View Poll Results: 599, Yes Or No..

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Thread: Your View of the 599?

  1. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    Without the nonsense, the threads wouldn't be anywhere near as fun or as interesting.

    I know of a certain forum, topic witheld, that closes threads after the questions has been answered. Nothing else.

    There is no banter, there is no amusement, there is no fun.

    The aforementioned forum has 4 regular members, we have over 5 times that in moderators alone.

    Coincidence? I think not we come here for information and a good dose of fun.
    this thread was a poll where you can state your opinion on the 599. I saw quite a few other things.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    this thread was a poll where you can state your opinion on the 599. I saw quite a few other things.....
    What's wrong with divulging? There are still plenty of opinions on the 599; look in the voting numbers. Then it divulged into objectivity of looks. Is there a problem with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    What's wrong with divulging? There are still plenty of opinions on the 599; look in the voting numbers. Then it divulged into objectivity of looks. Is there a problem with that?
    someday you may understand.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    someday you may understand.....
    I do understand perfectly, I just think that having the bare bones is like cooking potatoes just by boiling them.

    Thin about it this way:

    What would you rather have? Boiled potatoes, in clear, unsalted water. Or...

    Finest New Jersey potatoes, slow-roasted in rosemary with thyme and olive oil hinted with lemon. Crushed sea salt with black pepper sprinkled over them, cooked slowly until they're crisp and golden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    I do understand perfectly, I just think that having the bare bones is like cooking potatoes just by boiling them.

    Thin about it this way:

    What would you rather have? Boiled potatoes, in clear, unsalted water. Or...

    Finest New Jersey potatoes, slow-roasted in rosemary with thyme and olive oil hinted with lemon. Crushed sea salt with black pepper sprinkled over them, cooked slowly until they're crisp and golden.
    I would like to have potatoes that stick to the subject
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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    I do understand perfectly, I just think that having the bare bones is like cooking potatoes just by boiling them.
    No you don't. Though I went along with you guys this time, we must understand it can't be like that always. We've had this discussion before. It's nice to have 3 or 4 jokes, but we can't make pages of nonsense inside someone's thread (unless it was meant to be a nonsense one). It's disrespectful for the person who opened it.
    We can still say stupid things in the (too) many threads you guys open about random and absurd themes.
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    If it's all bout the looks:

    599 looks rather purposeful; less flare. Yes, Jap-like

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    hilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll yes!!!! i'll take 599 anyday,if you're one of the girls that said "NO" TO 559.....Well, you should go and buy your self an "{Mini"} LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuattroMan
    if you're one of the girls that said "NO" TO 559.....Well, you should go and buy your self an "{Mini"} LOL
    What's a 559?

    I said no to a 599. I think it's horrible. I like the Mini Cooper S...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    What's a 559?

    I said no to a 599. I think it's horrible. I like the Mini Cooper S...
    I agree with you, Sam. It's not a good looking car. Though, the performance compensates for it's looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    for not so well informed members the thread contains a number of posts that are not very stimulating to continue visiting the forums.....
    I quite agree.

    It does seem that UCP has lost a number of its more engaging members, and more and more threads are reduced to ultimately meaningless interchanges between one or two members.

    This isn't MSN, it is a car-forum, and yet it seems that even in this thread alone less than 1/3rd of the content is actually discussing a car
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    very coool car

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    I'm not really sure at the moment. I haven't taken a proper look at it yet.
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    I'm a bit of a fan of it. With the styling of it, well, my opinion of it changes all the time, but in the metal, it's not too bad. I think it's got some presence and there's just something about it.
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    yea all the way

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