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Freddie Sirmans

Your blog is trailblazing, keep up the good works.


I love my company car !
However, someone should have warned me that the Netherlands taxes company cars until you're just about 1 millimeter below shouting "KEEP THE DAMN THING !!!"
Bloody Dutch


Glad to read that Paul is alive and kicking...'dubs rule (especially Jettas!) Great example of how spending a few hundred dollars can sex-up your current ride if it's well spent (vs spending tons more on a new car)


I've decided that I should comment on at least one story my dad writes seeing as how he enjoys using me as a case study. Paul the Jetta is running great, and I'm basking in beautiful music courtesy of my new cd player. It's not the Mazda RX-8 I've been dreaming of but he's still pretty pimp-tastic (after a little nip 'n tuck).


I have a 1988 Buick Park Avenue Electra, and her name is Carmen (as in Carmen Electra). We'll that is what I call her anyways but among smart aleck friends and neighbors she is "Ghetto Car"! So named because the two passenger side doors do not open among other things. Would not trade her for carpayments on a newer vehicle!

Debt Hater

I have a name for my 2003 Nissan Altima -- Nina. I love Nina, though I can't really afford her, but my plan is to keep the car until the wheels fall off. I take good care of it and am up to date with maintenance, so I figure I can get at least six more years (I still have three left to pay it off). Joy

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