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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Mon Aug 18, 2014 12:44 pm

apvbguy wrote:I can take it...
That's good. See. No hard feelings! So, how come you earn enough to get a Tesla but can't punctuate? Financial services? Inherited wealth?

... sorry, I think I've taken this far enough.... :oops:

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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Mon Aug 18, 2014 1:22 pm

donald wrote:
apvbguy wrote:I can take it...
That's good. See. No hard feelings! So, how come you earn enough to get a Tesla but can't punctuate? Financial services? Inherited wealth?

... sorry, I think I've taken this far enough.... :oops:
I am so incredibly brilliant :roll: :mrgreen: :arrow: I have no need for limiting things like caps, periods commas and the like, sentence structures,,be damned. I am an numbers person more of a global rather than a linear thinker
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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Mon Aug 18, 2014 2:19 pm

Seriously. Guys, knock it off. We're all on the same side here. We all want electric vehicles to succeed.

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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Mon Aug 18, 2014 3:37 pm

GeekEV wrote:there's got to be a floor on that at some point.
:cry:

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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Mon Aug 18, 2014 10:29 pm

apvbguy wrote:
donald wrote:
apvbguy wrote:I can take it...
That's good. See. No hard feelings! So, how come you earn enough to get a Tesla but can't punctuate? Financial services? Inherited wealth?

... sorry, I think I've taken this far enough.... :oops:
I am so incredibly brilliant :roll: :mrgreen: :arrow: I have no need for limiting things like caps, periods commas and the like, sentence structures,,be damned. I am an numbers person more of a global rather than a linear thinker
Timeout and back on topic, pls.
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Re: Official Mercedes B-class EV thread

Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:34 pm

"With the range extender the B-Class has 15-20 more miles (again depending on you driving habits)."

What a joke!
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Re: NDEW - Huntington Beach "Plug In To Excitement"

Mon Aug 25, 2014 9:03 pm

Bad form to cross post this to more than one forum at MNL.
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Re: NDEW - Huntington Beach "Plug In To Excitement"

Mon Aug 25, 2014 10:46 pm

Stoaty wrote:Bad form to cross post this to more than one forum at MNL.
Yep, please don't do that. Duplicate thread deleted.

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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Thu Aug 28, 2014 9:34 am

dgpcolorado wrote:East coast journalist writes about driving the Model S:

What I figured out about Tesla’s future after finally driving one myself
Yawn!
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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:02 pm

drees wrote:
lorenfb wrote:Yawn!
lorenfb - why don't you try contributing to the discussion instead of deriding everything. Consider this a warning.
Sounds like more hyperbole to "pump the stock". The same type of article gets written over and over
again without providing any real insightful info. The article hardly contributes to anything useful for
those interested in meaningful BEV news or news of significance about Tesla.

Where is the news about the Giga-factory, the Model X initial production date, the development
progress on the Model E, or which state will raise taxes to pay Tesla the $500M for site selection
for Giga? The press seems to ignore those issues.
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