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Tough choice.............

Discussion in 'ex-Rag Chew Central' started by KC2IFR, Apr 28, 2012.

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  1. KC2IFR

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    What do u think??????
  2. K8ERV

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    Cheaper maybe, but more fun?

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
  3. WF7A

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    The car will also appreciate with age, too.
  4. W4HAY

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    Get the car. Then you can attract all kinds of the other.
  5. N8CPA

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    Insufficient information. Let me see the undercarriage.
  6. KB4QAA

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    Let's get a Spectrographic Oil Analysis before things get too hot and heavy in this relationship! The things you find out can be so important.
  7. K8ERV

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    Perfect response.

    Didn't know you were that smart.

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
  8. AB2T

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    Misogynist and tasteless. And so, what did I expect?

    Perhaps you might be more interested in this:


    A comfortable ride for less than $3000. Plenty of room for strollers, shrubbery, IKEA tchotchkes with unpronouncable faux-Finnish names, all the debris of family life. If you buy the automatic, make sure that you never encounter an incline steeper than 5%.

    Financial planning? No, beware the biological imperative!

    73, Jordan
  9. AF6LJ

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    You know I am really quite shocked.


    Has asked to take both out for a test drive to aid in making their decision.
  10. K8MHZ

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    Yep, you can get WAY more hot chicks with a hot car than you can get hot cars with a hot chick.
  11. K8MHZ

    K8MHZ Ham Member QRZ Page do I put this.....let's just say that the car can't fake performance and appeal......:cool:
  12. WF7A

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    ...and you'll always know it'll be a tight fit in the car.
  13. K8MHZ

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    Ah, no......the ones that want to hang around want the person. The good ones are in such high demand they have no reason to hang around.

    It's just as well. The good ones are also very high maintenance and seldom affordable even if you do your own labor. Considering that, I could see how the scale could be tipped one way or another if only looking for a short term investment.
  14. K8MHZ

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    Very astute observation on your part, Rich.

    I had to think about that for a minute....but when I did, I realized that the fit will get tighter in the car the older I get and that is likely not the case with the chick.

    Thank you for bringing that to my attention.
  15. 2E0OZI

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    I'll take a motorcycle.
  16. K8MHZ

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    Have you checked out any of the new electric bikes yet?

    40 thousand USD will get you a sport bike with a 150 mile range and a top speed of 218 mph. And costs about 2 cents a mile (or less) to ride.

    Google 'Lightning electric motorcycle'. The only gas bike that can beat the Lightning is an 80,000 USD Ducati. I'll take a Lightning over a Lambo any day!!
  17. NY7N

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    Anyone who thinks the car will be cheaper in the long run has never owned an Italian car. :cool:
  18. K8MHZ

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    Well, if you can't afford either one and the comparison boils down to years instead of miles, factoring in resale value, I tend to think the car would be cheaper.
  19. KA9JLM

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    I never did like Silicon parts, but they do seem to last long.
  20. KK4AMP

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    The "have your cake and eat it too" fallacy is based on the concept that their can be only one cake.


    ...and for you portal fans, the one cake is a lie!
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