comfort and driveability, I know I made the right
choice.  It's amazing that you can acquire a Toyota sight unseen and
know you won't regret it for ergonomic reasons.

Before getting it, I read up on it--extensively.  I've forgotten more
about it than most owners will ever know.  (That's OK; it's documented
somewhere.)  I got it on a Wednesday; by 11am that Saturday it looked
like this:

http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/528/11936907.jpg

That was the result of installing the Lockpick, so I could plug in my
satellite radio.  Having access to the front screen was a fun bonus, but
I never played with it after validating the Lockpick installation.  No,
my car doesn't have the AUX in to the radio; fleets buy the no package
cars, cars that don't exist in the wild on dealer lots.

I didn't get one to play a rolling video game or to save the earth or
anything like that.  So, mine is JUST A CAR.  As such, I give it no
excuses--it must *be* a car.  The climate control is on, making ME
comfortable.  I get tires that are appropriate for DRIVING, not for
playing a rolling video game.

So play your rolling video game on your own time, on your own roads, and
get the fuck out of the way of the driving public.

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