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Old 01-10-2003, 01:42 PM   #1
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Fight the Rice Plague @ http://www.cardomain.com/id/rice_plague

P.*. I am gonna be getting a 94-97 Bonny SSEI soon, amazing cars..
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Glad to see another anti-rice page. I SUPPORT IT!
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Dude there are some cars I hate just as much as the next but wow that site was pretty confrontational. I guess it shows how much you and many others dislike ricers. I totally agree with the clearance issue though I have laughed till i cryed watching those guys scrape the hell out of body kits on speed bumps. Now i know american cars can beat most japanese stock but what about the emergence of the 450+ hp integra'* or the civic type r'* against a new bonne etc. now that is a race i'd like to see.
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You know, I really hate the noise the ricers make, especially the wannabe'*. But this is America. Its all about freedom of choice. I don't need to have anyone convince me american cars are as good as almost anything out there these days.

The biggest problems with the hot-rodding community these days is the way people drive. This doesn't seem to follow any boundries as far as what kind of car you have. I'll spare you the "When I was a teenager" rap, but lets see what we can do about respecting the neighborhoods. No one cares how your exhaust sounds when you rev for no reason, nor do they particularly want to hear your rap music or classic rock, or dance mix, or whatever, played so loud that they can't ignore it or escape it. That crap'* just rude. And by the way, each and every traffic light isn't the starting line at the strip, ok?

Not to mention the crap people pull on the highway. Jesus. One inch clearance on all sides is simply not enough to squeeze your car through in a parking lot, let alone hauling *** at 80 on the interstate. Get some common sense, you'll live longer.

Ok, sorry. Rant over. I'm going to strap marshall stacks to the roof now, and some bumper car molding around the body and go kick some rice ***...
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