Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Cars and Credit - right here!

16 comments:

Steffe said...

Any Go-go dancing?

Halcyon said...

Did you happen to see a Yugo there? B Squared said he traded his in... :)

Glad you're back! We missed you!!!

Memphis MOJO said...

He's back, hope you had a good trip.

Frank said...

And the ubiquitous American flag. I'm sure there's more than one.

Per Stromsjo said...

Credit's the way to go! Paying for stuff is so-o 20th century.

Welcome back, btw!

bfarr said...

And all in the same color family with the exception of the white one.

VP said...

Welcome back! I thought you had enough of driving in the past days!

brattcat said...

Welcome home. I bet you've seen enough of cars for a while. Hope you had a wonderful time.

B SQUARED said...

Welcome back! Hope you are recovering well from the altitude. Nothing quite like a trip to the car lot to bring one back down to earth.

Small City Scenes said...

Ther're back!!! YAY!!
I hope you have a fun time seeing your daughter and putting a plethora of miles on your car.
Whew--I have been waiting forever just to use THAT word. heehee!!
That is a long trip but you are back safe and --well relatively sound. LOL MB

Daryl said...

Welcome back ... I bet the stick shock on these would make anyone want to go back on holiday

Giulia said...

Eh oui, le crédit revient cher à la fin mais comment faire si l'on veut acheter une voiture et qu'on n'a plus les moyens ? Anyway, welcome back !

EG Wow said...

Welcome back, Jacob! You have been missed!

Per Stromsjo said...

YMMV, right?

Cezar and Léia said...

I need to confess that I don't understand much about cars, neither I like to drive.But they are elegant and I imagine very comfortable.
I also think to get a "credit"to buy one car is not a good deal.It's better to get a credit to buy a house.Well...don't take attention about my words, I'm not a business expert! LOL
Hugs
Léia

Lisa Wilson said...

Scary combination! I bet lots of people get into way too much debt there!

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