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#77 - Do you intend to shop at them or what?  [+] (2 replies) 08/15/2015 on taught by green lantern... 0
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#78 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Perhaps if I ever intend on going to New York again. I fucking hate big cities.
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#81 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
That's only in Manhattan. Two of my businesses are Flatlands Minimart and Tulip Clothing Co.

Flatlands Minimart is incredibly old, however. It's been here since the late 70's. I bought a share around '98 and my second in '03. I still admire the vintage style and it takes me back to when I was first exploring the business world.
#74 - I didn't have the initial luxury of inheritance. I worked a va…  [+] (4 replies) 08/15/2015 on taught by green lantern... 0
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#75 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Good Job, what is the names of your businesses?
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#77 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Do you intend to shop at them or what?
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#78 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Perhaps if I ever intend on going to New York again. I fucking hate big cities.
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#81 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
That's only in Manhattan. Two of my businesses are Flatlands Minimart and Tulip Clothing Co.

Flatlands Minimart is incredibly old, however. It's been here since the late 70's. I bought a share around '98 and my second in '03. I still admire the vintage style and it takes me back to when I was first exploring the business world.
#71 - I own multiple businesses in New York City and Toronto. I don'…  [+] (24 replies) 08/15/2015 on taught by green lantern... 0
#105 - anon (08/15/2015) [-]
Hey man. Since you have a F-type. You ever tried the XJR SWB? Just curious.

Also, what F-type model? I've only tried the R coupé one, the AWD coupé looks sweet though.
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#108 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
When I bought my car, I had to decide between an XJR SWB with red-velvet seats or an F-Type convertible. I can honestly say it was the hardest decision of my life. Other than that, I explored a bunch of cars. I dunno what it was with me and Jags. Even before I was able to afford them, I would spend my entire day looking through magazines and newspapers about different luxury/sports cars, and Jags always struck a chord for me.
Buying a car isn't just about fuel efficiency or whatever. The car you buy should also represent your own personal tastes.

Just remember that almost any jag is gonna look sick as fuck.
#109 - anon (08/17/2015) [-]
Considering I drive a XJR SWB myself I know what you mean.

Also, the fuel efficiency is superb in it, and it had a lot to say for me personally. It was another plus point in favour for it.

You still didn't answer on what kind of F-type, but alright.
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#110 - alltimetens (08/17/2015) [-]
My mistake. I have an R Coupe. With some modifications.
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#73 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
And a Jag? Hahahaha what are you? Going through a midlife crisis? Get a fucking Mclaren MP4-12 you faggot.
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#79 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I very much like my current car.
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#80 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
They look disgusting. I had to drive an older Jag as my first car, freaking hate them.
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#82 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I don't see anything wrong with an F-Type. My first car was a 1996 Toyota Camry. To each his own.
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#83 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Well this one was a piece of shit, it had horrible gas mileage and horrible everything. My dad found it in the paper and paid like $8000 for it.
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#85 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Nobody buys older cars and expects decent mileage. Old jags are mainly for car collectors who fetishize vintage car ownership. Though, I get pretty good mileage on my car, especially for one of its class.
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#87 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Well this one was far farrrr from collectible, I'm talking 217,000 miles on it, BEFORE I had to drive it to school everyday which was about 30 miles... Heaters were worn out, AC didn't work pretty much AT ALL. Damn thing was a death trap, it wasn't even that OLD either, it was like a 96 or a 98 can't remember.
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#90 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
You shouldn't really let one shitty car ruin the image of the car company. Jaguars are very high quality. I actually prefer them over Ferraris and Lambos.

