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Old 01-06-10, 09:21 PM   #1
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you drive what?

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Old 01-06-10, 09:29 PM   #2
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saw the bug bus http://www.youdrivewhat.com/?paged=3 and thought of this:

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That bus belongs (belonged?) to a man rearing his two sons via a "house-free" lifestyle--in Santa Barbara iirc. Saw this story on a PBS show "California Connected" some few years ago. The host Lisa McCree was very easy on one's eyes.
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That bus belongs (belonged?) to a man rearing his two sons via a "house-free" lifestyle--in Santa Barbara iirc. Saw this story on a PBS show "California Connected" some few years ago. The host Lisa McCree was very easy on one's eyes.
I saw this bus in SB and wondered how many live in it?
Those damn Kool-Aid and Oreo cars are a wreck. There are a few that cruise up and down the boulevard near my house. Guys with tricked out Impalas with the Hawaiian Punch guy, Chester Cheetos and Smirnoff painted all over their cars. As dumb as it is, the paint jobs are fantastic.
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That bug bus is completely BA!
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