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hmm

by tattimann / April 2, 2006 12:28 AM PST

I would but this car is not out yet, so if anybody saw this car at the car show pleas tell me

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Three things...
by John.Wilkinson / April 2, 2006 7:44 AM PDT
In reply to: hmm

1.) Please stop creating new threads every tinme you submit a post. It simply clogs the forums and causes confusion. (Such in your above post, what car are you referring to??) Instead of clicking "Create New Discussion" click "Reply to this message."

2.) Assuming you're still referring to the Audi Q7, yes, it can truly seat 7 passengers.

3.) Over the past two months you have asked general questions (that the manufacturer's websites can answer) about over 2 dozen automobiles of various types, sizes, and prices. If you click here and click here, you'll find two replies I wrote to you nearly a month ago making simply suggestions and requesting more information about what you want. (So far you have provided none.) You never replied to either post.

If you are serious about choosing an automobile, please respond to one of those posts. If you are not serious, please stop pursuing a topic you're not committed to. Either way, please stop creating a new thread every time you wish to post...pick one thread, preferably one of the two I've linked to, and stick with it.

Sincerely,
John Wilkinson

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Does he read the posts?
by Dan Filice / April 4, 2006 3:07 AM PDT
In reply to: Three things...

John,

Sadly, I don't think he reads the answers that people provide to his posts. At least I've never seen a follow-up reply from him to anyone givng an answer. I'm not picking on anyone, but I've given answers too and never seen a reply. I've given up replying.

Dan

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