On 2006-11-12 18:54, crashmasterd wrote:
I don't know what disturbs me more- The mirrors on the one scooter, the color of either scooter, or the fact that Monkey knew what year it was without being able to ask the owner.
I know several Vietnam Veterans who might disagree with being called a wanker as well as multiple states that choose to give those Veterans such plates for no extra charge.If you're a complete wanker, you can pay an extra fee and get a silly plate with a picture on it telling the world your stupid hobby or interest. Anything from Viet Nam War Veteran,
That wasn't my point. I was trying to show the decreasing levels of relevance. Why should a license plate that indicates your love for a freaking baseball team have the same significance as one that designates you as a veteran?On 2006-11-12 21:59, milqster wrote:
Sorry, can't help myself......
I know several Vietnam Veterans who might disagree with being called a wanker as well as multiple states that choose to give those Veterans such plates for no extra charge.
On 2006-11-12 19:52, Tee-Dub wrote:
Geez I wuz thinking along the same lines B4 I got to your post but the Who's LP/CD rather than the movie, anyhow if I recall correctly Sting is in the movie.For a full education on the topic, may I suggest renting the movie Quadrophenia.
:flam:Not sure why he believes the other scooter is an 1982 / 83 model looking older though. It's a seven figure / letter combo as far as I can see WTN 163A .....so that'd make it 1963 - when the A suffix came out.