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    although i don't have a wagon, the forum caught my eye. i noticed yesterday that my car (Subaru Impreza) and I (Samy Ismael) have the same initials, so i decided to name her Sisi.

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    I have named mine and I don't own one yet. But I will, and when I do it will be called WMD. Wagon of Mass Destruction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by e-merlin
    I have named mine and I don't own one yet. But I will, and when I do it will be called WMD. Wagon of Mass Destruction.

    HAHAHA I like that one Wagon of Mass Destruction. Nice

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    The Short Bus.

    Its a bit derogatory but I consider it self deprication since I'm riding in it.

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    The slogan for the WRX Wagon should be, "It's for the Kids!!!!". LOL That is what I tell people when they ask about the wagon. HAHA and we all get a good laugh out of it.

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    i like to imagine my wagon is a black woman... big fat ass (the tailgate/bumper), loud (3 inch straight pipe to a 4 inch cut out), and ready to just go off whenever you give'er the gas...

    *note: that was not a racist comment in anyway... so don't even try to pull any of that <_<

    oh... but no name
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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilCerealBoX
    i like to imagine my wagon is a black woman... big fat ass (the tailgate/bumper), loud (3 inch straight pipe to a 4 inch cut out), and ready to just go off whenever you give'er the gas...

    *note: that was not a racist comment in anyway... so don't even try to pull any of that <_<

    oh... but no name
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    The Batmobile. Actually my friends named it. And my bro made the decal.
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    holy battle axe batman!!!!! hehe that is cool as hell man the batman symbol fits perfectly. All the way from Alaska that is sweet. How is it up there this time of year???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maccgyver
    holy battle axe batman!!!!! hehe that is cool as hell man the batman symbol fits perfectly. All the way from Alaska that is sweet. How is it up there this time of year???
    Thanks man. My bro works for a sign/printing shop and made a few of these for me. I'm actually at school in Phoenix right now, but can't wait to get back to Ak. Though I hear it's flooding up there.
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    Batmobile: 2002 WRX wagon RIP

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    sweet, yeah probably cause of global warming hehehe all th snow is melting. Not Cool. I have always wanted to go up there and see the sights, one day I will. My aunt teaches psychology at University of Alaska. So I got an excuse to go up and visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maccgyver
    sweet, yeah probably cause of global warming hehehe all th snow is melting. Not Cool. I have always wanted to go up there and see the sights, one day I will. My aunt teaches psychology at University of Alaska. So I got an excuse to go up and visit.
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    Christine, since I bought her on 6/6/6, I took the name from that possesed car in the Stephen King book.

    The previous car (mini-van), was named the Beast. Impossible to kill no matter what was done to it, I expect it to out live the Earth.
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    I haven't actually named mine. My wife just calls it, "the other woman."
    "The tools of conquest do not necessarily come with bombs and explosions and fallout. There are weapons that are simply thoughts... attitudes... prejudices. To be found only in the minds of men. For the record, prejudices can kill, and suspicion can destroy, and the thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has a fallout all its own for the children, and the children yet unborn. And the pity of it is that these things cannot be confined to The Twilight Zone."

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