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Old 04-16-2005, 01:14 PM
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I wash my cars on a weekly basis. In the summer time I wash every 4 days. In the winter months I wash once every two to three weeks with frequent hose downs between washes. No matter my BMW's or my G35coupe I always kept my cars clean!
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Old 04-18-2005, 01:45 PM
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Was it really neccessary to resurrect this 1 1/2+ year old thread when there's already a "how often do you wash your car" thread like right below??

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=94011

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Was it really neccessary to comment on my resurrection? I'm getting really sick of people's negative comments on this forum. Keep it to yourself or get some help. I didn't realize I had to go by Jonathans rules...what are they anyway?

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Old 04-18-2005, 02:59 PM
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Was it really neccessary to comment on my resurrection? I'm getting really sick of people's negative comments on this forum. Keep it to yourself or get some help. I didn't realize I had to go by Jonathans rules...what are they anyway?
Dude, relax... it was just a question. At the time this thread was resurrected, the most popular thread in the forum was on the same subject and still going strong. I was just wondering why this one was brought back as well.

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Old 04-20-2005, 03:00 PM
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Dude, relax... it was just a question. At the time this thread was resurrected, the most popular thread in the forum was on the same subject and still going strong. I was just wondering why this one was brought back as well.

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It's hard to relax when it seems like everytime I post anything I get jumped on. It may seem harmless to you when you write it..but maybe if you read what you've written back to yourself and see if it sounds like "just a question." If you are just posting a question directed at me doing something that you thought was wrong...then say that...don't add sarcasm. I guess this forum is way more complicated than that. I use this forum for enjoyment and relaxation, but to get waylayed each time I express an opinion is not enjoyable, it's annoying. Yes I am sensitive to remarks..I believe there is a kinder way to communicate..especially in posts and emails. Directions in print don't have facial expressions and intonations so what you may be writing could be completely harmless in your mind but condescending to the intended. Constructive criticism all the way around. truce for now.
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