Billy Dee Williams
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5/9/13
11:34 PM
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I grind my coffee with a Hario Mini Mill. I own a Bodum Brazil french press, a Bialetti Moka pot, a Bialetti Mukka pot, a Saeco Aroma Espresso Machine, a Cezve (Turkish Coffee Pot), a Vietnamese Coffee dripper, and a $19 Hamilton Beach Drip Maker

Consistently, my favorite is the drip and it is the most convenient to

5/9/13
12:04 PM
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Too many SUVs and Wagons listed. Come on amigos, we all know the answer is a British Racing Green Miata

5/2/13
12:50 PM
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Alexis Zorba: Damn it boss, I like you too much not to say it. You've got everthing except one thing: madness! A man needs a little madness, or else...

4/29/13
6:21 PM
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I don't even understand what you are getting at. You're glad that it ruined the design of the car? Can't you just admit you were wrong for assuming that I think the 260z 2+2 is ugly instead of going on some tangent I don't even understand? I think you are saying that 2+2's and Coupe-like sedans end up being

4/29/13
1:52 PM
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I too love the 2000GT. Its an infinitely gorgeous car. I do see a strong link between the 2000GT and the 240z. The 240z looks a lot like the production version of a concept car which would be the 2000GT. In fact I heard conflicting reports that

4/29/13
10:34 AM
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Beauty is always going to be in the eye of the beholder but notice how I didn't call it "ugly", I said it wasn't "executed correctly". These 2+2's destroyed the lines of the S30 by making a very angular rear whereas something like the Jaguar E-type 2+2 preserved the lines of its original car even though that looks

4/28/13
11:07 PM
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I think he might be referring to the 260z but I'll agree, I personally hate the 280zx. It looked way too 80's ugly futuristic.

4/28/13
3:33 PM
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I always thought the 2+2 look in the 260z and forward were never executed correctly until the 2nd gen 300ZX.

4/15/13
1:26 PM
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You're mistaken if you think one experience of mental toughness (childbirth) can apply to everything.

4/15/13
1:09 PM
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Giving birth has nothing to do with having the right mental toughness to drive an F1 car. You're confusing general "Mental Toughness" to apply to all fields.

Man can serve overseas in war and when he comes back to finish his degree, he can have a nervous breakdown that isn't PTSD related when exams and quizzes start

4/15/13
1:03 PM
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Lots of theft. I would also assume rape but the Dubai Police do not disclose crime statistics.

4/13/13
2:00 PM
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Theres a difference between maintenance-reliability, and mechanical-reliability.

Mechanical reliability is stuff like engine ignition coils going bad, MAF/Throttle bodies needing to be replaced/cleaned. O2 sensors needing to be replaced or the car doesn't function. Engine misfires. Engine Knocks/Pings. Fuel filters

4/13/13
1:49 PM
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A friend's dad has a 1993 SE-R for quite a while but it got stolen and chopped up in 2004. He never seemed to have any problems with it except for the weatherstripping going bad but he loved that car.