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      08-13-2012, 10:43 AM   #1
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Fantastic................ Very true
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Fantastic................ Very true
False, you ignorant sheep. As usual, Gamoto starts a bogus thread, and you just pile on. The idea that democrats are the recipient of entitlements couldn't be more false. 91% goes to elderly, seriously disabled and working households.
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3677

Also, if any of you would use your brains instead of trolling the internet for silly pictures, you'd know that the states with the highest incomes are blue states, and the poorest states are all red states. Now, which do you think are getting more entitlements?

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False, you ignorant sheep. As usual, Gamoto starts a bogus thread, and you just pile on. The idea that democrats are the recipient of entitlements couldn't be more false. 91% goes to elderly, seriously disabled and working households.
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3677

Also, if any of you would use your brains instead of trolling the internet for silly pictures, you'd know that the states with the highest incomes are blue states, and the poorest states are all red states. Now, which do you think are getting more entitlements?

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False, you ignorant sheep. As usual, Gamoto starts a bogus thread, and you just pile on. The idea that democrats are the recipient of entitlements couldn't be more false. 91% goes to elderly, seriously disabled and working households.
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3677
Yes ass hole I am part of the 53% of that 91% that is 65 and up that has paid toward for those "entitlements" since I was 14 years old. Unlike the 20% on SSI that have never paid a damn thing or very little. When I have to go to the local Social Security office, I need to take a number. I sit there and I am the only person over 65+ in the room. When I ask the folks who take your information what gives. Their answer was they are just a glorified welfare office anymore. So until you get to my age don't take everything that Arloc Sherman, Robert Greenstein, and Kathy Ruffing says as fact. They spin a great story. And you search the internet until you find something that fits your idea of things.

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So MsPeasl, you would like Social Security and Medicare cut? You think those "entitlements" that you've paid into should be extinguished and replaced with coupons instead?

The hat photoshop is lame. At least if you're going to do a photoshop of something for a laugh, do it well.
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So MsPeasl, you would like Social Security and Medicare cut? You think those "entitlements" that you've paid into should be extinguished and replaced with coupons instead?

The hat photoshop is lame. At least if you're going to do a photoshop of something for a laugh, do it well.
Of course he does. He's got his, fuck those of us under 55 who have paid into the system for over 22+ years. We get the vouchers. Happy day!
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So MsPeasl, you would like Social Security and Medicare cut? You think those "entitlements" that you've paid into should be extinguished and replaced with coupons instead?

The hat photoshop is lame. At least if you're going to do a photoshop of something for a laugh, do it well.
Hey Mr XBlack it wouldn't surprise me if they replaced checks with coupons.

BTW: Don't hang the hat on me that belongs to the OP
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Of course he does. He's got his, fuck those of us under 55 who have paid into the system for over 22+ years. We get the vouchers. Happy day!
Unlike those of us that are to old to invest in a 401 you have time to do so. I suggest instead of investing in a entry level BMW you place your funds into one and buy a Chevrolet instead.
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Unlike those of us that are to old to invest in a 401 you have time to do so. I suggest instead of investing in a entry level BMW you place your funds into one and buy a Chevrolet instead.
I'm a BMW enthusiast, that's why I chose the 'entry level' BMW. Clearly you're not given your choice of wheels.
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Of course he does. He's got his, fuck those of us under 55 who have paid into the system for over 22+ years. We get the vouchers. Happy day!
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Unlike those of us that are to old to invest in a 401 you have time to do so. I suggest instead of investing in a entry level BMW you place your funds into one and buy a Chevrolet instead.

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I'm a BMW enthusiast, that's why I chose the 'entry level' BMW. Clearly you're not given your choice of wheels.
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I'm a BMW enthusiast, that's why I chose the 'entry level' BMW. Clearly you're not given your choice of wheels.
As a "enthusiast" (you use that term loosely) you are not looking at the big picture of your life and retirement. That additional 16k difference from a Chevrolet in a 401 will make you several thousands by the time you retire in 20 years. With no SS waiting for you the prudent person would buy the Chevy.

BTW: look at my garage about choice of wheels. Also there is a 57 Bel Air and a 47 Chevy Sport Master Coupe in that same garage.
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I guess I should sell mine and buy two then... lol...
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As a "enthusiast" (you use that term loosely) you are not looking at the big picture of your life and retirement. That additional 16k difference from a Chevrolet in a 401 will make you several thousands by the time you retire in 20 years. With no SS waiting for you the prudent person would buy the Chevy.

BTW: look at my garage about choice of wheels. Also there is a 57 Bel Air and a 47 Chevy Sport Master Coupe in that same garage.
16K will turn into 'several thousands'......oh BOY!! I can afford the good cat food when I'm 80! Educate yourself about the failure of the 401k plan to provide adequate retirement savings.

I bet in addition to your SS, you draw money from a private pension plan and more than likely have retiree medical supplemental insurance from a prior employer. You old guys have it easy, both during your careers and in retirement.
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A 128i owner is a BMW enthusiast?

I guess I should sell mine and buy two then... lol...
I know of at least 3 true BMW enthusiasts who got rid of their e92 or e92 M3s within 12 months of acquiring them.....about the only true M car right now is the 1M....now THAT's an enthusiast's dream car!
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I know of at least 3 true BMW enthusiasts who got rid of their e92 or e92 M3s within 12 months of acquiring them.....about the only true M car right now is the 1M....now THAT's an enthusiast's dream car!
I'd at least get the 135, not the 128. I know a few who have the 135 and say it's quite fun. Something about that N54. The N52 just seems slow to me, and I have driven the 328. I know the 128 is lighter, but I am just not a fan of that engine. To each his own though..

I love my M3, but if I had the money I wouldn't be against trying out a 1M. They are just way too overpriced IMO. Dealers marked them up like crazy. Definitely understandable though since there are so fewer of them than the M3.

Way OT, but considering the topic is just a stupid photoshop I don't think it matters...
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The N52 just seems slow to me, and I have driven the 328. I know the 128 is lighter, but I am just not a fan of that engine.
A 128 is quicker than any pre-2001 M3, and any pre-2006 3-series. Many of us who've owned the older models are perfectly happy with the performance, especially with 6 speeds and valvetronic. Plus, to some of us, real BMWs don't have turbos. It's the linear power delivery, combined with superior steering/ braking feel, that defines a BMW.

Good thing you weren't around when sports car enthusiasts were driving MGs, Triumphs, and Alfas. You'd have killed yourself.
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we have officially hit rock bottom....dispariging each other over the model of BMW that we drive...it's not like we are driving a MB or audi
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This!!

A person who purchases a $500 beater E30 can be a BMW enthusiast, a kid with a Z8 poster on their wall can be an enthusiast, a person with 7 BMWs and a track based E46 racer can be a BMW enthusiast too. No need to get all elitist on folks here.

Enthusiasm should be measured by how much passion you have, not how much you paid at the door to get in.
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This!!

A person who purchases a $500 beater E30 can be a BMW enthusiast, a kid with a Z8 poster on their wall can be an enthusiast, a person with 7 BMWs and a track based E46 racer can be a BMW enthusiast too. No need to get all elitist on folks here.

Enthusiasm should be measured by how much passion you have, not how much you paid at the door to get in.
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Calm down guys, just discussing a differing opinion, I'm not putting anyone down.

You can all get back to attacking each other on the Lib vs. Con thing if you prefer, lol...
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