Not as good as it was. Better than it will be.
I challenge you to compare a vintage M magazine with today's 'men's' rags and not cry. And, yes, I would like a phone in my car.
Tin Tin, Do me a favor and don't publish the previous message. Thanks.
Anon - Are you Legume?
I remember the first time I encountered a car phone. I had just seen a game at the old Red's ballpark and the couple that was driving my sister and I home had us call our parents. From. the. car. It took a while for what was happening to register. The level of opulence that Buick Legacy represented to me is to this day unrivaled.
I own a copy of that issue-how many points do i get? Incidentally, the first post is 100% correct.
Uncharitably, is this an oxymoron?Charitably, I think Ian Fleming thought not; 'Live and let die' and 'Diamonds are forever'are still worth a look.Though let's agree to ditch the nylon in favour of the sea island cotton.Who'syourfatfriend
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