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"The next time you see somebody driving a Ferrari, don't think this is somebody who is greedy, think this is somebody who is incredibly vulnerable and in need of love. In other words, feel sympathy, rather than contempt."- Alain de Botton
31 July 2009 | Permalink
I prefer to feel gratitude for the public good of the rolling sculpture.
Virginia Postrel |
31 July 2009 at 11:44 PM
Virginia, I agree. I'll judge the car separate from the driver. I love a GTO no matter who is driving it.
Actually, I have two friends who own a Ferrari, and each of them are amazing people. Of course, they're owners of front-engine, V-12 machines from the 1960's. With Pininfarina bodywork. No gold-chain Magnum PI cars there.
Diego Rodriguez |
02 August 2009 at 10:49 PM
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