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Comment Of The Day: Hurtful Stereotypes Edition

Earlier today, nefarious miscreant and Jalopnik “writer” Kristen Lee slandered the good, hard working, salt-of-the-earth people who happen to own BMWs. Apparently there is a stereotype out there that they are not the kind, courteous drivers that they really are. Many of you agreed with her, as you are all unwashed peasants who do not understand greatness. Read more...
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