Phil Ethier wrote:
> From: Gail/Sid deLeon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >D. G. maybe this will help in sorting out classes.
> >A sports car should elicit looks of disapproval from little
> >old men and there blue-haired wives in there luxury sedans.A
> >sports car should arouse envy in the sensible young couples
> >who drive sensible small sedans.A sports should get furtive
> >glances from really young men, who hope that there
> >girlfriends won't see you at all.Of course, a real sports
> >car will get all of the above,as well as totally unsolicited
> >lectures regarding how impractical your car is from Volvo
> >and Subaru owners you hardly know
> >Scott Fisher
> The four teenage girls in the econobox in a small town in Kansas, screaming
> and pointing and yelling how they loved my TR4, didn't hurt either.
> BTW, someone must have retyped this. I can't imagine a circumstance wherein
> Scott would confuse "there" and "their".
It's called being 60+
> Phil Ethier Saint Paul Minnesota USA
> 1970 Lotus Europa, 1992 Saturn SL2, 1986 Suburban, 1962 Triumph TR4 CT2846L
> LOON, MAC email@example.com http://www.mnautox.com/
> "It makes a nice noise when it goes faster"
> - 4-year-old Adam, upon seeing a bitmap of Grandma Susie's TR4.