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z28luvr01    170

Maybe he's from Top Gear?

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CSpec    515

I thought he meant Yankees as in from the Northeast. :P

So, uh, have fun getting ticketed for doing 31 in a 30 and eating blood and eels.

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avant1963    38

When I read this topic, I thought they were eluding that we were starting a circle jerk or something.

I think Blondie needs to smoke some fags.

Proof that not every sperm is sacred.

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LosAngeles    2

You made these 3 posts and then decide to quit.

http://www.cheersandgears.com/forums/index...sult_type=posts

BTW of course this is a yank site it is a .com not a .co.uk

Some .com sites are for the whole world. The sites for BBC News and the Premiership, ending in ".com" originate out of England.

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Cadillacfan    0

When I read this topic, I thought they were eluding that we were starting a circle jerk or something.

I think Blondie needs to smoke some fags.

Proof that not every sperm is sacred.

And for people who aren't familiar with Brit slang.. you meant cigarettes... or did you? :o

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I really don't understand why you guys think .com is American. It stands for "commercial". I find it extremely ironic that one of the most patriotic countries in the world doesn't use their country-specific suffix (.us).

Canadians have and use .ca, Brits use .uk, but Americans insist on sticking with .com for some reason, which really shouldn't be done for non-commercial sites like this one.

cheersandgears.us - whaddya think?

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91z4me    0

I really don't understand why you guys think .com is American. It stands for "commercial". I find it extremely ironic that one of the most patriotic countries in the world doesn't use their country-specific suffix (.us).

Canadians have and use .ca, Brits use .uk, but Americans insist on sticking with .com for some reason, which really shouldn't be done for non-commercial sites like this one.

cheersandgears.us - whaddya think?

I think that .com is American because American companies have exploited it more than most other countries. .co.country tends to be something that other countries do.

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NOS2006    11

Is it just me or is this hilarious...

"the only car that matters: DB9"

Doesn't uhh Ford make that? Thank you! Damn yankee ass Ford makers. :)

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capriceman    0

I really don't understand why you guys think .com is American. It stands for "commercial". I find it extremely ironic that one of the most patriotic countries in the world doesn't use their country-specific suffix (.us).

Canadians have and use .ca, Brits use .uk, but Americans insist on sticking with .com for some reason, which really shouldn't be done for non-commercial sites like this one.

cheersandgears.us - whaddya think?

nah. in the US we are capitalists. meaning making every dime we can.

.com = Commerece usally dealing with making money. make sense.

besides we are very open fourm does it matter that bad that we are from the U.S.? its not like we make fun of every foreign person or car or anything really. hell we even have foreign fans here! thats what keeps this site on top. All those fueds we have. :CG_all:

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