Ah but the difference is a supercharged PA can accelerate away from a shower
of latte, while an Englishman has a hard time refusing Grey
From: REwald9535@aol.com <REwald9535@aol.com>
To: Lawrie@britcars.com <Lawrie@britcars.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Saturday, April 10, 1999 8:07 AM
Subject: Re: Movie Review
>I was going to reply that the SUV crowd doesn't know what Grey Poupon was,
>but then I gave it some further thought. I agree that the risk of Grey
>Poupon is there, but the risk of Muffie throwing here double latte is
>No guts no glory
>In a message dated 4/9/99 9:34:29 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>> And risk having a jar of Grey Poupon thrust at me?!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: REwald9535@aol.com <REwald9535@aol.com>
>> To: Lawrie@britcars.com <Lawrie@britcars.com>; email@example.com
>> Date: Friday, April 09, 1999 8:45 PM
>> Subject: Re: Movie Review
>> >If you do this (wall Phone in the PA). Please do the following, when
>> >pull next to the SUV and get their attention by "answering" the phone,
>> >and say "It's for you old chap"
>> >Rick Ewald
>> >In a message dated 4/8/99 10:14:19 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>> >Lawrie@britcars.com writes:
>> >> Fortunately, I still have a big collection of 8-tracks from the days
>> >> surfer-van had the over-the windshield console with 21-channel CB
>> >> 8-track player...........
>> >> I also have an in-car 8-track player (yet to be installed in my
>> >> courtesy of a kind lister who took pity on my age and antiquity!
>> >> My dream, though, is to build a scaled down replica of the old-style
>> >> wall-phone (the wooden box with a mouthpiece mounted on it and an
>> >> on the end of a wire), equip it with a really loud ringer which I
>> >> operate with a knee-switch, then install this in my 1934 PA. Can't
>> >> pull up by an SUV with a cell-phone-toting driver, have my phone
>> >> then "answer" it..........
>> >> Lawrie