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I just read that this morning. That has got to be one of the dumbest things I have ever heard.

You cant drive the car and you cant hear the noise. WTF? Whats the point?

Dont mean to be rude, but, I cant find any reason for it. I mean 130,000 watts and nine 15" subs! thats just crazy.



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This may not be related--okay, so it isn't. But that reminds me of this, a conceptual skyscraper that was planned for Tokyo (see bottom of the page)...4000 meters tall, about 9 times taller than the current tallest building in the world (and almost 8 times taller than the tallest under construction).


I guess the common theme is "crazy things." So, take that for what it's worth.

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dude, its great! plus the prize money is worth it. a formal spl competetor, its a hoppy and an obsession, but it can reap great rewards. I think its cool.
you can make stumbling blocks, or stepping stones out of the same things, what have you built?
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Anybody who spends $80,000US to fund a craving for a sound system that can't play music would, in a saner place, be considered, perhaps, "out of sorts.


Anybody who would lavish that money on a car they can't drive would, also, most likely, be thought of as being "a sandwich short of a picnic".


But to do both of these things, at the same time, to the ends that it consumes all else? And solely for the sake of a competition that the average citizen would likely find pointless and inane?

(Actual conversation with mom or girlfriend- "Honey, I did 168 today!" "That's nice.")


The levels of stupidity and selfishness involved are saddening.


Do these people not think they, or others, might be better served doing more, doing something else, with that money?

The guy at the end of the story, this Parsons guy, sounds by comparison like the voice of reason.






I'm a lot more like I am now than I was when I got here.






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Makes one helluva "portable" bass amp, eh (picturing that scene from the first "Back to the Future" movie and the giant amp).



Beware the lollipop of mediocrity; one lick and you suck forever.
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