From: J. Hugh Sullivan <>
Subject: Re: should I consider the corvette zora?
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From: (J. Hugh Sullivan)
Subject: Re: should I consider the corvette zora?
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2017 16:51:36 GMT
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On Thu, 9 Nov 2017 15:52:52 +0000 (UTC), CtrlAltDel<>

>On Thu, 09 Nov 2017 06:51:32 -0800, Some dued wrote:
>> So he proves he's a fool who had money?
>Ugh, you are missing the point and widely. The "point" is that perception 
>matters a whole lot.  The perception is that you are a more well rounded 
>and intelligent individual who has made better decisions in his life than 
>the person in the less valuable car.

Perception only matters if they can afford you.

>To highly successful, fully metropolitan, extremely motivated people, 
>these things matter.  These vehicles serve as a gateway to their very 
>souls and hearkens back to our more primitive times when the caveman with 
>the best and longest stick got all the cavebitches.

Yeah, Sam Walton drove an old red pickemup.

If show is all one got, he ain't got much.

Fly under the radar and watch for the surprised look when you kick
t'em in the testicles.


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