>In the summer, on Martha's Vineyard, I live on a 1.5 mile dirt road. Some
>type-A's drive as fast as they can, treating every bend as an obstacle, every
>crest as a jump-off ramp, every caterpillar as a target.
I think it's the TV commercials make them think that is how the luxury
sedans are supposed to be driven. It wears them out faster and you have to
replace it sooner. Just like they show a big fat long blob of toothpaste
on the brush when a little dab'l do ya. And how about those slathered up
"great balls of cuuuum-fort" when your whiskers are only a micro nanometer
Dan Becker, Exec. Dir. Much like the Lorax who speaks
Raleigh Historic for the trees
Districts Commission I speak for the buildings and
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