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Old 10-05-2012, 12:15 AM   #501
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If someone offered me 20k, it would be hard to walk away from that.
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:19 AM   #502
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:15 AM   #503
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Chano, I don't know how you sell cars like a carousel man.

I just got offered $20k for my Evo and I walked away. Couldn't do it. One of the hardest decisions I've had in my life. I got about 3 hours of sleep last night because I couldn't decide what to do. I was a mess.


I wish I could just see a car as a car. I could've made a killing off that car.
It's all about what value you see in them. You obviously see value in what the Evo can continue to provide you and what you've put into it. Each car I purchase represents a stage in my life and a prospect for my future.

Honestly, I was completely fine with my first car, a Subaru Loyale sedan. Man, I thought I was going to keep that thing forever. I abused the heck out of it by starving the engine of oil and giving it twice as much oil as needed, and it still kept running strong. I loved that car. Then, suddenly, it was totaled by a drunk driver. I was without a car for 6 months while I traveled to Phoenix, decided to move back to Alaska, and took the bus everywhere, which I was fine with because I find public transportation exciting.

Public transportation isn't convenient, however, so when my mom and I saw the Nissan Pathfinder for sale, we jumped on it. I was totally cool with that thing, too. I picked up my friends and their bikes. I packed stuff in it. It was really cool. I'd twirl it around corners since it was RWD. I think I had that for about 3 years. Then one day a new friend of mine showed me his 2.5 RS coupe in black and man did I fall in love. I had no clue about AWD, really. I just loved the designed, front to back, top to bottom. It just flowed. Shortly afterwards he sold it to me for about $8k.

For a while I was in heaven, completely content. Everything was great as I discovered the power of AWD. I loved that I had a coupe because before I was getting harassed all the time for rides or to help pick up people's stuff with the Pathfinder. Eventually, though, the RS started falling apart. It had gone through several owners before me that didn't take care of it and I was getting all the issues. My buddy had purchased it off eBay from the Lower 48 and only had it a couple of months before he sold it to me, so he narrowly missed having to deal with it.

After pumping thousands of dollars into that car and getting deeper into depth with it, I finally hit my last straw when the 2nd used motor spun a rod bearing. An automatic RS completely unmodded, dead in the water. I was SO furious that I parked the car and looked for a used Subaru that was everything my RS wasn't: turbocharged, maybe bigger spoiler, and, most importantly, running. I was looking at the WRX and Evo until I saw this thing called an "STi"? After some research and number crunching I realized I COULD afford the STI as a 2005MY, so I found one and had it shipped up to Alaska.

That car was AWESOME, but I never used it for it's purpose. I didn't even enjoy the DCCD until the week I was selling the car. Also I started hollering at a co-worker and was thinking "family", so my brain zeroed in on the 2008 Forester Sports XT (which she really liked, so that was a bonus). I found one through Autotrader.com in Park City, UT, and roadtripped that up to Alaska. I had a lot of plans for that car and my future, but eventually decided that I wanted to stay single for a bit longer (I decided her and I needed time to grow up), so the Forester no longer served a purpose. Plus I just REALLY wasn't ever comfortable with all the extra cabin space that I had to negotiate every time I looked behind me.

I was determined to stick with the Forester since there wasn't much else that interested me, but then Phil and Hope on separate occasions both told me to take a look at the new WRX since it's redesign was about to be revealed. I waited and BOY did I fall in love! I feel in love with the exterior, with all the curves and aggressive stance. What wasn't to love? At that point I had to decide what was more valuable to me between the WRX, STI and even the newly designed Legacy GT. In the end I decided that the WRX Limited was the best value because I mostly wanted a competent daily driver that had sporty driving characteristics, and the Forester made me REALLY love having a sunroof and cupholders.

In the two years since I got the WRX, I've learned that compared to the available STI the WRX really is a compromised piece of machinery. It's really tough to swallow it's faults when you know something like the STI exists. It's kind of like "you get what you pay for" with these cars. Personally, with the transmission crunching and the clutch sticking and the uber negative stigma that came with the car, plus life changes of home and work, I just never really had a chance to love the car. I did my best to love it by taking it on roadtrips and activities, but it just never inspired confidence in me and just seemed like it needed a lot of work to be satisfactory.

Now that most of my friends are married or moved away and my little niece and nephew are no longer in Alaska, I pretty much only ever have myself and sometimes one other person in my car. I love to drive around a lot since I do appreciate how beautiful Alaska can be, but with gas prices being so high, you really have to plan your routes these days. Also the maintenance of turbocharged, AWD vehicles just gnaws at me constantly. When the cons outweigh the pros, that's when the car has to go.

If I could keep each car I've owned all at the same time, I totally would. They're each awesome in their own way. Yet, I can only justify their use in my life so often as my life continues to change. If I at least had a girlfriend or was even married or had kids, there's NO WAY I'd do all this switching around. Trust me. If I had anyone else to consider, things would be different. Right now, though, I'm at a stage where I'm single, I need something more fuel-efficient because I drive a lot, I want it to be fun to drive, I want it to be familiar, I want a car that I can take with me when I move out of Alaska that won't be overkill for warm climate by having gas-guzzling AWD, and I don't want a turbo with all that plumbing involved. Guess which vehicle fits that equation for me?

