Re: [DMCForum] totally off topic -- Happy happy!
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Re: [DMCForum] totally off topic -- Happy happy!



Im 15 and I already secured my DMC-12 Vin #1930.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Walter Coe 
  To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 12:36 AM
  Subject: Re: [DMCForum] totally off topic -- Happy happy!


  > But seriously. ;) Try to be glad you guys actually have your cars to
  > bicker over. I'm still saving for mine ... I can't even get in on the
  > arguments! :\

  This reminds me of a line in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.  I can't quote it
  exactly, but speaking of cars, Ferris said to Cameron, "I have to envy
your
  POS."

  Well, don't feel too bad.  My D has been sitting for about 2 months
while I
  get around to putting the a/c back together.  I had it almost done
earlier
  but then the evaporator suddenly sprung a leak.  I'm so disgusted and am
  busy just trying to exist let alone work on my car.  I have more fun
working
  on anyone else's car.

  I'm on my 3rd beer on an empty stomach, so I'm feeling REALLY good.
Group
  hug!  :-)  And BTW speaking of Dodge Dart, my first car was a '71
Plymouth
  Valiant.  It was a slant-6, but I always referred to it as a scant-6.
Every
  time I stomped on the gas to race someone from a red light, it would
stall!
  And if I turned right too fast, that would make it stall again!

  Ah, beer. :-)

  > "You're" is a contraction for "YOU ARE".

  A cagle exercise is also a contraction.  :-)  Now where did I put that
door
  bell switch?
  Oh darn, I just tried to look up "cagle" in dictionary.com and found
  nothing.  Also nothing for "kagle".  Anyway, this guy was a doctor who
came
  up with an exercise to help women have babies or to keep from wetting
their
  pants afterwards.  Hence my reference to the door bell remote.  And
thinking
  of stainless steel, has anyone seen any of those double-ended cagle
  exercisers that were real popular in the mail order magazines in the
'80s?
  I'm eager to collect cool things made of stainless.  :-)  Ah, beer.
It's
  the perfect excuse: I was drunk.  And on the day I bought my DeLorean I
  noticed an unusual sensation when my fanny first touched the seat.  It
was
  quite arousing.  Was that just latent energy?  I'm going to go sit in my
car
  and find out.

  Walt


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