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Old 12-12-2013, 08:34 AM   #1
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Is anyone exceptional? When it comes time to subaru's?
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Old 12-12-2013, 08:56 AM   #2
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Old 12-12-2013, 09:05 AM   #3
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What are you talking about....

Let's assume you meant "Best".

Let's assume you didn't search at all:
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2514495
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2472136
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Old 12-12-2013, 10:04 AM   #4
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We use Boyles in Medford/Somerville area, they did the Widebody kit for our evo x time attack car. Another one is Sansossio Autobody in Natick, speak to Phil JR. and tell him Jason from Kaizen sent you. He does majority if not all of my friend's cars. All of which are show worthy cars.
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Old 12-12-2013, 11:04 AM   #5
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When it comes time to subaru's?
Can someone please diagram that sentence for me? Is the noun described by the posessive implied? If so, what is it. Is the verb implied?

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Old 12-12-2013, 12:04 PM   #6
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Can someone please diagram that sentence for me? Is the noun described by the posessive implied? If so, what is it. Is the verb implied?

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You rang?

Grammar is perfect in there. For once, Getz got it right. Little known fact, "Subaru" is not only a proper noun, but also a verb. So by saying, "When it comes time to Subarus", he's saying "When it comes time to [do the following]"



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Old 12-12-2013, 01:43 PM   #7
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You rang?

Grammar is perfect in there. For once, Getz got it right. Little known fact, "Subaru" is not only a proper noun, but also a verb. So by saying, "When it comes time to Subarus", he's saying "When it comes time to [do the following]"
I really want to learn here. So I can accept that Subaru can somehow be a verb. "Why don't you Subaru that straw up your nose". Ok, I get that. But the posessive has me stumped. Subaru's. Subaru's wheel......that I get. Or is it the contraction of Subaru is. Ah, that's it. But there's no target for that is. I am confuse.
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Old 12-12-2013, 02:31 PM   #8
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Everything in this thread has been on point, carry on.
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Old 12-12-2013, 02:51 PM   #9
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Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
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Old 12-12-2013, 10:55 PM   #10
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Jesus. I mistype a subject (which I can't edit) and the people with no life come out of the woodworks (here they come again) to complain or point out my fault. If I re-posted I would get flamed by the same twerps or probably more for misusing this site. Well that just goes to show the massive amount of insecurity you have. Seriously people... Work on yourself, don't go pointing out faults. You'll be very unhappy for the rest of your life.

Anyway, not everything in this thread is on topic. I was inquiring about people's opinions on the best body shop in the Boston area. I'm not interested in people flagrantly pointing out some of my grammatical choices.

So, back on topic: Does anyone else have opinions on the best auto body shops in the Boston area? Are they based off of personal experience? Any shops that specifically deal with Subaru's?
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Old 12-12-2013, 11:48 PM   #11
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Today's Collision in Malden gets a ton of Subarus that are damaged during shipment, so I would consider them "Good with Subarus". They are super friendly/proffesional and recommended by insurance companies as well.
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Old 12-13-2013, 09:21 AM   #12
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We use Boyles in Medford/Somerville area, they did the Widebody kit for our evo x time attack car. Another one is Sansossio Autobody in Natick, speak to Phil JR. and tell him Jason from Kaizen sent you. He does majority if not all of my friend's cars. All of which are show worthy cars.
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Jesus. I mistype a subject (which I can't edit) and the people with no life come out of the woodworks (here they come again) to complain or point out my fault. If I re-posted I would get flamed by the same twerps or probably more for misusing this site. Well that just goes to show the massive amount of insecurity you have. Seriously people... Work on yourself, don't go pointing out faults. You'll be very unhappy for the rest of your life.

Anyway, not everything in this thread is on topic. I was inquiring about people's opinions on the best body shop in the Boston area. I'm not interested in people flagrantly pointing out some of my grammatical choices.

So, back on topic: Does anyone else have opinions on the best auto body shops in the Boston area? Are they based off of personal experience? Any shops that specifically deal with Subaru's?
Did you go to the above links? bunch of shops listed in there.
Then there's Boyles
And Sansossio
Vivid Touch Auto Body in Malden, MA
"Assured collision, Walpole MA. We're the best. Period" straight out of one of the threads.
Try Todays Collision in Malden - WHAT?? Double recommendations?!?
Derby Autobody Dracut MA
Thomas autobody in Hingham. Of all the body shops I deal with they are one of the best

I don't post threads for you to read for no reason. I pulled all of those shops out of the threads. Those are people's personal experiences with those shops.

People have been offering up suggestions left and right. It's up to you to follow up on them. Take the initiative, click the links we give you.

And stop whining about us poking fun at you a little bit.

I do love that your typos and errors are "grammatical choices". That made me
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Old 12-13-2013, 10:08 AM   #13
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Old 12-13-2013, 10:51 AM   #14
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I've used whatever Foreign Motors West (Herb Chambers?) is now called in the Legemere section of Ashland on several cars. I've always figured that if they're good enough to repair Bentleys, they can repair my car. Have had several cars done there and they work directly with my insurance company. Last time in, I had them do some PDR on an unrelated part of the car. More convenient for me than separately getting that done.
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Old 12-13-2013, 12:24 PM   #15
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Now that the OP got his answers....

