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Go ahead punks, make my day . . .

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In the interest of board economy, I will retort to each post (as of this time) on the thread tman started:

tman: Just keep smiling.

rigmaster: The FCC says it's ok to use the F word.

punkspeed: Who has any feelings?

toby: I'm a punk too. At least it's not a P.A. bitch.

a_the_punk: So your dad put the A in front of the_punk.

ratt: Fuck the ol' man.

vince: Anyone who says "young fellows" is not a punk.

attenuata: Yeah, but I talked good shit. I'm so sorry.

jaycen: Yeah, J d'Narc. Nicht.

bigdog: Not enough blubber.

jerzy: You'll have to pop for your own cherry.

mattbarn: I'll donate 10 bucks toward your insurance.

toby: You must be retired.

Michael P: Just kidding. Both cars are very nice.

tman: Jeez, where do you guys get all the Alpina stuff?

matt p: You understand perfectly.

tman: And so do you.

harryPR: Close. When you see all these '02s with Alpina parts you'd think you could get 'em at WalMart. But you can't and it's irritating.

tman: What?

bigdog: Hey, I stole stuff from 2002AD too!

bryan: Two words -- Agent Orange.

dubois: So do I.

skipsfcr: Well Rajesh?

skipsfcr: Punks vs. punk-ass (your term). Not the same.

johnMcA: I don't have a garage for my '02.

Rajesh: Merry Christmas to you too. No '02 mercy though.

Delia: You deserve caps! Quite an astute post, and for those who might think Delia is sucking-up for whatever twisted reason, she has faced my P.A. wrath for her grill-badges and grass in her pics before, so she has better reason to rip me a new one than most of you. In fact I believe she did! Delia gets the first PDF CDR of the Phil Dermer 2002 race prep book I'm scanning, as her post makes the whole thread have meaning as I'm sure that whatever point, pro or con, she makes will have more insight than my own. My thanks.

dubois: Next time I'm in Hollister.

matthew cervi: What, you don't think that I know 2002faqers read e9coupe? Whether you like it or not, "dimples" is now part of the '02 lexicon -- and dimples exist on '02s. I believe we are having an exchange here, and not too many breaks either it seems to me. Tii arrogance once again.

timinmd: Because I'm curious. Oh yeah, punk is good.

harryPR: You gave them E30s.

matthew cervi: Ebay price eh?

al canuck: FLQ.

harryPR: Two.

jim s: Yes.

jaycen PNW2002: That's roundlight rear-ender envy.

al canuck: FLQ.

notsoimpressed: Are you experienced?

Jerry Curry: Careful, the '02 Police might hear you.

reborn 02: I love the conversation.

jaycenPNW2002: The only Canadians are in Quebec.

bigdog: This is the lounge:

jerry curry: Watch for Mothra.

al canuck: FLQ.

tman: Al makes the carpets out of hemp.

matthew cervi: Because it's so much fun to annoy you.

steve j: And didn't you?

mikeS: What part did they get you?

J71Sahara,J72Inka tii A4: Is that user name like an OBE?

mike: You never know.

steve j: If you wear an '02 you've dressed the part.

And so it goes . . .

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