What do your band camp friends have to say?????
Nothing, because band camp doesn't start till August 8. I am going down to school on Thursday, as the directors have asked the KKPsi people to play in some Extravaganza thing in Jackson that day. It'll be nice to hear Coach Croom speak.
Why don't you wait till your old enough, and have enough money to buy one yourself? That's the way most of us have to do it.
Somebody sounds jealous...
I have a friend at MSU, a very smart pre-vet major, who's parents now live in Gulf Breeze, Florida. They are not rich, however, unlike most of the people in Gulf Breeze (which is a very nice place to live, probably like Boca Raton. Lots of spoiled teenagers). His Dad is in the Navy, and formerly they lived in Groton, Connecticut. But because he's officially from Gulf Breeze, he has to deal with the stereotype. He does drive a very nice recent model Toyota Celica, loaded, with the 180HP engine.
I will point out that it's not like I've never worked before. I've worked at both Wal-Mart pushing buggies and at Chick-Fil-A as a cashier. But my money has gone towards my tuition, not a car.
Bimmers are nice, but I don't want something that would cost so much to fix when it does break. I love the smoothness of inline Sixes, after I had one in the Cressida. Especially something like an M3
, which is practically guaranteed to have been driven hard.
If I got a Civic, it'd have to be an EX. VTEC and all that (plus, that's what my sister has, so it'd have to be an EX). But they're awfully small, even though they're fuel efficient. I just like something a little bigger (but not new Camry or new Maxima big. That's too big).
Corollas are ugly and too tall, in my opinion. We did drive a base model CE
Corolla (the only one that had a stick, and it was technically a used car). I've never seen a car like that on a lot that actually had manual locks and windows. No thanks, even though it did have impressive EPA ratings of 32/40 (as good as a hybrid Civic).
I also like the Mazda 3, but I just can't imagine having my parents buy me a NEW
car. I surely don't deserve it, especially after wrecking another car. Getting a new car is best done with your own money, in my opinion. I don't want to be like those spoiled brats who get a brand new VW
Jetta when they turn 16. Ick.
MD-90, No wonder your a republican ... You don't have to work for anything !!!
To me, that sounds like welfare, which Democrats are all for, aren't they? And Z4s are butt ugly.