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Re: Audi Widow(er)s
Twisted, but that assumes that the people on this list act and think
rationally as defined by the majority of the population... In other
words: I think it's perfectly rational.
>Portia Loeks again. I had never before considered getting an Audi
>(sp?), but, in keeping with the Audi chassis, I can only think of three
>places for one: my forehead, chest, or rear end. Mike refuses to
>"Neanderthal's" defense, he has taken very good care of our family
>was put on bedrest. Having said that, let me tell the following tale:
>The red Audi (his) has Fuchs wheels. The gray (mine) does not. As
>the gray car's wheel bearing was fixed, the red car developed an
>leak. So my Audi fanatic TRANSFERRED THE FUCHS WHEELS FROM THE RED CAR
>THE GRAY CAR FOR THE FEW WEEKS THE RED CAR WON'T BE OPERATIONAL. What
>you think, normal or twisted? Vote early and vote often.
>Thank you for listening.
Let's see, how to put this . . . Okay . . .
"It's entirely commensurate with [being part of] the lunatic fringe."
Who, me? Um . . . nolo contendre! (But, as I always say: "Anything worth
doing is worth doing to excess!")