What kind of homework does one have to do to test the hypothesis of douchbaggey driverless? Just like the Corolla drivers I encounter daily I also encounter the stereotypical dbag s/rs driver, it's my own empirical evidence, it just happens others also share my view. And I don't think you can argue that things will eventually change (tastes, enemies, desires, demographics, leaders, empires, etc) just so happens Audi is now the go to car of choice of dbags.rsang39 wrote: ↑Jan 26th, 2016 2:36 pmVariety of factors. Movies, TV shows, introduction of the M3 in the mid 80s, increasing interest in motorsport racing, tech boom of the 90's making BMWs more affordable for more people, etc. What happens is that over the course of several years people begin associating X with Y and one way or another people started developing the impression that all BMW drivers were self-righteous, pretentious drivers. As funny as it is, people will buy a BMW because that's the exact image they want to portray and that's how it starts. Personally I think it's absolutely stupid to stereotype that someone who drives X car, wears Y brand, or has some particular sticker on their car (i.e. Browning, Fox Racing, Monster etc) just because "you heard it on TV or through the internet". All you're doing is perpetuating the stereotype, making assumptions, and jumping to conclusions without bothering to do homework. That's simply my opinion however and it's largely due to the fact that I engage in evidence-based problem solving.
But you seem very defensive, you don't happen to drive an Audi do you?