karl who probably wants an SUV. . .

This is harsh. ...

Have you ever wondered why sport utility vehicle drivers seem like such assholes? Surely it's no coincidence that Terry McAuliffe, chairman of the Dem-ocratic National Committee, tours Washington in one of the biggest SUVs on the market, the Cadillac Escalade, or that Jesse Ventura loves the Lincoln Navigator. Well, according to New York Times reporter Keith Bradsher's new book, High and Mighty, the connection between the two isn't a coincidence. Unlike any other vehicle before it, the SUV is the car of choice for the nation's most self-centered people; and the bigger the SUV, the more of a jerk its driver is likely to be.

According to market research conducted by the country's leading automakers, Bradsher reports, SUV buyers tend to be "insecure and vain. They are frequently nervous about their marriages and uncomfortable about parenthood. They often lack confidence in their driving skills. Above all, they are apt to be self-centered and self-absorbed, with little interest in their neighbors and communities. They are more restless, more sybaritic, and less social than most Americans are. They tend to like fine restaurants a lot more than off-road driving, seldom go to church and have limited interest in doing volunteer work to help others."
. . . ... We do not, as a rule, find ultimate pleasure in cigarettes (or cancer for that matter), do not find complete freedom in an SUV, don't find tantric sex at the ... 021211
p2 i have an suv
but not for selfish reasons
i love going snowboarding
so it needs to carry my stuff up the mountain
i love hanging out as a group
so it needs to fit all my friends
i love sex anywhere and everywhere
so it needs to have a large backseat
Rhin as an owner of an SUV, i'm going to jump all over this one. however, it will have to wait. i have to go mow down a troup of nuns now! see ya soon! :p 021212
minnesota_chris bring the .38 in case some get away 021212
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