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I have to vent. Do you think if you drove a pickup truck, and you were on a winding, 2-lane road in the country with no one in front of you, and you looked in your rearview mirror and saw 23 BMWs behind you, you'd feel compelled to pull over and let them pass? Especially when you really only want (or are able) to drive 10 mph under the posted limit (45 in a 55)....
Hmm this story sounds very familiar

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The guy in the truck knew EXACTLY what he was doing and was chortling to himself the whole time...

At least you had all those other beautiful Kentucky roads to drive on, right?
Don't you recall a similar story to that in C2C2 and C2C3.....remember what happened in both occasions to the person in the truck and person in the Honda Fit (respectively)? That's right!
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No doubt the... uhm... woman in question... no doubt she knew what she was doing but felt so entitled that she didn't care. Hypersensitive, because somebody called her out.

I will now temporarily suspend my dismay at your SO for eating fries in the car.

But only temporarily.
Fries in the car!!! I didn't see that in Kat's post! Not unless it was his Mercedes.
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Fries in the car!!! I didn't see that in Kat's post! Not unless it was his Mercedes.
Don't even get me started about what I found (and vacuumed out) when the indy had the passenger seat of the Mercedes out for a faulty seat mat sensor.....

Regarding his having fries in the car: There was the day that he had my car because I had taken his to the mechanic and when I got home from work I needed to put something in my car. When I opened the driver's door that was the first thing I smelled!

He claims he kept the bag sealed and didn't eat any fries in the E93, and I didn't find any crumbs or grease spots, but the lovely smell of freshly conditioned leather was certainly disrupted.
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Don't even get me started about what I found (and vacuumed out) when the indy had the passenger seat of the Mercedes out for a faulty seat mat sensor.....

Regarding his having fries in the car: There was the day that he had my car because I had taken his to the mechanic and when I got home from work I needed to put something in my car. When I opened the driver's door that was the first thing I smelled!

He claims he kept the bag sealed and didn't eat any fries in the E93, and I didn't find any crumbs or grease spots, but the lovely smell of freshly conditioned leather was certainly disrupted.
Speaking of being fussy, I'm thinking of buying a box of these booties for passengers with dirty shoes...they're not expensive. I've had it with mud and dirt being tracked onto my passenger floor mats...people are so inconsiderate. I don't think this would be too much to ask.
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The last time I had to pick up Chinese food in my car, I sealed it in a 5 gallon drywall bucket. I am NOT kidding. ('Worked like a charm, btw.)
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Speaking of being fussy, I'm thinking of buying a box of these booties for passengers with dirty shoes...they're not expensive. I've had it with mud and dirt being tracked onto my passenger floor mats...people are so inconsiderate. I don't think this would be too much to ask.
You allow people to wear shoes in your car?
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The last time I had to pick up Chinese food in my car, I sealed it in a 5 gallon drywall bucket. I am NOT kidding. ('Worked like a charm, btw.)
That admission makes me feel a whole lot better about putting the take home pizza in the trunk.
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Pizza is one mile away. I put it in the trunk. When I get home, I leave the trunk open overnight. It works.
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(I have spent part of the last few years exchanging nonsense with certifiably wackie people.)
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(The other shoe just dropped...what does that make me?)
Somebody who doesn't want life to be boring.
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Somebody who doesn't want life to be boring.
Let's see, I'm adding a 60' long stream to the Koi pond, I'm putting in central air, I'm building a deck on my son's house, I'm babysitting my infant grandson whenever I can, I'm tearing up my paved driveway and redoing it in Belgian Block, planning a historic baseball parks excursion with my 17 year old grandson (HS grad), ...nope, not bored.
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You're too busy.

Not me. I just sit around, watch soap operas, and eat bonbons. I'm tired just reading that list of things you're doing.
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You're too busy.

Not me. I just sit around, watch soap operas, and eat bonbons. I'm tired just reading that list of things you're doing.
LOL, like heck, you'd come to my house to relax. I cannot believe everything you've done at your place! I mean who has espaliered fruit trees!? And built 21 column wrap around farmer's porches? And a rain water reclamation system? And a 4 season sun room and a balcony and custom woodwork in every direction and a woodshop bigger than my house, and a freakin' tree house that not only looks like a medieval castle, it's the same size as one! And those are only the things I noticed in the first five minutes. My list would look like a layabout's compared to yours.
And you're on the town planning committee too?

