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    Quote Originally Posted by rob View Post
    Sorry about your car. What kind of car is it?
    it is a 15 year old holden commodore.
    it was a very common car in its day.....
    but they were not designed to last past 10 years.
    and now it very loose in all the wrong places.
    (you will know what i mean by that)

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    since we all past the end of the world, according to the myrian callendar.
    12/12/12.
    we an all hope the new age is better than what we have just passed through.

    happy 2013 to all who did not like 2012.
    and yes i am celebrating 2013 as of now.
    today is 5 days b3. (before 2013)
    (as opposed to bc or ad)

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.b View Post
    it is a 15 year old holden commodore.
    it was a very common car in its day.....
    but they were not designed to last past 10 years.
    and now it very loose in all the wrong places.
    (you will know what i mean by that)
    Hi Steve,

    Yeah, GM products tend to wear out sooner than later. I'm spoiled with my Toyota. It's a 1988 4WD four-cylinder truck, and it's still running like new after 240,000 miles. I bought it new in 88, and the only major mechanical thing I've done to it is to have a new clutch installed at 150,000 miles. And I had it re-painted, as 15 years in the desert had faded the paint.

    In regards to the new year, well, to say 2012 was bad from my perspective would be a gross understatement. 2012 brought the worst personal tragedy I've ever witnessed, so I am more than happy to let 2012 pass into history, and welcome 2013 as a new year possibly filled with hope and renewed happiness.

    I'm trying to leave behind the fear and anger that became such a part of who I am this past year. Will I succeed? I don't know. What I do know, is that I go into the new year with my head up and eyes wide open so I don't miss any of the good things that I hope will be ahead for myself, and for all of us.

    Since you are going ahead and celebrating 2013 now, I'm going to as well.

    Cheers!

    Rob

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