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Poor Reggie (Merge)

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I knew that Bently I just bought sight unseen on Craig's List was too good to be true. Probably wont get my $20 back now.

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you do crazy things when you down a few

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The valet attendant must have just watched "Ferris Bueller's Day Off".

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The valet attendant must have just watched "Ferris Bueller's Day Off".

buellerferrari2.jpg

That Ferrari > 87's Bentley

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buellerferrari2.jpg

That Ferrari > 87's Bentley

You have a great point :spit: Wish I had Reggies problem
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You have a great point :spit: Wish I had Reggies problem

Of course, that would be a nice problem to have... Having someone go over it with a fine tooth comb to see if they valet caused it any damage.
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buellerferrari2.jpg

That Ferrari > 87's Bentley

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Well you can't blame the valet for trying to drive Reggie's car.

I would do the same thing.

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I knew that Bently I just bought sight unseen on Craig's List was too good to be true. Probably wont get my $20 back now.

Great post.

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Just read an article where a valet working at the hotel where Reggie was staying was found in the possession of Reggies Bentley on a city street while intoxicated.

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Already posted "Poor Reggie" Thread

Just saw that. Posted an apology there. If Mods want to merge it or delete it I'm ok w/ that.

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Sorry. Didn't see this post & just posted about this same article.

No worries. Mods will clean it up :)

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From the article:

... leaving work Saturday night without clocking out, and driving the Bentley while drunk...

I have 100 bucks that says this kid becomes a politician

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