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  1. cmybimmer
    04-13-2018 02:48 PM
  2. cmybimmer
    10-20-2012 11:00 AM
    Nope, had finals that week :/ not many ppl i knew went this year so I wasn't bummed.. You go?
  3. cmybimmer
    10-19-2012 09:05 AM
    You no love me??
  4. cmybimmer
    02-24-2012 10:43 AM
    I live everywhere my friend! I live in the air around you, the plants next to you, the animals that you come across, the space you gaze upon at night.. I'm everywhere bud!
  5. cmybimmer
    02-19-2012 11:06 PM
    Oh wow I tell you hwat... Im glad you cleared that up because I have been looking at that term cross-eyed for the past 10 minutes! I came up with about 15 possible combinations of what it might have meant!

    Thank you son!
  6. cmybimmer
    02-19-2012 10:59 PM
    Sir Killjoy, to answer your inquiry, yes. After owning an e36 for 3 years, I have come to the conclusion that they are indeed at their prime when they are disassembled and not functional parked in front of your house. It makes sense if you don't think about it, but since you asked in a very kind manner I will explain a little. The E36 series BMW that were produced in the years of 92-99 hit the streets with a very impressive impression. Many people, including myself were struck with awe over the car. After I came around to becoming familiar with the engineering of the car, I soon realized the engineers of BMW that designed these cars have provided us with countless amounts of hints for why we shouldn't drive the car and why we should only take the shyt apart.. I mean, just look at the cooling system for example ().. the radiators are made out of plastic!! I mean, the quality is probably no better than the toy sailboat I bought that was shipped straight from China! After spending many sleepless nights trying to figure this out, it only made all the sense in the world for these cars not to be driven

    I hope I didn't ruin your appetite for the e36's, but I figure you should know since you were curious about the primal conditions of those cars. God bless.
  7. cmybimmer
    02-19-2012 10:08 PM
    Oh no worries, as long as i dont see the physical bullet cross our house, then we are considered safe. Although we hear gun shots on an almost daily basis, its fine since we don't witness it ourselves. Worry not, for it's an almost night and day difference of violence from the coordinates you have provided to where I actually reside .

    Also, a word of advice.. If you ever pass by the city of Petaluma, there is a farm-ish area owned by a pair of nice folks, but this kid that works there is a dyckhole.. I think he drives an e36 M as well, unfortunate that such piece of machinery is owned by such a douschenozzle .... Stay away from the mentioned kid

    Usama (I just walked in the hood)
  8. Killjoy
    02-19-2012 08:54 PM
    What hood are you a part of? I use to live in the Bronx, Oakland, Richmond, but I've heard the worst is in Vallejo. After much study, I have discovered that statistically the most hood area in the world is at coordinates 38.073805,-122.232889

    I suggest you make sure you are not near that area by inputting into Google Maps. You can never be too sure!!!

    Killjoy (my real name)
  9. cmybimmer
    02-19-2012 05:39 PM
    Hey Killjoy! Yeah, my name is Cmybimmer but I go by the name of Usama when I'm in the hood. I put the underscore there to look cool really. Hey bro, you should totally add me on faceback! My username is Cmy_bimmer/princesstuqan.

  10. Killjoy
    02-19-2012 04:36 PM
    cmy_bimmer- Is that your real name? I am confused as to how these USERNAMES work on this web of sites. Many of these people on here claim to use their real names but your name seems nonsensical. Will you please advise?

    Killjoy (My real name)

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