Stage 7: Enter the BRZ.

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Old 10-05-2012, 02:23 AM   #504
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And, after reading that wall of text I've come to the conclusion that you should have bought my car instead. We'll do a few roadtrips when the roads are ice and/or snow.
P.S. Rusty, if I could write you a check or put 20k in cash in your hands for your car, I would. Now.
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:26 AM   #505
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Pretty touching story.
http://www.adn.com/2012/10/04/265111...rs-in-new.html

There are time I wish that I could erase memories of the countless tragedies I have had to deal with in my profession over the years. Reading this story brought back a lot of long suppressed episodes of similar events.

Take a moment to read through this story and do me the favor of placing yourself in each one of these three individuals lives through this ordeal.

Imagine how hard the young teacher had worked to get through school to her dream job. The good she could have done in the world. Imagine that kind of pain…. of having your skull crushed only to wake up and not have the mental capacity to function as you were before an accident not of your fault. And you have to live the rest of your life that way. Imagine being her boyfriend, watching someone you love and had a great future with….wither in agony as you are healing your own wounds. Imagine the bitterness you would harbor.

Imagine being 22, having to sit in a cell, everyday, for the next 8 years, living with that level of guilt on your conscious.

Many of us like to have a nip now and then….use care when you do folks. A single poor decision can ruin lives.

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Old 10-05-2012, 02:40 AM   #506
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It's all about what value you see in them. You obviously see value in what the Evo can continue to provide you and what you've put into it.
Yup, it is about the value you put in the car. However sometimes people own a certain car that has a draw to them for one reason or another. Most likely tied to memories made with the car and/or a connection with that platform. Some were around when I jumped from my last S4 to the 07 LGT, I dont think it was even 2 months and I was realizing.. I had made the wrong decision. (hence me back in another S4) Some guys are on the 3rd or 4th, just like the DSM crew.. something pulls them back, OR they keep em forever.

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Pretty touching story.
http://www.adn.com/2012/10/04/265111...rs-in-new.html

Many of us like to have a nip now and then….use care when you do folks. A single poor decision can ruin lives.
Yup, when the story first broke I had a few thoughts, both on how that could've been Shelly and I getting hit bar hopping, it ALSO could've been me when I was younger driving the truck. Either way... it's sombering to read.
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:44 AM   #507
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"Tex Daniels has had his life changed too".(!?) He has to spend time in a cell and may not even do all the time he was sentenced to serve. I reckon some of the tears he shed were for himself, IMHO. Users of any drug are slaves to their poison of choice their whole lives. I can say from agonizing personal experience that users will almost always use again regardless of the impact on anyone around them. This Tex Daniels could serve his time and walk out of prison an able-bodied man. The people he hit with a truck will likely never be the same. Sadly once released Tex is statistically likely to do this all over again. Eat, drink and be merry. Enjoy life. If you plan on more than one drink in two hours time then have a plan to get home which doesn't involve getting behind the wheel of a vehicle. Period. It's doubtless Tex knew this and made the decision to roll the dice anyway. He had his life changed, too? I say the change wasn't drastic enough.
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:53 AM   #508
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I say the change wasn't drastic enough.
Too little, too late.

You don't know what you got till it's gone….health, youth, freedom….

I sure hope some of the younger readers here will take these words to heart….and be the agents of change for their own lives and their comrades.
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Old 10-05-2012, 07:04 AM   #509
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I may be playing devil's advocate here...but was the couple intoxicated as well? Could they have taken more precaution that could have avoided this situation where they are the ones that lose?

Sure..no one deserves what happened to them, and the 22 year old is being punished appropriately imho...hell I'm all for a longer sentence...But if they hadn't been in the wrong place at the wrong time this wouldn't have happened to them. If the couple had been drinking...did it play enough of a role to make them less aware of their surroundings possibly leaving them in a position unable to possibly react to the truck that hit them? Would a sober person have been able to react in a way to avoid getting hit?

From the accounts they were walking north on I street...which means they weren't walking against traffic which means they probably weren't aware of the truck coming, sober or not. The defensive thing to do would have been to take a route that wouldn't have left you in that situation that you can't see what's coming from behind you.

This whole story just reminds me of the driving mantra of defensive driving "All accidents are preventable". It's the same reason why some people park in the back of parking lots...they avoid parking next to other cars because they don't want people to ding their doors.

All in all, it's a ****ty situation and shouldn't of happened, but part of avoiding accidents is to take precautions to make sure you aren't in the wrong place at the wrong time...and be a smart pedestrian as well as a smart driver. Not being encased in smart airbags and a frame of a car, you will always lose against a vehicle - period.

