DT COW: Commenter of the Week
Another week gone down the drain- the staff at DT spent our time surfing the web for old cars, learning new swear words on urbandictionary, and causing mayhem in electric karts around the track at K1-speed (electric karts remove the inequalities associated with speed governors & clutch setup on arrive-and-drive gas karts and replace those with equally frustrating battery charge and depletion issues…but at least it doesn’t stink so much). Anyway – it is time to pick the Commenter of the Week (COW!)!!
This commenter won our hearts with the following comment: “I was told once “never buy an X1/9 with rust in the windshield
surround.” Don’t remember why exactly, but I’ve heeded the advice so
Click thru the jump to see the winner:
Congrats to DT reader Erich! We would ammend Erich’s advice to “never buy an X1/9” but that is another story. Congrats to Erich and here is the prize – a photo of a Mazda RX-792P cresting the corkscrew at Laguna Seca.
Edit 9/29/2012 7:55PM PST: We have previously and erroneously reported that Erich was indeed named Mike and said the following nasty stuff:
…if you take a look
at his blogger profile – Mike started a few blogs in 2006 – one of them
the Casco Bay, Maine Boater’s Blog
which has a regular (repeated daily) posting about how to get rid of
Herpes HSV2 – we think those Maine boaters must be really
promiscuous…or that site has been taken over by a hacker.
We are assured that Erich is not named Mike and does not have HSV2 or any other kind of transmittable STDs. -Ed
Heh, someone didn't do their homework!
Who is this Mike and why is he stealin' my thunder?
Aaand I broke the internet.
OOps – we apologize for the previous confusion – lack of proper oxygen to DT editor brains caused the issues. We now return to our regularly scheduled programming.
Geez, I hate when that happens…
Congratulations, Erich (or whatever your name is)!
I made no assurances about not having HSV2. Thanks folks!
~ COTW & he don't even know his own name? lol!
.congratulations, Erich. your remarks are appreciated. keep your thunder under lock and key, maybe an armed guard or two.