The competition??

The competition??

IOPort51

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So, I just went over to have a look at the #3 site "Texas 4X4.org". I found it amazing that they have to wait 240 seconds between searches. Life is too short for that.

I guess I won't hang out in there too much. Most of them have Off brand 4x4s like fords and chevys. There seems to be a lot of negative energy directed toward the Jeep in signatures and profiles. I would have to think they are intimidated by the Jeeps obvious superiority.:cool:

But I guess there are a lot of people in Texas and obviously they like to wheel and have not been able to find or afford a jeep.

I find it a bit surprising that we can not manage to put enough votes on the board to pass this rabble of natural selection vehicles.:D I guess it is true that the CJ is a very small portion of the Jeep world and even smaller section of the wheeling community but all we have to do is out vote Texas.:cool: Remember, we out voted Australia already.
 
So, I just went over to have a look at the #3 site "Texas 4X4.org". I found it amazing that they have to wait 240 seconds between searches. Life is too short for that.

I guess I won't hang out in there too much. Most of them have Off brand 4x4s like fords and chevys. There seems to be a lot of negative energy directed toward the Jeep in signatures and profiles. I would have to think they are intimidated by the Jeeps obvious superiority.:cool:

But I guess there are a lot of people in Texas and obviously they like to wheel and have not been able to find or afford a jeep.

I find it a bit surprising that we can not manage to put enough votes on the board to pass this rabble of natural selection vehicles.:D I guess it is true that the CJ is a very small portion of the Jeep world and even smaller section of the wheeling community but all we have to do is out vote Texas.:cool: Remember, we out voted Australia already.

Is it that surpsising? This site is so full of haters of any Jeep but a CJ and most revise history regularly to suit their prejudice. In the current shackle reversal thread there is misinformation that the YJ was a Chrysler and therefore not a jeep and worthy of scorn when in fact it was concieved & developed by AMC before the buy_out....but such misinformation helps make the haters happy. If Jeep people seperate each other through such bigotry how do you expect to compete with a wider audience?
 
I don't.:cool:

Is it that surpsising? This site is so full of haters of any Jeep but a CJ and most revise history regularly to suit their prejudice. In the current shackle reversal thread there is misinformation that the YJ was a Chrysler and therefore not a jeep and worthy of scorn when in fact it was concieved & developed by AMC before the buy_out....but such misinformation helps make the haters happy. If Jeep people seperate each other through such bigotry how do you expect to compete with a wider audience?
 
Is it that surpsising? This site is so full of haters of any Jeep but a CJ and most revise history regularly to suit their prejudice. In the current shackle reversal thread there is misinformation that the YJ was a Chrysler and therefore not a jeep and worthy of scorn when in fact it was concieved & developed by AMC before the buy_out....but such misinformation helps make the haters happy. If Jeep people seperate each other through such bigotry how do you expect to compete with a wider audience?
Haters I don't see any haters. IMHO I think you have us confused with some other site.
 
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Once again, my dry sense of humor has been misunderstood.:dunno:
 
Once again, my dry sense of humor has been misunderstood.:dunno:
:laugh: only by some, at least I understood. But sometimes humor doesn't come across the internet well.
 
We are now back to 3rd:cool:
 
Once again, my dry sense of humor has been misunderstood.:dunno:

it wasnt lost with me...
I quietly laughed through all the sarcasm...

good post IO
 
The competition does't stand a chance with this group :)
 

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