Keith Turk wrote:
> now son.. your not much of Hick speaker are you.... we may need a southern
> Hey Ya'll talk right now ya heeer....
> Keith Turk
> > From: Phil Vanner <email@example.com>
> > To: 'Herb_Goede@amsinc.com'; firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: RE: kaput!
> > Date: Thursday, April 22, 1999 12:46 PM
> > My very dear Herbert,
> > I thank you for pointing up our digression into phraseology of
> > questionable origin. It is indeed imperative that we maintain stringent
> > standards of linguistic rectitude, lest substandard Germanic or Asiatic
> > terminology find it's way into our discourse. Unceasing vigilance is
> > for in maintaining the highest levels of clarity and propriety.
> > Excruciatingly Yours,
> > Phillip J. Vanner
> > MCMLXI MG Midget
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Herb_Goede@amsinc.com [SMTP:Herb_Goede@amsinc.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, April 22, 1999 11:43 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: kaput!
> > List,
> > Although BMW has purchased the Rover Group I do not believe that the term
> > Kaput is appropriate for use in reference to an LBC - especially when it
> > a Lucas item such as turn signals. As owners of LBCs we must endevour to
> > use the correct terminology in our discussions. This is not limited to
> > such common terms as hood, bonnet and spanner.
> > In the future I believe that we should all endevour to use more
> > descriptions such as "my bloody turn signals are cocked up" or "the
> > on my wires are buggered" . (To our friends in the UK, please correct me
> > if I am incorrect in my British phraseology. You can also help out by
> > supplying more common phrases so we don't get redundant.)
> > Those of you using Japanese transmissions, alternators, etc. will have a
> > little more difficult time. You will first need to determine the country
> > of origin for the failing part before uttering the appropriate expletive.
> > Herb
Ya that's it Keith, y'all keep us straight down here, you no turning,
engine twisting,Hee-Haw looking chebby loving salt flatter.
ps. won't be able to see your Camaro run that weekend, will be driving
my new ride, a Nascar Pure Stock Camaro. Oops, that makes me a Hee-Haw
looking, chebby loving oval tracker, oh well, we all have crosses to