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Old 03-21-2007, 11:59 PM   #11
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Yeah...I guess you guys are right...and just to clear things with My buddy, what he was trying to say is when we were in school together, we would take his car on a road that was a very...Hilly? (full of hills) Anyways...several times, we would bust triple digits on these hills and...yeah...you could imagine the rest.... and thats why he thinks that the extra power would probably get me a little too throttle happy and it could get ugly.... I did total a 99 Eclipse Turbo in october....(Now that was a slow car).

Im most likely not get the car just because my dad doesnt want to help me with the down payment n stuff...besides.... he says he doesnt want me dead yet....
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Ahh, to be young again.

The crazy things I've done in vehicles would probably make you




No, I'll save the stories for the campfire.
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Old 03-22-2007, 12:35 AM   #13
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Ahh, to be young again.

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No, I'll save the stories for the campfire.
LOL...I got some stories for you as well. But.. i too will save those for the campfire. Lets just say im lucky to still have my life

And Yes, to be young is an amazing thing, not to say that having age isnt marvelous, I just think that you cant get old without living your young years to the fullest.
And its different now a days. It always has been, the way "we" were raised is much different than the way our parents were raised, and this applies to everyone..I hope... This is because of the technological advances that every generation brings with it.
And as parents, we have to learn that a lot of things that appeal to our children, might not appeal to us, and we have to realize that this happens because we were raised in an entirely different era. But, a lot of parents are too stubborn, and, thanks to genetics, so are their kids.
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i have still yet to drive an SSEi :(

i gotta find one for sale and test drive it!
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i have still yet to drive an SSEi :(

i gotta find one for sale and test drive it!
Organize a MI meet or come down to NEBF. it'* a shame to not know the SSEi feeling.
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Yes, the feel of a 2000 is great, I highly recommend somone drive one at least once in a lifetime.
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