I ate my wafer...

12/05/2005

Current non-productive thoughts:

I'm reconsidering my current, post-law school, plan to buy a diesel liberty, perhaps it would make more sense to buy something more 3-season and keep the GMC around for bad weather. It wouldn't be practical, but it would be cheap and fun. Then again, a convertible roadster is a bit redundant given my existing, and currently under complete restoration, summer fun vehicle.

13 Comments:

  • I think the Liberty looks more "you" ... but what do I know ... I voted for full beard. ;)

    By Blogger TheAmber, at 12:45 PM  

  • Heh, you just want to make me look like "a biblical character". Right now, the beard discussion (including conversations in person) is split EXACTLY down the middle, 5-5 among women, and all men like the full beard.

    For the moment anyway, I'm sort of growing the beard of wisdom, or in this case, combined with the existing beard...the scraggly ZZ-top beard of wisdom.

    Do you think that the Jeep is more me just 'cause you've seen me driving around a small 4x4 for years? That is, does the purple nurple look not "me" to you as well?

    11:10 AM

    By Blogger Bob, at 12:14 PM  

  • Grow the beard and stop fritting over the girls think. Jesus H. Christ, this isn't jr. high. Also, I'm going to say that you are probably much more likely to get along well with a woman who likes the beard than you are one who does not.

    The pontiac is cute but doesn't quite convey your manly-nerd side as much as would a...60's mustang, 60-70's Corvette, or some other car in the uber-sexual catagory. The purple-nurple falls into that catagory very nicely. That is the kind of thing we expect you in as a "fun ride." This being said, if you get the roadster, I get to test drive.

    By Blogger Finite, at 1:34 PM  

  • I am *shock!* with Lee on this. the roadster just looks kinda like a pussy car. But something like a sweet old muscle car? pshhh HOT.

    By Blogger TheAmber, at 3:51 PM  

  • I'm thinking I am going to copy this line of comments in case I ever want to buy a muscle car and Amber has any objections. ;o)

    By Blogger Finite, at 5:39 PM  

  • I'm not frittering about, it, I'm merely playing sociologist. I'll do whatever seems like fun at the time with it (trucker stasche) or I need to for business purposes.

    I guess part of the thought behind the Solstice was that, for lack of a better reason, I sorta wanted to be brand loyal to GM. Nothing huge, but they have treated me decently with the Chevelle and the Jimmy. Since the Envoy is too big for me, I was looking at the car options, and the Solstice seemed sorta cool for the price.

    I'll give you that it looks like...well, a mazda miata.

    I was sort of thinking about a mid 60's mustang, but ehh, I don't need another project, and I've never owned a new car. We'll see, its at least a few months away.

    By Blogger Bob, at 8:51 PM  

  • Damn it all Bob, you're not playing "sociologist." You're asking about possible perceptions about you appear.

    Geez.

    By Blogger August., at 11:59 PM  

  • dude, which biblical character road a Liberty? It'd have to be moses. I'm picturing a sweet "born to be wild"/Exodus crossover screen play. I call copyright (can I do that?)

    By Blogger Krupa, at 9:47 AM  

  • You have to create the play first. Then you hire me to tell you how to copyright it.

    By Blogger Bob, at 5:09 PM  

  • What is this, accessorize your Bob?

    By Blogger Daniel Silliman, at 2:52 AM  

  • Does sound better than "pimp your Bob".

    By Blogger Bob, at 3:09 AM  

  • Lord knows we've tried that and failed. ;o)

    By Blogger Finite, at 9:11 AM  

  • IMHO, a Jeep Liberty is a vehicle for a twenties-something, overly-tanned, shopaholic or else a forty-something overweight, burnt-out cheer coach. seriously, the Liberty is obviously the model which Jeep intended to extend its consumers to women. its coushy, its cute, it has plenty of room for shopping bags... all i can say is "DON'T DO IT!" it is not a car for a male, and especially not for a law student who wants to be taken seriously. it is a girlie car (and even though you are going to be a maid of honor...a car would be a more permenant embarassment than wedding pics that no one will ever look at). just in case you think i'm completely wrong on this one, take a look at the driver's of libertys on the campus of hillsdale college, most of them live in the paul house and i highly doubt you would want to meet any of them.
    but as i said before, this is merely, MHO, if you want to drive one of those around, more power to you (just please don't wear a dress to the wedding)!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:34 AM  

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