What do you own ferrarichika?
Welcome to the boards ferrarichika ;)
so do you own a Ferrari?
yo ferrarichika :mrgreen:
hey, what's up? I'm definitely really new and just wanted to say hey. I like to talk about cars, racing, music, or whatever. I love cars, cars and cars. Oh, did i mention I love cars? Anyway, catch ya later!
no, i don't own a ferrari, however, i would love too! :D
i don't own anything right now. i'm looking around. seen anything good for sale?
Get the new Dodge Neon SRT-4(turbo) or you can wait and get the new Saturn
Red Line (Super)
I own a 99 Sl2 and It has 165k on it and I have not had any problems.
hey whats up
2fast4all wrote -
"Get the new Dodge Neon SRT-4(turbo) or you can wait and get the new Saturn Red Line (Super)"
ferrarichika didn't even say what kind of car that she's looking for and yet you tell her to get the Dodge Neon SRT-4 or the Saturn Red Line. Most people wouldn't buy a new car anyway. You don't even know what her budget is etc. etc roll
I am also new, and I also have an obsession for cars. Cars are my life. I'm a car nerd, so to speak.
Then welcome abroad bro!
hope you enjoy your stay......... 8)
hey guys, just want to say hi and welcome to mini cooper! Yeah, there is definitley no way i'm buying a new car, especially a saturn or anything american, unless it is the dodge ram w/hemi. i want sowething foreign. i'm thinking about a 300zx. does anyone have anything bad to report about them? anything that would be of concern? thanks.
Ferrarichicka, since this is the Off Topic section please explain something
to me. What exactly does your quote below mean? I know it's written by
Victor Hugo for Les Miserables.
"Succeed- that is the advice which falls drop by drop from the overhanging corruption."
well, basically it's saying that the "overhanging corruption", or people
similar to peer pressure, is putting on people's heads that you have to be
successful. In Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables", it is stated in a part of
the book describing the priest, monseigneur bienvenu's life. Here, it is
used to describe the state that society had fallen into, thus giving a
reason for the priest's isolation. he kept himself isolated, so as to not
be influenced by the corrupt, or ill-minded people. here is a passage from
the following paragraph. hopefully it will explain better.
"In passing, we might say that success is a hideous thing. Its false similarity to merit deceives men. To the masses, success has almost the same appearance as supremacy." See, it's saying that people are believing something and are pressuring people to achieve that isn't entirely ture. I hope that helped. i saw it theproductionon broadway and thought it was magnificent! thanks for asking! have a great day! :)
I think that people are misunderstanding the definition of success. A successful person is someone who reaches their goals. Because most people are corrupt, their desires are to be rich and powerful. A rich and powerful person is generally what corrupt people define as a successful person. A man who's always wanted his own loving family and close friends and gets what he's always wanted is successful. There's nothing corrupt about a man wanting to make enough money to be able to give large amounts to the needy while keeping modest amounts for himself and achieving it.
Well yes it did. You can tell alot about a person by the way they interpret that sentence. That being said, in my book you're a-okay. I already knew snoope was.
You're okay too vwhobo 8) although I was just joking about that hug lol
Thank you, vwhobo. i hope that i have gained a friend. snoopewite, i thoroughly agree with what you said about success. thanks for your replies!