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Discussion in 'MINI News and Articles' started by Nathan, Jun 11, 2010.
Calvin in his newest shoes
The "Mouse" is my bet! Sweet ride!! I like the green trim & wing.....
Waylan is good IN the curves, but he doesn't have the curves to fill those boots:lol:.
Aaron at OutMotoring is such a nice guy and his dedication to the MINI community has been unbelivable for so many years I had to vote for Melly.
THAT is 1 gorgeous MINI! Loooving the stripe!
All of these cars/vendors are great, hard to pick one.
In fact I wasn't going to until one of these people, who I will not name until after the voting is in, went above and beyond in soliciting votes. The sheer audacity and cheekiness of the plea for votes, and the place where it was presented along with a link to this months competition, is oozing with so much irony (may have been unintended, but it made me laugh out loud when I saw it), I felt this particular individual with a silver and lime green car who I refuse to name, earned my vote...
:lol:....hey that is my Chili red (Rowan) mini in the background! It is a great pic of Mouse! :cornut:
Thank you so much, I'm trying to have fun with this, but not be too annoying getting votes. I think there are some great looking cars I'm up against. But I hope the spirit in pimping my car out works. But the contest does encourage doing so.
I totally agree--I've always taken this contest as a no holds barred attempt at votes, and all in good fun--and putting in a request for votes on the top of the front page of NAM, in the vendors section, with a link nonetheless to the MA voting page, I mean seriously, that in and of itself deserves SOME type of award...
Man that cracked me up when I saw it...
Sure has turned into one heck of a horse race. With less than 24 hours to go not all are contenders. There are a few really running away from the pack and still neck and neck and neck after quite a long haul. One or two votes can sway the results to one of three. I'm really surprised by the close field. If you have yet to vote it is time. Your vote can put someone over the top.
Yeah, well, there is something fishy about all of this. I got a call from ACORN asking me to vote again, and when I tried, the site wouldn't let me.
So how can I take this seriously when I can't vote multiple times, like any good U.S. general election? I've already registered a complaint to ACORN, the ACLU, NRA, and several other organizations with cool sounding abbreviations...