If I had the time, I'd also buy the 2016 Lincoln MKZ or a Cadillac. I love those classy cars. I've driven a Cadillac before and it made me feel like George Soros. Too bad they don't make 'em in automatic.
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#91 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Meh, still don't really like the designs they come up with.
If i'm going luxury I'll go Aston Martin which I am still thinking about doing.
Only thing I drive that is automatic are my trucks.
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#92 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Aston Martin is pretty good too. I have a thing for British cars in general.
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#94 - imalex (08/15/2015) [-]
you have a thing for british cars but not for british people huh
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#95 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
As an American, I still have my eyes on them since the Revolutionary war and whatnot.
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#97 - imalex (08/15/2015) [-]
oh youre white?
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#100 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
American =/= White

America is a mongrel nation.
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#72 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
I do as well, I own three gun shops, one in Montana and two here in my home town, AND I never have to work a day in my life because of sound investments and being fiscally responsible. My money makes money. I started out with a 12 Million dollar inheritance, I have just recently tripled it with the help of financial advisers and making my own choices.
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#74 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I didn't have the initial luxury of inheritance. I worked a variety of strange jobs and eventually saved up enough money to buy a share of a clothing business in Queens, then saved up to invest in more businesses. I now fully own 4 businesses in New York and 2 in Toronto thanks to good investments.
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#75 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Good Job, what is the names of your businesses?
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#77 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Do you intend to shop at them or what?
User avatar
#78 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Perhaps if I ever intend on going to New York again. I fucking hate big cities.
User avatar
#81 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
That's only in Manhattan. Two of my businesses are Flatlands Minimart and Tulip Clothing Co.

Flatlands Minimart is incredibly old, however. It's been here since the late 70's. I bought a share around '98 and my second in '03. I still admire the vintage style and it takes me back to when I was first exploring the business world.
#66 - Oh did I accidentally insult the princess? boohoo! B…  [+] (26 replies) 08/15/2015 on taught by green lantern... -3
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#68 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
I'm a guy you fucking idiot.
Besides, that's Lena Katina, a woman who is also worth more than your whole white trash family.

Whens the last time you paid off a vehicle in full? Or your home? Or your cousins vehicles? Or never having to worry about money, always using premium gasoline in your vehicles AND using toll roads. Sure is nice not being a poor dumb fuck like yourself. Here is a suggestion, get an education, please.
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#71 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I own multiple businesses in New York City and Toronto. I don't have to work a single day in my life. Keep pretending that I'm poor while I'm texting you inside my Jaguar F-Type, which by the way, I own in full.
#105 - anon (08/15/2015) [-]
Hey man. Since you have a F-type. You ever tried the XJR SWB? Just curious.

Also, what F-type model? I've only tried the R coupé one, the AWD coupé looks sweet though.
User avatar
#108 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
When I bought my car, I had to decide between an XJR SWB with red-velvet seats or an F-Type convertible. I can honestly say it was the hardest decision of my life. Other than that, I explored a bunch of cars. I dunno what it was with me and Jags. Even before I was able to afford them, I would spend my entire day looking through magazines and newspapers about different luxury/sports cars, and Jags always struck a chord for me.
Buying a car isn't just about fuel efficiency or whatever. The car you buy should also represent your own personal tastes.

Just remember that almost any jag is gonna look sick as fuck.
#109 - anon (08/17/2015) [-]
Considering I drive a XJR SWB myself I know what you mean.

Also, the fuel efficiency is superb in it, and it had a lot to say for me personally. It was another plus point in favour for it.

You still didn't answer on what kind of F-type, but alright.
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#110 - alltimetens (08/17/2015) [-]
My mistake. I have an R Coupe. With some modifications.
User avatar
#73 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
And a Jag? Hahahaha what are you? Going through a midlife crisis? Get a fucking Mclaren MP4-12 you faggot.
User avatar
#79 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I very much like my current car.
User avatar
#80 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
They look disgusting. I had to drive an older Jag as my first car, freaking hate them.
User avatar
#82 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I don't see anything wrong with an F-Type. My first car was a 1996 Toyota Camry. To each his own.
User avatar
#83 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Well this one was a piece of shit, it had horrible gas mileage and horrible everything. My dad found it in the paper and paid like $8000 for it.
User avatar
#85 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Nobody buys older cars and expects decent mileage. Old jags are mainly for car collectors who fetishize vintage car ownership. Though, I get pretty good mileage on my car, especially for one of its class.
User avatar
#87 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Well this one was far farrrr from collectible, I'm talking 217,000 miles on it, BEFORE I had to drive it to school everyday which was about 30 miles... Heaters were worn out, AC didn't work pretty much AT ALL. Damn thing was a death trap, it wasn't even that OLD either, it was like a 96 or a 98 can't remember.
User avatar
#90 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
You shouldn't really let one shitty car ruin the image of the car company. Jaguars are very high quality. I actually prefer them over Ferraris and Lambos.

