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Old 07-30-2013, 10:19 PM   #1
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This is bull****. Its 2013. Why am I dealing with this problem? In like 1986 they imagined it was gonna be Transformers in 2004. You ever seen that old cartoon movie??? The first transformers?? Yea the story is set in 2004 or 05. How disappointing.
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Omg. You know what it was? Al Gore. We messed up. He got voted to office in 1999? I think. By 2004 he would have gotten his second term in his flying car...oh and I meant in 2005. I have the movie here. ...I think I just had a conversation with myself...
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Do you see the scratch? Im sorry its dark outside.
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Transformers get scratched too...
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Transformers get scratched too...
So you're saying....my car is a transformer...?
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I see the pic i just dont understand the paragraph with it lol
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I think he's trying to say why do cars still get scratches when in 1986 they said transformers was based in 2004. And it's 2013 and cars still can get scratches. But that's reasoning is pulled out my behind lol.
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^basically lol. It was kinda random, but how could they be so wrong? Doing oil changes, car breaking down, gas, you'd think our cars would be without that stuff right now. I think if we gave the car industry like 8 trillion or something like that we'd have some pretty suped up rides. :the smiley face with the glasses on: haha but is there a way I can get rid of that scratch?
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So you're saying....my car is a transformer...?
I am your car... and I like to pick up little kids while you're sleeping!
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This is a weird thread lol
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So what does transformers have to do with cars getting scratched again? lol
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I am your car... and I like to pick up little kids while you're sleeping!
Ok lol. I believe you.

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So what does transformers have to do with cars getting scratched again? lol
Haha the point was that our cars and technology should be so advanced by now that we shouldn't have to worry about scratches or things like that. Still waiting on someone to help me fix that scratch...I know there is a way....
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My meds must be working overtime.WTF
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It was a completely normal thread until that transformer started talking about picking up kids! Now..how do I fix that scratch?

"I got that long 8===D like uh, uh, uh."
Where is the scratch located? I'm on a phone and can't tell.
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I had a good laugh!
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Where is the scratch located? I'm on a phone and can't tell.
im on my phone....its above the passenger side rear tire.
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im on my phone....its above the passenger side rear tire.
You have a couple choices. Touch up paint, or have it professionally painted. With having a body line close to it, it shouldn't cost that much because they can clear upto the line.
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You have a couple choices. Touch up paint, or have it professionally painted. With having a body line close to it, it shouldn't cost that much because they can clear upto the line.
You mentioned meds earlier. Would you be willing to sell any of those? And by paint would you happen to mean with a paint brush? Do you have maybe a estimate on much it would be professionally?
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You mentioned meds earlier. Would you be willing to sell any of those? And by paint would you happen to mean with a paint brush? Do you have maybe a estimate on much it would be professionally?
Just a guess, every area is different, I'd say $300. With the touch up paint, it's best to use a paper match. A brush a lot of times will put to much paint on. As for the Scooby snacks, I don't think so.lol
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Haha the point was that our cars and technology should be so advanced by now that we shouldn't have to worry about scratches or things like that. Still waiting on someone to help me fix that scratch...I know there is a way....
Our technology is VERY advanced compared to 1986 - we carry computers in our pockets these days that can emulate the computers that filled a desktop back in 1986. We have cars that have computers in them that can park the car for you or slow down your cruise control if you're coming up on another car.

I had something similar happen to mine recently and it was under $400 done professionally. Sorry that happened to you - I was furious when I saw the scratch on mine.
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Thank you and...
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good one, clflorida - as a pilot though, I don't want flying cars - people on the roads are scary enough on the ground - they'd be falling out of the sky all the time because they ran into someone while updating their twitter or facebook or spilled their lattedoublecaffmochacinofrappe
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If everything you said is true. I'm assuming you're a astronaut/fish who pilots a spaceship in space. Who is that girl in your picture??
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What did I say that made you question the veracity of my statements? It's a username...
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You said "pilot". Being a spacefish, I imagined you were a fish who pilots a spaceship in space. Am I wrong?
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I fly Cessnas. Put down the bong already
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We All Have Transformers....

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^basically lol. It was kinda random, but how could they be so wrong? Doing oil changes, car breaking down, gas, you'd think our cars would be without that stuff right now. I think if we gave the car industry like 8 trillion or something like that we'd have some pretty suped up rides. :the smiley face with the glasses on: haha but is there a way I can get rid of that scratch?
We all have transformer Mustangs....Opps, I guess no one told you. Someone's bad....
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