Well jp thanks for the answer but my question was just a little sarcastic
question seeing as how the thread was getting a little off course of the
original question. I'm personally waiting for Hyundai to come out with a
super car the size of a 59' Caddy that only gets 3 1/2 miles to the gallon.
I of course cant afford the car let alone the gas for it but hell I dont
want to be the only person in the world thats not in debt up to my eyeballs.
I figured it out and my 34 room house will be paid for by the time my great
great great great grandson is about 137 years old but HELL I cant take it
with me and so far neither can he.
I'm sorry I'm just an eco-hugging,gas guzzling,diesel spewing,whale
loving, snail darter killing, liberal,conservative,democratic,republican
independent that thought this newsgroup was about people interested in
Hyundais. I'll go back to my 200 room house that has wind power and
solar heating and watch my big screen tv and quietly monitor the various
points of view being expressed while sitting in my boxers cuz the
thermostats cranked up to 80 degrees (I set it back since it's dark out
now). I will try to be totally off topic from now on.
Plague Boy wrote:
Naw, don't care none bout no Hyundais. Don't even know where 't
hell Hyundai is. Prob'ly bunch 'o turbo heads anyways. Fox News'l
have maps iffen we haveta invade to liberate them and there o-i-l.
Google fer my recipe for Spotted Owl stuffed with Snail Darters
Smoked over Old Growth Redwood.
"I suspect you're an arrogant little pissant who grew up in the
Red Bull generation." - CJW
Hey Steve whats up ? Hey just checked out yours craigslist advertizement
just got one question, what the hell are desert-watercraft toys ??? you
forget I live in the desert too and the only water we have comes ouuta the
bubblers for the plants................ not hardly anywheres big enough for
Yeah, but you will be happy with the Sonata. Its V6 version is one of the
smoothest powerplants I have ever heard in a car. Plenty of power and
beautiful to drive.
This is a car company that really needs to be watched. They seem to be
doing a lot of things right.
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