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QUOTE O’ THE DAY
"It is not possible to continue infinite consumption and infinite population growth on a finite planet.”
-- Michael Ruppert, WSJ, 4/11/09
evilgenius wrote:Wow, that's cool, I'm in Denver too. I can vouch for the really cheap prices seen around here in '08 for muscle cars and trucks. Many had for sales signs on them for prices way below what the blue book said.
AgentR11 wrote:I just don't get why all those folks who are obviously economically stressed, would choose to feed a toy that furthers enhances their economic stress! Then they make a derisive comment about bicycles, as if they would die horribly if they rode their bicycle to work. A very different mindset I suppose. Gonna suck to be them at $10/gal gasoline.
Muscle Cars used to be popular when I was a kid
Really. What's the point? You can't even go muddin' in them.vision-master wrote:an those things will go on the wayside like the Model T's have.
Muscle car's, Boomer's last wet dreams, overpriced old junk.
Not coincidentally when the Japanese compact invasion began in earnest. In 1966 I convinced my dad to buy a Mercury Comet Caliente (hot!) with a small bore 8 cylinder engine (289cu). In the early 1970's my tastes changed (I became a conscious human ) and I got my first car--a piece of sh#t Opel Kadet. Never looked back. The classy girls (~"snookie") wouldn't be caught dead in them, they were for "greasers," Jersey Shore Guys. (The "Situation" oils himself while gazing on their visage.) Funny thing is Muscle Cars morphed into Muscle Guys in the 1980's. Kinky stuffMaddog78 wrote:Still a lot of lust out there for '65-'71 muscle cars.
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