I've seen that you are a regular participant on the list. Thanks very much
for your, understanding, forgivingness and for your support here. It's nice
having people like you on the list. Keeps people like me on my toes.
How does your comment about my misspelling Alfa have anything to do with
anything, other than sarcasm directed towards me (Damn it Jerry)?
Additionally, You said, in a separate post, sent at approximately the same
time, "Aw geez - can we put this one to bed"? How does this post of yours
"put it to bed"?
I and several other have obviously enjoyed this thread which does contain
LBC content. You don't have to read it you know. There's lots that I skip
and don't read and lots of other stuff miss-spelled on the list. I guess if
that was the measuring stick, many of us MG'ers ARE a "stupid NG owner" (cut
and pasted exactly as you typed it from YOUR response below). Are you going
to tell us now that was intentional?
Cool your jets. No big deal. We all screw up sometimes. If we didn't, BMC
would still be producing MG! And - Yes, let's do end this thread. It is
definitely going sour.
Carefully spellchecked this time.
Have a great weekend!
73 B Black Beauty roadster
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
Behalf Of WSpohn4@aol.com
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2002 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: Damn it Jerry!
In a message dated 6/21/02 7:31:21 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> Yes, most of the various Alpha models WERE a fun car to drive, even the
> sedans that I usually drove as a demo. They were impossible to keep
> reliably though. My memory has dimmed over the years but I DO remember
> the Alphas were so spindly and fragile
Maybe the guy was just pissed off that people couldn't spell 'Alfa' -
you were a stupid NG owner....;-)
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