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Old 11-24-2007, 11:09 PM   #11
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Is this the only thing you have to post productively on this forum?

I'd like to see you do this to an 87-99 Bonneville BTW.... Cuz I'm sure there is most certainly a UV Coating on the Lense....
Do what?
No offense, but you are what is commonly classified as a Troll. You post exactly the same stuff on 3 Forums (probably more) on the internet. Cut and paste, repeat and threepeat.

(Autopia, Lexus, and here). This is the definition of a troll. (modern terms, not mythological).

When we see a troll, we're usually quite skeptical, and typically turned off (frightened if we find that the troll in question lives under a bridge). There'* usually something behind it. There'* alot more to life than being fixated on headlight polishing, so if you have something to sell, just come out with it right away.

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On the one hand it seems like it would offer ultimate chip protection for a new lens but at what cost?
A look at the installation tools reveals costly proceedure.
What happens when this layer gets worn and faded?
Expensive tools? Try typical household items. A simple squeegee and xacto knife.
When it gets worn or faded, you peel it off and put on a fresh one.

Do you actually live under a bridge, or is that just a myth?
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Is this the only thing you have to post productively on this forum?

I'd like to see you do this to an 87-99 Bonneville BTW.... Cuz I'm sure there is most certainly a UV Coating on the Lense....
Do what?
I have seen your other troll posts on other forums... all about the same thing too...


And lets sum it up.... All of the 87-99 Bonneville and a Monster series Of GM cars through 96 Depending on the Body designation used Glass Head lamps... The only time I have ever seen one bad enough to need work was a lamp that needed to be replaced due to breakage.. Even at 200k they still look quite good.. No plastic head lamps on the Bonnevilles till 00+

So yeah I'm reallllly sure we have a UV coating on the lenses

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Bill i don't think its a Myth.... I think you just proved it

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I gotsta say it....

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[quote="willwren"][quote="Badmittn"][quote="jr's3800"]Is this the only thing you have to post productively on this forum?
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I started this thread about headlight cleaning which is my choice.
Another member introduced a new product which was their choice.
I found the product interesting. Is that a crime here?
I noticed the adhesive is $44.00 and you have to buy the protective layer in bulk.
In additional prep and application tools. Yes I think that is costly for one car.
What am I copying and pasting?
How many forums do you belong to that you can tell me how many I belong to and what I am doing in them?
Is there a limit to the forums you can belong too?
Is there a unit called the forum police that i should be aware of?
If so maybe I should contact them and report you as a stalker troll?
I never mentioned the year or the vehicle so your selecting a year and model that had glass lights was your own streak of genius.
Why don't you stop thrashing peoples posts? Don't like it don't read about it.
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Badmittn, I'm gonna tell you now, talking like that in this forum is not going to get you very far at ALL...

People may talk like that in other forums, and that'* fine, but if you've been here a while, you know talking like that, especially to whom you addressed that to, isn't tolerated very often.
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[quote="Badmittn"][quote="willwren"][quote="Badmittn"][quote="jr's3800"]Is this the only thing you have to post productively on this forum?
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I started this thread about headlight cleaning which is my choice.
Another member introduced a new product which was their choice.
I found the product interesting. Is that a crime here?
I noticed the adhesive is $44.00 and you have to buy the protective layer in bulk.
In additional prep and application tools. Yes I think that is costly for one car.
What am I copying and pasting?
How many forums do you belong to that you can tell me how many I belong to and what I am doing in them?
Is there a limit to the forums you can belong too?
Is there a unit called the forum police that i should be aware of?
If so maybe I should contact them and report you as a stalker troll?
I never mentioned the year or the vehicle so your selecting a year and model that had glass lights was your own streak of genius.
Why don't you stop thrashing peoples posts? Don't like it don't read about it.


Let me ask... Why are you here?

And go right ahead and report my A$$

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Badmttn, we've already found you on several other Forums, and on at least one of them, you weren't recieved very well. You were accused, in fact, of being a troll and spammer. Our entire Staff have been watching you since almost the very second you first posted. It'* a recognizable pattern, and we know the rest of the story.

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