Well, at least chuckleheads like you provide peripheral entertainment.
So, tell us. Exactly whose ass *have* you kicked around here? No
prevaricating now, you made the claim, so give us the names and dates,
then we can all look it up in Deja/Google and see how smart you really
C'mon, you can do it.
As do idiots such as yourself who seem to react with excessive
negativity to any criticism of their beloved brand of motor vehicle.
Since you asked nicely, I've posted a link below. Note how Jeffy
exits the thread (i.e. runs-away with his tail between his legs)
without withdrawing his claim we were "both wrong", even though I made
no errors and he made at least two quite egregious errors.
What, that's it!? Just the old "troll" cop out?
No ass-kicking? Where's the legendary ass-kicking <snork> Dizzy gone?
Did he ever exist outside of your own imagination? Do tell.
Meanwhile, creep back into your mother's basement with your tail
between your legs. You've got nothing. Your bluff has been called.
I'm sorry, but if want an ass-kicking, you'll first have to say
something really stupid.
Like, for example, when Jeffy Strickland claimed that the 328's motor
had "about 30% more torque" than the 325's motor, despite it having
only 12% more displacement. <snork>
For a really memorable ass-kicking, like what Jeffy got, you have to
say something phenomenally stupid. For example, when, in the same
thread, Jeffy Strickland divided 328 by 325, and found "actually less
than 1%" difference, as if THAT had anything to do with the torque of
the motors! <SNORK SNORK SNORK>
Of course, if you're as much of a "man" as Jeffy Strickland is, you
can move beyond "idiot who just got his ass kicked" and continue-on to
"dishonest asshole" territory. For example, when, in the same thread,
Jeffy Strickland claimed that we were "both wrong", in spite of me
being absolutely correct and him being egregiously wrong on at least
It's all right here, and to this day he will not admit that I was
right and he was wrong. That tells you a lot about his character.
I had to laugh. (sorry). I've found that response is BMW's standard answer
for just about anything that goes wrong with their cars when they don't know
how to fix it.
"It's meant to be driven", they say. LOL
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