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re: Pin Drop

>Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 06:46:37 -0400
>From: Lee Levitt <wheelman@shore.net>
>Subject: re: Pin Drop
>Phil Rose <pjrose@servtech.com> writes:
>>>From: "Osman Parvez" <oparvez1@nycap.rr.com>
>>>Subject: Pin Drop conclusion [200q]
>>>P.S. I have become oversensitive to every sound my 200q makes. For instance,
>>>at 70mph with the radio I always hear it when a rear seat passenger taps the
>>>window switch. My response is often a lecture on the ease of failure of the
>>>$25 switches, and a polite request to stop.
>>You mean they operate their window switch to the beat of the music? Is this
>>a common sign of the lobotomized-by-MTV generation?  Suggestions: (1) turn
>>off the hip-hop, or (2) equip passenger area with wooden spoon and
>>Tupperware bowl. (Also useful for 2 yr-old grandchildren).
>I'm with Osman on this one. When I hear my kids flicking the window switch
>in the back, it's all I can do to bite my lip and keep my mouth shut...I
>know that each of those switches has X number of cycles in them, and while
>X is a relatively small number, I don't know what it is...nor do I want to
>find out...and each tap represents a significant portion of X!

Gosh Lee, I took your advice and now am very forthright with the hangers in
my closet. But if it's too late to modify your kid's behavior with the
spoon and Tupperware bowl, you can skip the bowl and just reach back and
give 'em a whack with the wooden spoon. :)

Phil Rose				Rochester, NY
'89 100 (For Sale, 111K, automatic)
'91 200q				mailto:pjrose@servtech.com