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Let's see, I'm adding a 60' long stream to the Koi pond, I'm putting in central air, I'm building a deck on my son's house, I'm babysitting my infant grandson whenever I can, I'm tearing up my paved driveway and redoing it in Belgian Block, planning a historic baseball parks excursion with my 17 year old grandson (HS grad), ...nope, not bored.
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LOL, like heck, you'd come to my house to relax. I cannot believe everything you've done at your place! I mean who has espalliered fruit trees!? And built 21 column wrap around farmer's porches? And a rain water reclamation system? And a 4 season sun room and a balcony and custom woodwork in every direction and a woodshop bigger than my house, and a freakin' tree house that not only looks like a medieval castle, it's the same size as one! And those are only the things I noticed in the first five minutes. My list would look like a layabout's compared to yours.
And you're on the town planning committee too?
Once again proving "if you want something done, give it to the busiest person in the group.

(I'm feeling like a bit of a slackard right abuot now.)
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Once again proving "if you want something done, give it to the busiest person in the group.

(I'm feeling like a bit of a slackard right abuot now.)
I'm also feeling like a couch potatoe (Dan Quail spelling) right now, so I've gone on a house and yard cleaning spree to overcome the guilt thrown in this direction. A bird house project next week for the teeny homeless Finches in my neighborhood. I'm even going to clean my ancient Blunderbuss (this has a familiar ring to it).
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LOL, like heck, you'd come to my house to relax. I cannot believe everything you've done at your place! I mean who has espaliered fruit trees!? And built 21 column wrap around farmer's porches? And a rain water reclamation system? And a 4 season sun room and a balcony and custom woodwork in every direction and a woodshop bigger than my house, and a freakin' tree house that not only looks like a medieval castle, it's the same size as one! And those are only the things I noticed in the first five minutes. My list would look like a layabout's compared to yours.
And you're on the town planning committee too?
Don't be so easily impressed: Porches are just rebadged Verandas.
(Hmm, on second thought maybe I have that backwards...?)

As I probably am the token layabout of this group at the moment, I am going to keep quiet rather than share my projects list and remove all doubt.
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Let's see, I'm adding a 60' long stream to the Koi pond, I'm putting in central air, I'm building a deck on my son's house, I'm babysitting my infant grandson whenever I can, I'm tearing up my paved driveway and redoing it in Belgian Block, planning a historic baseball parks excursion with my 17 year old grandson (HS grad), ...nope, not bored.
It must be my high comfort level among wackos.
Sounds like a lot of work to me.


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Pass me some
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Ms. Audio and I were invited to a BMW event at Bouley Test Kitchen (David Bouley is a world class chef who has several 5 star restaurants) in Downtown Manhattan. They sent a chauffer driven 7 series to pick us up and bring us back. The food was amazing and the 7 Series is a wonderful car.

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Ms. Audio and I were invited to a BMW event at Bouley Test Kitchen (David Bouley is a world class chef who has several 5 star restaurants) in Downtown Manhattan. They sent a chauffer driven 7 series to pick us up and bring us back. The food was amazing and the 7 Series is a wonderful car.

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Well CaptainLaDeDah, tell us about the food! Old world, nouvelle, nouveau, edible?
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Ms. Audio and I were invited to a BMW event at Bouley Test Kitchen (David Bouley is a world class chef who has several 5 star restaurants) in Downtown Manhattan. They sent a chauffer driven 7 series to pick us up and bring us back. The food was amazing and the 7 Series is a wonderful car.

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Well CaptainLaDeDah, tell us about the food! Old world, nouvelle, nouveau, edible?
Don't forget to discuss portion size. On the left coast, current trend is for portion size not to exceed what can fit on a half-dollar footprint. Pricing, OTOH hasn't shrunk commensurate to portion size. If anything, pricing has increased as portion size has dropped. Something about perceived value proposition.
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Here is the menu.

Portion size was generous but not excessive.
There was an open bar including wine and champagne.
I have no idea what the cost was since we were guests.

The food was excellent.

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LOL, like heck, you'd come to my house to relax. I cannot believe everything you've done at your place! I mean who has espaliered fruit trees!? And built 21 column wrap around farmer's porches? And a rain water reclamation system? And a 4 season sun room and a balcony and custom woodwork in every direction and a woodshop bigger than my house, and a freakin' tree house that not only looks like a medieval castle, it's the same size as one! And those are only the things I noticed in the first five minutes. My list would look like a layabout's compared to yours.
And you're on the town planning committee too?
Folks, I would like to just point out that DSX here tends to exaggerate.
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