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Old 04-27-2006, 12:31 PM   #21
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there is no such thing as having your music to loud or such thing as blarring the wrong music
as long as you like it and love how it sounds in your car it doesnt matter
I agree...though I keep getting funny looks for blasting Dolly Parton while driving a purple Plymouth Neon.
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there is no such thing as having your music to loud or such thing as blarring the wrong music
as long as you like it and love how it sounds in your car it doesnt matter
I agree...though I keep getting funny looks for blasting Dolly Parton while driving a purple Plymouth Neon.
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Ack, I forgot my most embarrassing music moment. I was having a MISERABLE day of work and it felt like everyone was on my tail. I cranked up "Take This Job and Shove It"...and had my boss walk in...

Thank God he just laughed...

So far the AC/DC funeral still takes the gold...
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Ack, I forgot my most embarrassing music moment. I was having a MISERABLE day of work and it felt like everyone was on my tail. I cranked up "Take This Job and Shove It"...and had my boss walk in...

Thank God he just laughed...

So far the AC/DC funeral still takes the gold...
tis true but if you think about it at my dads funeral he wants me to play "spirit in the sky"
both during the memorial and in the funeral line
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In Daytona we have BCR that comes once a year (look it up online to see exactly what it is if you don't know). Anyways, I was stuck in standstill traffic going across one of the bridges...all kinds of rap music going on. So I thought to myself that my system had to have been the loudest of them all and so I put my tuner to....country music. Got lots of attention that time
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there is no such thing as having your music to loud or such thing as blarring the wrong music
as long as you like it and love how it sounds in your car it doesnt matter
until you get a ticket/warning for a noise violation or public disturbance.
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Oh I can't beat any of those stories, but recently I was driving some of my classmates around. We're all friends and whatnot, and "Settle for A Slow Down" came on my CD player. I don't really care for country so much, but I do like Dierks, and I was singing to for a bit before I realized what was going on (singing in my car is a habit. If you ride in my car you have to put up with my singing). Well I was a little embarrassed about my song and my singing, so I stopped, whatever. Pretty soon I realized that I was back to singing, and so were all of my friends. By the time I parked my car all four of us were singing "Like We Never Loved at all"...it was the best!
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there is no such thing as having your music to loud or such thing as blarring the wrong music
as long as you like it and love how it sounds in your car it doesnt matter
until you get a ticket/warning for a noise violation or public disturbance.
Who cares.... i had 3 six mafia loud as can be this morning, i parked my car with the windows open with the song going... there were tons of old "mall walkers" by me and the words that played in the song was, die n*g*a die, lol it was weird
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the only time I get embarrassed when playing music is when my bumper rattles. I HATE that.
ANNNNTTTT wrong answer.

Rob gets really embarassed as we are driving across PA at night on the way back to my place. He says something into the two way radio and my response is "Too hot in here"? He replies.."uh...yeah...." as I hear the music being turned down because he got busted. Next song for him was probably "I'm too sexy for my shirt" lol
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the only time I get embarrassed when playing music is when my bumper rattles. I HATE that.
ANNNNTTTT wrong answer.

Rob gets really embarassed as we are driving across PA at night on the way back to my place. He says something into the two way radio and my response is "Too hot in here"? He replies.."uh...yeah...." as I hear the music being turned down because he got busted. Next song for him was probably "I'm too sexy for my shirt" lol
That would have applied then, now its "I'm too fat for my shirt"

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Who cares.... i had 3 six mafia loud as can be this morning, i parked my car with the windows open with the song going... there were tons of old "mall walkers" by me and the words that played in the song was, die n*g*a die, lol Embarassed it was weird
you also dont have 300 watts of front speakers and subs that have some more wattage to them
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