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Old 03-11-2003, 05:15 PM   #1
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What'* the deal with Pontiac owners? I can't drive anywhere without some chick in a Sunfire or Grand Am trying to show forth a little power in front of me. Even old b!tche$ in Grand Prix'* and Bonnie'*! What'* wrong with people? Sure it provides me with hours of smoking tires and afterburn, but its kind of sick. Which brings me to another problem. Since I bought my Bonnie, I've caught the Pontiac disease! HELP! I see some creep in a Sunfire GT(why make a Sunfire GT?) and I do my best to make sure he will not race a SSEi again. And Grand Am GT'* make me even more angry. These cars are driven by young ladies, who swear their cars are made of pure rocket fuel, and drive around with their noses in the air. They pull up next to a person, pretend they don't see them (especially if it'* a guy), then do their best to beat them off a light (how sorry). At least most Grand Prix and Bonneville owners (late year models, mostly) have some respect for their fellow P Clan members. Thats because they are usually older than the average kid or stuck-up b!tch, and can actually afford to buy one. Has anybody else noticed this sick problem before, or am I insane all by my self?
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Where do you live??? No one here races unless they drive rice.
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Janesville, WI. Lots of rice here too. I don't mean organized street racing. I mean spur of the moment crap.
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There'* a lot of Chicks here that drive pontiacs, but none ever seem to race. Oh well i'm probibly one of the younger bonnie owners too. i'm just 19. I love my bonnie. lol. all i have to say is mmmmmmmm rice tastes good.
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I understand where you're coming from. Here in Mankato things are like that but only when college pukes are here. Most of them are driving what mommy and daddy bought for them, they don't know what it is to buy a vehicle with their own money.
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The young teenboppers drive Sunfires and Grand Am'*, The 20-40 year old range drive GTP'*, the 40-60 range drive Bonnies, and the very sexy hot chicks that I wanna....uhhh....well they drive Trans Ams
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The young teenboppers drive Sunfires and Grand Am'*, The 20-40 year old range drive GTP'*, the 40-60 range drive Bonnies, and the very sexy hot chicks that I wanna....uhhh....well they drive Trans Ams
Don't lump everybody together I know quite a few riders on this site that are in the 20-40 range and drive quite amazing bonnevilles, and like my self when on the street prefer to do this to sun pos drivers
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I'm 19, believe me I know what you mean.

I just "gerneralize". LOL
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I'm 22 and just got my first bonneville (dude gave it to me for 12, 500 because he bought a new truck!), I understand the sudden bursts of immaturity(thus kill stories) that everyone goes through. This is the nicest vehicle I've ever owned, and the first car (was a Ford man and only drove trucks). It feels good to finally pay for something this nice with hard earned cash. That sense of pride does cause me to eat as much rice as possible, but it also teaches me to respect others who sweat for their rides, young folks and older. Here'* to all Bonne owners out there, and to those who work for what they got
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I understand where you're coming from. Here in Mankato things are like that but only when college pukes are here. Most of them are driving what mommy and daddy bought for them, they don't know what it is to buy a vehicle with their own money.
I also don't like the fact that mommy and daddy just give their kids a Sunfire(SunPOS) GT... I don't get it... Why don't the parents just give them the family junker and say drive this... If you want another car you have to earn it...

There was this girl that turned out to be a good friends, friends friend... My self and my good friend got into an accident and it was her fault... Come to find out she had just turned 17 and mimmy and daddy had just bought her a Caviler Z24... It turns out this was the 3rd car she has wrecked... She totalled the other 2... So why would any parent get their kis a brand new car???

Damn, I had to go out and get a job and earn my cars... Thats why I know to take care of them so they will last... I now have 2 bonnevilles and no payments... And am looking at houses... I learnd the value of a hard earned dollar when I was 16 and in high school.. I think these kids need to know what it is to bust butt to get that money..

The girl almost flipped the car, and then nailed my friends car.. she did a 180 degree turn going 60 mph on a rain slicked road and knocked us off the road... She was lucky... Hope she learned her lesson that day.. That was 6 years ago... I feel old...
Wow, if you think thats bad listen to this.
I'm in high school and I'm 17. I got my grandpa'* bonnie when I was 16, because he is 91 and too old to drive. I thought I was the luckiest guy on the planet when I got a car because other wise I probably would not have a car.
Anyways my high shcool has probably the richest people you can find. This one guy, his parents bought him a brand new car for his 16th birthday. But it wasn't a sunfire or a cavalier, he got a brand new Audi A4 (the one with a turbo). Early this year he totaled the A4 pulling out of school. He slammed that car into a rail on a bridge on campus (it was solid steel and concrete).
Well only like 2 or 3 weeks later he was driving again. His parents got him another brand spankin' new Audi A4.
It gets worse. Most kids at my high school drive new Jeep Grand Cherokees and many drive BMW X5s. And I have a million more stories like that one.
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