If I had the time, I'd also buy the 2016 Lincoln MKZ or a Cadillac. I love those classy cars. I've driven a Cadillac before and it made me feel like George Soros. Too bad they don't make 'em in automatic.
User avatar
#91 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Meh, still don't really like the designs they come up with.
If i'm going luxury I'll go Aston Martin which I am still thinking about doing.
Only thing I drive that is automatic are my trucks.
User avatar
#92 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Aston Martin is pretty good too. I have a thing for British cars in general.
User avatar
#94 - imalex (08/15/2015) [-]
you have a thing for british cars but not for british people huh
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#95 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
As an American, I still have my eyes on them since the Revolutionary war and whatnot.
User avatar
#97 - imalex (08/15/2015) [-]
oh youre white?
User avatar
#100 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
American =/= White

America is a mongrel nation.
User avatar
#72 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
I do as well, I own three gun shops, one in Montana and two here in my home town, AND I never have to work a day in my life because of sound investments and being fiscally responsible. My money makes money. I started out with a 12 Million dollar inheritance, I have just recently tripled it with the help of financial advisers and making my own choices.
User avatar
#74 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I didn't have the initial luxury of inheritance. I worked a variety of strange jobs and eventually saved up enough money to buy a share of a clothing business in Queens, then saved up to invest in more businesses. I now fully own 4 businesses in New York and 2 in Toronto thanks to good investments.
User avatar
#75 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Good Job, what is the names of your businesses?
User avatar
#77 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Do you intend to shop at them or what?
User avatar
#78 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Perhaps if I ever intend on going to New York again. I fucking hate big cities.
User avatar
#81 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
That's only in Manhattan. Two of my businesses are Flatlands Minimart and Tulip Clothing Co.

Flatlands Minimart is incredibly old, however. It's been here since the late 70's. I bought a share around '98 and my second in '03. I still admire the vintage style and it takes me back to when I was first exploring the business world.
#62 - Look at this trash talking. I'm not even black and I can alrea…  [+] (28 replies) 08/15/2015 on taught by green lantern... -1
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#64 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Totally bro, that is why I'm worth more than your entire blood line.
Every single 'black guy' fight ends up like this, go check out youtube once for me, I'll wait.
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#66 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Oh did I accidentally insult the princess? boohoo!

Bitch go back to collecting walmart coupons you fat saggy trash.
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#68 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
I'm a guy you fucking idiot.
Besides, that's Lena Katina, a woman who is also worth more than your whole white trash family.

Whens the last time you paid off a vehicle in full? Or your home? Or your cousins vehicles? Or never having to worry about money, always using premium gasoline in your vehicles AND using toll roads. Sure is nice not being a poor dumb fuck like yourself. Here is a suggestion, get an education, please.
User avatar
#71 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I own multiple businesses in New York City and Toronto. I don't have to work a single day in my life. Keep pretending that I'm poor while I'm texting you inside my Jaguar F-Type, which by the way, I own in full.
#105 - anon (08/15/2015) [-]
Hey man. Since you have a F-type. You ever tried the XJR SWB? Just curious.

Also, what F-type model? I've only tried the R coupé one, the AWD coupé looks sweet though.
User avatar
#108 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
When I bought my car, I had to decide between an XJR SWB with red-velvet seats or an F-Type convertible. I can honestly say it was the hardest decision of my life. Other than that, I explored a bunch of cars. I dunno what it was with me and Jags. Even before I was able to afford them, I would spend my entire day looking through magazines and newspapers about different luxury/sports cars, and Jags always struck a chord for me.
Buying a car isn't just about fuel efficiency or whatever. The car you buy should also represent your own personal tastes.

