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I'm off to buy a 4x4

Sales go into reverse as gas-guzzling 4x4s become 'socially unacceptable' - Scotsman.com News
Expensive, gas-guzzling cars like 4x4s are becoming socially unacceptable – unless you're a farmer.
Edmund King, the AA president, said: "The recent cold and icy spell tested many drivers. AA insurance saw claims climb by 100 per cent, but there weren't many by 4x4 drivers, who tended to stay on the road."
Corinne Evans, of Friends of the Earth Scotland, said: "It's good to see the brakes put on 4x4 owners' relentless quest to trash our climate. Perhaps the school run can now be done in somewhat more sensible vehicles – or, even better, on foot."

I think it is time to look for a bargain....

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Corinne Evans, of Friends of the Earth Scotland, said: "It's good to see the brakes put on 4x4 owners' relentless quest to trash our climate. Perhaps the school run can now be done in somewhat more sensible vehicles – or, even better, on foot."

Or perhaps, Corinne, you could just shut your ugly, tofu-breathed mouth and mind your own bleeding business, you statist, unscientific, sanctimonious strumpet. Geesh, what a cow.

On Australia Day weekend we went to Fraser Island, strictly 4 x 4s, the wife's gas-guzzling jag and my even more gas-guzzling turbo-charged V6 would be bogged within 100m of the ferry. So we drove down in our gas guzzling 4 x 4 with friends in their gas guzzling 4 x 4 and had a magic weekend of off-roading, gas-guzzling and alcohol consumption, very much in excess of government guidelines. If you want to engage in a relentless quest to trash Corinne's climate, you've got to be serious about it.

Every time some neo-Puritan moron like Corinne Evans opens her mouth, I have a powerful urge to set fire to a mound of car tyres.

Upon my return to our sceptered isle in amonths time I plan to bargain for the biggest 4x4 I can...fuck em!

You guys rock! If only more sane people (not many left these days I'm afraid) would speak out against these left-over hippies from the '60's...the world would definitely be a much better place. Now I feel the need to drive my classic '87 Jeep Comanche 4x4 pickup. Bye!

Larry, USA
http://www.4-the-love-of-jeeps.com

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