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I really want to learn here. So I can accept that Subaru can somehow be a verb. "Why don't you Subaru that straw up your nose". Ok, I get that. But the posessive has me stumped. Subaru's. Subaru's wheel......that I get. Or is it the contraction of Subaru is. Ah, that's it. But there's no target for that is. I am confuse.
Still waiting for Loyale to answer this. Subaru isn't and can't be a verb. It's a trademarked name, hence, always a (proper) noun.

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Old 12-13-2013, 12:47 PM   #16
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Still waiting for Loyale to answer this. Subaru isn't and can't be a verb. It's a trademarked name, hence, always a (proper) noun.

--kC
Sure, let me just hoover that up off the carpet.
And then I'll Band-Aid that cut.
Maybe Swiffer the floor.
I'll Google that for some answers.
I'm going Xerox a copy of this document and maybe Photoshop the numbers a bit.
Oh crap, forgot to Tivo the game last night!
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Old 12-13-2013, 12:53 PM   #17
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Sure, let me just hoover that up off the carpet.
And then I'll Band-Aid that cut.
Maybe Swiffer the floor.
I'll Google that for some answers.
I'm going Xerox a copy of this document and maybe Photoshop the numbers a bit.
Oh crap, forgot to Tivo the game last night!
I think you win.
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Old 12-13-2013, 03:26 PM   #18
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Sure, let me just hoover that up off the carpet.
And then I'll Band-Aid that cut.
Maybe Swiffer the floor.
I'll Google that for some answers.
I'm going Xerox a copy of this document and maybe Photoshop the numbers a bit.
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Old 12-13-2013, 05:20 PM   #19
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Still waiting for Loyale to answer this. Subaru isn't and can't be a verb. It's a trademarked name, hence, always a (proper) noun.

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Sure, let me just hoover that up off the carpet.
And then I'll Band-Aid that cut.
Maybe Swiffer the floor.
I'll Google that for some answers.
I'm going Xerox a copy of this document and maybe Photoshop the numbers a bit.
Oh crap, forgot to Tivo the game last night!


You just got Loyale93'dô
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Sure, let me just hoover that up off the carpet.
And then I'll Band-Aid that cut.
Maybe Swiffer the floor.
I'll Google that for some answers.
I'm going Xerox a copy of this document and maybe Photoshop the numbers a bit.
Oh crap, forgot to Tivo the game last night!







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Old 12-13-2013, 05:42 PM   #21
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Sure, let me just hoover that up off the carpet.
And then I'll Band-Aid that cut.
Maybe Swiffer the floor.
I'll Google that for some answers.
I'm going Xerox a copy of this document and maybe Photoshop the numbers a bit.
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Old 12-14-2013, 12:40 AM   #22
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Now that the OP got his answers....

Still waiting for Loyale to answer this. Subaru isn't and can't be a verb. It's a trademarked name, hence, always a (proper) noun.

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You just got Loyale93'dô
Dear internet, it has come to my attention that you may be soft skinned and not be able to take simple jokes pertaining to your spelling and/or general choices in grammar. And that I may have personally caused irreparable damage to your mental well being.

Apparently making light of the Original Poster's spelling of the word "Best", use of the word "Subaru" as both a possessive noun and a proper noun verb, and attempting to force them to utilize the search function is also ill advised. I would like to publicly apologize to Getz for trying to get him to read threads that would deliver a multitude of answers. Instead, I should have done the right thing and read those threads myself and then reported back to Getz with the answers to his questions. It is apparently better to give a man a fish than to teach him to fish. Even though fishing isn't that hard.

Getz, I'm sorry that I tried to make you do a little bit of your own work in both this and the Accessport thread by making you click on links and read the information therein. I hope you will accept this apology from me. And on behalf of the rest of the internet, I wish you well in your endeavours in life.

Furthermore, KC, I'd like to apologize to you as well. Clearly, it was not your intent to be made a fool in front of the world by claiming that proper nouns could not be verbs. I have thought long and hard :snicker: about this, and have decided that what I did was wrong. That you, as an average person above the age of 18, were not able to handle being the butt of a joke. Again, my deepest and sincerest apologies.

And although it may get me some points (Hi Jack, Nate, and Nick!) and a time-out... I'd like to share what brought about this revelation to my newfound views about life on the web.




My favorite part is Item #3, where this person assumes that they are not required to do any research at all before asking a question.

Seacrest out!
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Old 12-14-2013, 03:39 AM   #23
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Q: Is anyone exceptional?
A: Yes.
Q: When it comes time to subaru's?
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Old 12-14-2013, 09:54 AM   #25
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Lots of love for this thread! There is nothing better to put a smile on my face after the gnarly 24 hour stomach bug that is going around. Bravo Loyale!

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