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Where's an IED when you need one

Old 08-27-2013, 02:12 PM
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Default Where's an IED when you need one

Great, great, all I had to do to this piece of junk today was change one of the brake lights. But you know, 4 little screws, remove the lens, change the bulb, put lens back in, is obviously way too complicated for the BMW designers. No no... let's have it have to be taken out from the inside, with wiring in the way and a special non-related wire going across the area, and let's make the grips to release the fixture so awkward that you have to have the hands of a 7 year old to fit in. Of course that's a 7 year old with the strength of a full grown man naturally. And let's shape the fixture so that it has to be twisted a hundred different times to fit out the access panel. Who designed this, the group leader's special needs child??

The best Mini Cooper I ever saw was in Iran. Blown to pieces by an IED thank God. The only thing these cars are good for, target practice.
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