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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Well-Known Member

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    Wait until you're in NY. When is the happening, btw? My heart will be warmed knowing you are close.
     
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    Not heading there now. Next trip is Vegas in late April/early May.
     
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  3. patrickBOOTH

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    Fucking tork screws!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :fu:
     
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    Haven't started yet. Waiting for the g/f to get out of work.
     
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    pB is no doubt worked up because of the Knicks dishing and swishing right now.
     
  7. patrickBOOTH

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    The Knicks? Are you serious? Sports are for children and poor people. I used to be interested in sports then my dad got a job.
     
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    Lesson for millenials: never underestimate the power of denial.
     
  9. GreenFrog

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    Lesson for idfnl: never underestimate the power of Audi quattro and bigfoot (and stickers).
     
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    Why the fuck can't companies spend the extra 0.0000000001 cent and put a fucking sticker on their product that comes off easily.
     
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    patrickBOOTH Well-Known Member

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    Because millenials are in charge of such things.
     
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    Fucking true that. Although its traction Greeny, not power. Understandable error from a BMW guy.

    For brother Sasquatch, I shall be vindicated.
     
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    There is artistry, excellence and nuance and sports. I'm entertained.

    Also, Phillip Seymour Hoffman disagrees.
     
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  14. patrickBOOTH

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    There's all of that in my nuts too.
     
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    Sports keep more guys from doing a Sandy Hook than anything in existence.
     
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    Well, "power" as an abstract concept for superiority by virtue of said-traction (how violently did your balls tingle by my aforementioned statement?).

    Understandable lapse in understanding from, well, you.
     
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    Seriously. +1
     
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    Hmmm, you don't understand what 'power' is. Power in automotive terms is horsepower, which is an engine's ability to hold engine speed in the face of resistance. The slang for torque is grunt, neither relates to a drive-train's ability to transition that horsepower to 2 or 4 wheels.

    If you are using power in the generic sense, then you're another millennial that can't use terminology in proper context. A car with less power and better traction can have more 'power' in the millennial sense than the reverse. If this is what you mean than I'll give you a pass for your handicap. But FYI, torque is an engine's ability to accelerate, power, an engines ability to maintain speed. Brake horsepower is the measure of an engine's horsepower before the loss in power caused by the drivetrain. Wheel horsepower is what actually makes it to the axle. At this point tire traction, the road and other factors are considered.

    It's ok bro, your complex is generational. Try listening. There is no such thing as an abstract sense of power, its a contextual sense. In both instances well, you, are wrong.
     
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  19. GreenFrog

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    Leave it to idfnl to out-idfnl himself.

    Bravo, sir.
     
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    For those under 30, this is the definition of a millennial reply.
     

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