If you have a problem with the 2004 elantra where the passenger air bag
light stays on while occupied with an adult over 65 pounds then visit
www.elantraairbag.com and www.sshwlaw.com. Class Action lawyers are seeking
people with this problem for an investigation that will hopefully lead to a
class action suit to get the problem fixed.
And the reason you think anyone in an *Audi* newsgroup should give a
shit is ...?
It's bloodsucking spamming bastards like *you* that give auto
enthusiast lawyers like *me* a bad name. So kiss off.
(Don't care who hears)
[My apologies if this turns out to be a duplicate post. - CR]
I know exactly what he was thinking. He's 'prospecting' (to use the
marketing term; 'SPAMMING' to use the internet term) every marque
newsgroup he can for clients. I consider that contemptible; don't
you? It might be different if he were a regular poster or reader
here, but you can bet he's not only not following this thread, he's
not even reading this group. We won't hear from him again until his
law firm starts trying to cook up a class action against *another*
manufacturer. IMO, that's beneath contempt.
I wasn't having a bad day. He'd get the same sendoff on the best of
days. When others start instantly categorizing *you* because you
happen to share the same profession as a moron like that, then you'll
understand. I won't ease up because he deserves it.
(A true enthusiast who's still here ...)
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