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I've decided to have a discussion about my signature, which will soon change, so here it is for now:

There is no man so good, who, were he to submit all his thoughts and actions to the laws, would not deserve hanging ten times in his life. -Michel de Montaigne, essayist (1533-1592)

What say you, ya bunch a sissies! I probably earned myself at least one hangin' today when I drove the XLR. Man, that traction control arrives early and stays way late. The automatic shifts like lightening, though. Nice for an auto. Drives like butta. Anyway, my signature....
 

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It's a great quote.... what are you going to change it to?

I am sure I would, in this scenario, deserve a good piece of rope.


And I drove an XLR on the road track at the texas motor speedway in ft. worth. It was amazing. did you know that the floor pan is made with a Balsa wood core to reduce noise?

I have one on the showroom floor right now!
 

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cadillacricket said:
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And I drove an XLR on the road track at the texas motor speedway in ft. worth. It was amazing. did you know that the floor pan is made with a Balsa wood core to reduce noise?
The balsa wood floor started with the Corvette didn't it? Isn't the XLR and C6 Corvette something like 70% the same? While they're not built on the same production line, they're practically built side-by-side in Bowling Green, no?
 

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His name does have a T in it. It is the first letter of his last name: Twain! :)

Otherwise, no T.

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The balsa wood floor started with the Corvette didn't it? Isn't the XLR and C6 Corvette something like 70% the same? While they're not built on the same production line, they're practically built side-by-side in Bowling Green, no?
Yes, and yes....
 

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Definitely no T
 
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