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Old 04-05-2008, 07:46 AM   #1
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My name is pizzaguy, and I'm a speedaholic.

Are you a Serial Speeder?

Do you suffer from the irrepressible need to drive really fast all of the time?

When the speed limit is 65, and traffic is flowing 80, do you find yourself weaving in and out at 110?

Are you unable to drive behind other vehicles without feeling oppressed by their inherent slowness?

Do you get your jollies by curling the big toe on your right foot on the interstate?

Do you have a traffic court attorney on speed dial?

If so you may suffer from owning a Pontiac Bonneville SSEi.

If you suffer from Serial Speeding, then Serial Speeders Extrememe intervention support group may be for you.

Please post and tell how you cope with Serial Speeder'* issues.

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I don't suffer from it.


Suffering is a negative thing. I actually ENJOY my condtion.
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getting rid of my radar detector slowed me down, believe it or not.
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getting rid of my radar detector slowed me down, believe it or not.
It didn't seem like it helped ya anyway
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Went in for an AM shift today and damn but I had that whole last mile before my exit all to myself.

I need HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EELP!!!



Even driving the Volvo hasn't cured me.

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Please post and tell how you cope with Serial Speeder'* issues.

sell the SSEI and buy a pick-em-up truck
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Please post and tell how you cope with Serial Speeder'* issues.

sell the SSEI and buy a pick-em-up truck
if you get a v8 and single cab, it wont help you any.
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Please post and tell how you cope with Serial Speeder'* issues.

sell the SSEI and buy a pick-em-up truck
Blasphemy!
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Best way to help stop Serial speeding is to buy a Hybrid. It takes 11 seconds to 60 MPH in a Prius. Some of you guy'* have SSEi'* that do the 1/4 mile in almost the same time
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I went and got a 4 cyl..

Wait that'* not right

I'll say this, In my bonnie I didn't have the urge to keep the foot down forever, The fact it ran out of steam around 60 helped IMO. Now the GTI.. well, I WANNA GO FAST
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