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Old 02-25-2013, 01:46 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I'd much rather watch Fast N Loud than that damn Graveyard Carz. Worman is a jackass and I'm amazed anyone can work with that know-it-all
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Look at Aaron. How can anyone be surprised he doesn't like mustangs? He's clearly a traditional prewar hotrod guy. That's his thing. How many people on here like 30s rods? That guy has tons of talent. He just applies it to cars mustang guys tend to not favor. Who cares? I'd still watch fast n loud over most other car shows.
You are right. However, I never said he was not talented and I do not expect everyone to like Mustangs. The guy is great at what he does. I was just saying he should keep insulting comments to himself. It's Ok to say you do not like Mustangs. I just think for him to say people who do have no taste is insulting IMO.

I'm not offended and could care less. I'm still going to watch the show. I was merely making a comment.
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Old 02-25-2013, 02:52 PM   #47 (permalink)
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I'd rather watch Fast n Loud than Graveyard Cars. Who wants to watch a show where all they do is show fussy, whiney shop drama, not to mention nothing but Mopars.
Yuk!
Now, bring me some more of the outfit in Miami with the ugly dude and his super hot, stacked wife, Robin. Wowzer
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I'd rather watch Fast n Loud than Graveyard Cars. Who wants to watch a show where all they do is show fussy, whiney shop drama, not to mention nothing but Mopars.
Yuk!
Now, bring me some more of the outfit in Miami with the ugly dude and his super hot, stacked wife, Robin. Wowzer
Look closer at her face. Looks like some bad plastic surgery gone wrong.
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Old 02-25-2013, 03:11 PM   #49 (permalink)
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Face? She has a face??
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Old 02-25-2013, 03:34 PM   #50 (permalink)
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Do you know how long it took me to cross reference current tv shows with auto-themes that are produced in Florida

Actually, not all that long, (yay internet)!

I believe this is the face of which they speak:
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Look closer at her face. Looks like some bad plastic surgery gone wrong.
Why do they misspell "Cars" as Carz? Our poor children are gonna grow up so stuupid.
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