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Old 07-04-2003, 12:24 AM   #51
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I think we are done here.

Anyone has a prob...PM me.

LS1...I thought you were bigger then this vulgar of that nature is not tolerated.
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Old 07-04-2003, 02:39 AM   #52
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I missed the vulgar, thanks to Jim.

Let'* all remember that everyone'* definition of 'rice' is not the same.
For future reference (cuz I have 6 gold stars and you don't), rice is NOT all-inclusive. From this day forward (yes, I'm drunk) rice (on the Bonneville Club) is officially considered any cosmetic or ridiculous mechanical attempt to make a car look, sound, or seem faster than it could possibly be. And we all swear on our owner'* manuals to remember that there are some pretty impressive cars that come from the land of the rising sun.


Kudos to Jim and Murdock for dousing the fanned flames. Next time we have rice, keep in mind the 'new' and 'official' definition of 'rice'.
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