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Old 08-30-2006, 10:03 AM
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I was trying to figure out what an "asshat" was...

This is the best I can find for a description...
Where did you get that picture of GmcKid ( Kyle) at?

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Old 08-30-2006, 10:38 AM
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Lol, this is the real picture of Kyle (no joke) taking from Youngrodderz.
I like the calling-their-mommies idea hahaha.



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Old 08-30-2006, 10:47 AM
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He does look like an asshat....maybe he is the son of a chainer...who knows..

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Old 08-30-2006, 10:49 AM
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He just lives two and a half hours from me and I go to his city every once in awhile. Maybe I will stop in and see his mommy.

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By the way guys, something to keep in mind:

Most of us were punk kids at one time. Including myself.

He's not an inherently "evil" person, and he may grow up to be cool and respectful. He's just young, and that's a great part of it. Still, you might say that he's "Quickly establishing himself as the anti-cool of the online hot rod world".

Nevertheless, we've been pushed around enough, and it's time to do something about it.
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Old 08-30-2006, 12:40 PM
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Jon....

that, my man, is the epitome of ownage.
you are the master. wheres my bow down smiley?
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Old 08-30-2006, 12:44 PM
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By the way guys, something to keep in mind:

Most of us were punk kids at one time. Including myself.
Yep...we all were....but there is a difference between being a punk and being a jerk!
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Old 08-30-2006, 12:57 PM
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that, my man, is the epitome of ownage.
you are the master. wheres my bow down smiley?
This is by far the best retribution for their childish pranks...I just wonder what they are doing with themselves now,

maybe staring at a black screen with white letters while their mouths rest on the ground?

Man, I feel sorry for their parents having to console them over this...
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Old 08-30-2006, 01:20 PM
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Yup yup...

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By the way guys, something to keep in mind:

Most of us were punk kids at one time. Including myself.

He's not an inherently "evil" person, and he may grow up to be cool and respectful. He's just young, and that's a great part of it. Still, you might say that he's "Quickly establishing himself as the anti-cool of the online hot rod world".

Nevertheless, we've been pushed around enough, and it's time to do something about it.
That's why I posted the open letter post in this thread, because I was'nt always well-behaved when I was young, honestly it feels like it really was'nt that long ago...

I was told that the quotes were taken out of context, with little thought WHO actually posted them... we will see...

I just figured I should give him the benefit of the doubt is all...


I had no idea you were going to slam the door like you did Jon... says a lot for registering the domain name...

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when I was 14 I joined and started posting on CHR. I was respectful and didn't troll, granite I had a rediculouse project, swap a 350 Chevy into a '83 MB 240D, and I wanted all the cool factor stuff, huge cam, 10.0:1 compression and a blower ( yes I know now these don't like eachother ) w/ 750 CFM Edelbrock carb, and a str8 pipe exhaust, a very silly combo, but I wanted at least 300 RWHP and knew no better. Kyle has a resonable first project altho a little to rough for anything I would bother with, maby he'll str8ten up in a few years and realize why we say what we say.
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in response to this entire ordeal, i dont know what to say. I along wiht one more guy built the original site, and i guess i feel partly responsible for some of this. Anyways, Im the owner of "therodderz.com" because at the time i bought that domain, "youngrodderz.com" was not availible form that certain company, go daddy, maybe i mistyped it or somehting.

Let me propose a suggestion, dont listen to our members. As bad as it seems, whenever any of us come over here ths **** starts to fly. Ive never personally met any of the guys on there as im sure many of you have never met your fellow board members, therefore i cannot give you an accurate portrail of their maturity level other than what i've witnessed online.

Take this as an apology for the board, not its members. I've no right to apolgize for them as they can do it themselves if they feel the need to.

I think the reason some of them got in a fuss is because of the lack of understanding of the entire GMG situation. I didnt understand it at first untill one of y'all explained it to me. I can see how you interpreted the GMG thread and can see why you took the actions you did. I did not say anything about it, or give my opinion because:

1. It has ntohing to do with me. Im merely an observer.
2. Ive never met Richard, or any of the Coker family.
3. Who cars about my opinion on the subject, right?

So, as i said, let me apologize and hopefully regain some of the Board's credit. Take this as you will, scream, yell, and type furiously as you see fit. This is just one kid;s interpretation of the whole situation.

But let me say that I still have no hard feelings toward any of the guys on the board, because I have no reason to. They didnt do anything to me, my family, or friends, so theyre still cool dudes in my book.
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Old 08-30-2006, 05:56 PM
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That took guts...

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Old 08-30-2006, 06:57 PM
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Old 08-30-2006, 07:07 PM
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...therefore i cannot give you an accurate portrail of their maturity level other than what i've witnessed online.
I can answer that, veryyy lowwwww I don't think I'll be able to ignore "your members" whenever they come over here and start moaning about what we're doing this time and how we're wrong and a bunch of asshats. Doesn't bother me though, I have not read one word by gmckid or any other of the trolls on your site that has offended me. I usually laugh at how they take everything so seriously whenever Jon feels like he has to make a point to deceptive advertisers, so they immediately jump in to do the "right thing." Well it does take guts to apologize due to your members' acting mental over every single little thing we do over here that has nothing to do with them so they should stay out of it. I think you need to lay down the law some over there, especially for gmckid. I remember you saying he was banned yet you let him back in there. I knew that it would lead to another one of these episodes and sure enough, gas monkey incident and they come back over here. But anyway, don't apologize for their idiotic actions.
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Old 08-30-2006, 07:07 PM
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Jon, I too am impressed. I missed most of what went on and still dont know the entire situation but I must say that I didn't expect that from you.

hop up, if that's sincere then that's all fine and dandy. But you must remember that this wouldnt be the first time somebody from your site "apologized" for their actions.
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