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Old 10-05-2012, 07:42 AM   #510
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He was doing 50 mph in a 30 area, .226 bac, tried to leave the scene and your trying to say the walkers should have taken a different route? Do you do that when/if you go out? Another way of looking at it is if he hit a car instead of people walking, would you say the same thing?
People make bad choices, this one was huge!!
Not trying to be an ass or try and read too much into your post but I don't think I've ever heard defensive walking. In my opinion, he could have just gotten a cab with a .226 bac or even walk home but thats what alcohol does to you, easy to make bad choices.

Drinking and driving is a stupid choice.
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:20 AM   #511
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I'd say the same thing if he had hit a car. My car even.

And no Alex..that's not my point. I'm NOT blaming the couple..I'm simply asking if there was something they could have done smarter that would have prevented something they have to live with for the rest of their lives. Him sitting in jail isn't going to change the fact that the girl is going to have to live with those injuries for the rest of her life.

I actually think he shouldn't have been drinking at all.. He definitely shouldn't have walked home...someone would have ended up hitting him instead...This is why I don't drink except the very rare occasion. But...This isn't about what the dude did wrong..because there's a lot of things he could have changed about that night to prevent what happened..that is undeniable - that is why he is going to jail..because it's OBVIOUS he ****ed up. But my question/point is...the couple could have probably done things differently too to prevent/lesson the impact of this accident on their lives.

I've seen people WALKING in the middle of the highway before when I worked swing shift and got off at 1am. I've had people jaywalk in front of me too.. If I hit them..should I go to jail?

Obviously these situations are theoretical/not close to what actually happened...and what transpired was real..but I'm just trying to point out that you have some control in situations that seem uncontrollable. So...drive smart...and walk smart. You don't want to put yourself in the situation that you're the one that gets your life changed by a drunk driver.

Look both ways when you cross the street even when you have the greenman...don't walk with your back to traffic..avoid going out when you know people are going to be drinking and driving like New Years...wear reflective items. Try and stay alert of the vehicles around you.

The decisions you make as a pedestrian can make a difference too.
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:04 PM   #512
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Last I heard it's actually illegal to ride your bike or walk against traffic, so they wouldn't have had proper heads up anyways with the vehicle going in the same direction as they were walking.

I agree, though, I break the law by going against traffic. I hate the thought of someone getting the jump on me. I used to work downtown and was a defensive pedestrian constantly.
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Does anybody know who sells front skid plates for a 2002 wrx? Thank you in advance!
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Old 10-05-2012, 06:09 PM   #516
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Since you all keep asking about these.

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Old 10-05-2012, 08:57 PM   #521
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I have to hand it to Cobb, I sent in my AP that I bought third hand with zero proof of purchase or warranty information and they replaced the screen and shipped it back to me for free.
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that is why he is going to jail..because it's OBVIOUS he ****ed up. But my question/point is...the couple could have probably done things differently too to prevent/lesson the impact of this accident on their lives.
What, like stay at home and not live their lives?
Should they live in a bubble and not go experience a night out together on a festive evening? Should they just sit in their home and NEVER go out?

Should they not walk down the sidewalk?

The guy was speeding, jumped the curb and ran them down from behind on the sidewalk.

I know, maybe they should have been walking around in those SUMO wrestling suits so they could be cushioned from the impact of his truck….or maybe put a bunch of pillows on the spot where her head hit the ground….maybe walk around with football helmets on all the time….or…..I know, put big balloons on the front of his truck.

Inexplicably, somehow you, Kayetealynn, seem to want to find fault with the victim's behavior. They were leaving a concert early on their way back home…not stumbling drunk.

Good grief.
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Old 10-05-2012, 09:36 PM   #523
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:43 PM   #524
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I'm NOT blaming the couple......But my question/point is...the couple could have probably done things differently too to prevent/lesson the impact of this accident on their lives.
I tend to agree with Nomad on this one... the couple was walking down the sidewalk. Whenever I've been downtown I've walked down sidewalks both sober and not, and while aware of traffic moving I have NEVER expected someone hopping the curve and slamming into me. To prepare for such an event one would have to NOT walk around downtown.

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I've seen people WALKING in the middle of the highway before when I worked swing shift and got off at 1am. I've had people jaywalk in front of me too.. If I hit them..should I go to jail?
Yes, you could. Jaywalking IS illegal, however as an operator of a motor vehicle you are supposed to be in complete control at ALL times. Hitting someone jaywalking indicates you were not in control. However each case is different so .... yeah. But the possibility is there.

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wear reflective items.
For biking and walking while IN the roadway I'd agree, walking downtown/sully on a sidewalk, not so much.

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Not too sure on the laws these days, but we were taught when growing up to ride WITH traffic, and walk AGAINST traffic. Theory was ... I believe... that on a bike you are moving more quickly therefore creating less a hazard for flowing traffic (think very slow moving car coming AT you versus going same way as you) while walking you can be aware of traffic and avoid if needed.
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It's like saying the Sexual Assault Victim was asking to be raped?
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