Just remember that almost any jag is gonna look sick as fuck.
#109 - anon (08/17/2015) [-]
Considering I drive a XJR SWB myself I know what you mean.

Also, the fuel efficiency is superb in it, and it had a lot to say for me personally. It was another plus point in favour for it.

You still didn't answer on what kind of F-type, but alright.
User avatar
#110 - alltimetens (08/17/2015) [-]
My mistake. I have an R Coupe. With some modifications.
User avatar
#73 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
And a Jag? Hahahaha what are you? Going through a midlife crisis? Get a fucking Mclaren MP4-12 you faggot.
User avatar
#79 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I very much like my current car.
User avatar
#80 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
They look disgusting. I had to drive an older Jag as my first car, freaking hate them.
User avatar
#82 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I don't see anything wrong with an F-Type. My first car was a 1996 Toyota Camry. To each his own.
User avatar
#83 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Well this one was a piece of shit, it had horrible gas mileage and horrible everything. My dad found it in the paper and paid like $8000 for it.
User avatar
#85 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Nobody buys older cars and expects decent mileage. Old jags are mainly for car collectors who fetishize vintage car ownership. Though, I get pretty good mileage on my car, especially for one of its class.
User avatar
#87 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Well this one was far farrrr from collectible, I'm talking 217,000 miles on it, BEFORE I had to drive it to school everyday which was about 30 miles... Heaters were worn out, AC didn't work pretty much AT ALL. Damn thing was a death trap, it wasn't even that OLD either, it was like a 96 or a 98 can't remember.
User avatar
#90 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
You shouldn't really let one shitty car ruin the image of the car company. Jaguars are very high quality. I actually prefer them over Ferraris and Lambos.

If I had the time, I'd also buy the 2016 Lincoln MKZ or a Cadillac. I love those classy cars. I've driven a Cadillac before and it made me feel like George Soros. Too bad they don't make 'em in automatic.
User avatar
#91 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Meh, still don't really like the designs they come up with.
If i'm going luxury I'll go Aston Martin which I am still thinking about doing.
Only thing I drive that is automatic are my trucks.
User avatar
#92 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Aston Martin is pretty good too. I have a thing for British cars in general.
User avatar
#94 - imalex (08/15/2015) [-]
you have a thing for british cars but not for british people huh
User avatar
#95 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
As an American, I still have my eyes on them since the Revolutionary war and whatnot.
User avatar
#97 - imalex (08/15/2015) [-]
oh youre white?
User avatar
#100 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
American =/= White

America is a mongrel nation.
User avatar
#72 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
I do as well, I own three gun shops, one in Montana and two here in my home town, AND I never have to work a day in my life because of sound investments and being fiscally responsible. My money makes money. I started out with a 12 Million dollar inheritance, I have just recently tripled it with the help of financial advisers and making my own choices.
User avatar
#74 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
I didn't have the initial luxury of inheritance. I worked a variety of strange jobs and eventually saved up enough money to buy a share of a clothing business in Queens, then saved up to invest in more businesses. I now fully own 4 businesses in New York and 2 in Toronto thanks to good investments.
User avatar
#75 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Good Job, what is the names of your businesses?
User avatar
#77 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Do you intend to shop at them or what?
User avatar
#78 - iatedub (08/15/2015) [-]
Perhaps if I ever intend on going to New York again. I fucking hate big cities.
User avatar
#81 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
That's only in Manhattan. Two of my businesses are Flatlands Minimart and Tulip Clothing Co.

Flatlands Minimart is incredibly old, however. It's been here since the late 70's. I bought a share around '98 and my second in '03. I still admire the vintage style and it takes me back to when I was first exploring the business world.
#59 - And you're a piece of **** who should be arrested for attempte…  [+] (2 replies) 08/15/2015 on taught by green lantern... -1
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#60 - jacklane (08/15/2015) [-]
you say attempted murder, I say taking out the trash.
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#63 - alltimetens (08/15/2015) [-]
Don't try to act tough when you nearly killed a person who could no longer defend himself. I honestly hope you're trolling. Otherwise you are a complete scum.