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Old 04-29-2010, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't know why people do this.

I guess it would be the same people that instantly throw on 20'' chrome rims and add 3 dvd players and 2 sets of 15'' subs to their "beemer".

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I don't know why people do this.

I guess it would be the same people that instantly throw on 20'' chrome rims and add 3 dvd players and 2 sets of 15'' subs to their "beemer".
Hey......was there suppose to be a pic or video?


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I don't know why people do this.

I guess it would be the same people that instantly throw on 20'' chrome rims and add 3 dvd players and 2 sets of 15'' subs to their "beemer".

When they buy the car with their money, they can do whatever they want to it.

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Damn, ya there was a picture. It looks like it didnt work for some reason.

I had clicked insert image, then the the url box popped up and I typed it in.

I also tried using the attach file method image file but it always tells me the size is too large to post.

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I don't know why people do this.

I guess it would be the same people that instantly throw on 20'' chrome rims and add 3 dvd players and 2 sets of 15'' subs to their "beemer".
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Stereotype Rant

Im not tryin to discredit anyone who has a BMW, (or any car for that matter), and wants to modify/add things in any way that pleases them.

Its a great feeling when you look at your ride and can be proud of it, knowing that you made it into your own unique car.

But in the example of the picture I posted, the "MONEY" badge on the back of that bimmer is only feeding the large stereotype of BMW owners. There's many people out there, that when they hear the word BMW, one of the first things that they think of is: rich, stuck up, yuppies.

And of course it doesnt help when some people openly try to flaunt the fact that they have a BMW, and go as far as to put the word "MONEY" on the back of their car, in an attempt to make others think "Hey, they must be loaded".

Its just annoying, cause it will always be this way.


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Im not tryin to discredit anyone who has a BMW, (or any car for that matter), and wants to modify/add things in any way that pleases them.

Its a great feeling when you look at your ride and can be proud of it, knowing that you made it into your own unique car.

But in the example of the picture I posted, the "MONEY" badge on the back of that bimmer is only feeding the large stereotype of BMW owners. There's many people out there, that when they hear the word BMW, one of the first things that they think of is: rich, stuck up, yuppies.

And of course it doesnt help when some people openly try to flaunt the fact that they have a BMW, and go as far as to put the word "MONEY" on the back of their car, in an attempt to make others think "Hey, they must be loaded".

Its just annoying, cause it will always be this way.


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Lots of good points. I wonder how many BMW owners (other makes as well) are one paycheck away from losing their vehicles.
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