You see, when Pakwheelers are excited about throwing a reply towards someone which they expect will not be answered, they, more often than not make extremely stupid mistakes which make them humiliated and run away from the discussion themselves. Its not my mistake.
I DID NOT provide the MBA thesis as a support to my argument, Ahsan sahab, I said the link 'the other guy provided' was basically an excerpt from this. In excitement you missed the whole damn point and the rest of your post revolves around the same thing. You should follow the discussion and remain on top when you have to respond instead of trying to sound scholarly.
Plz keep your distorted enlightenment to yourself. Just because somebody's father may be an ENT surgeon, you can't expect them to write volumes on nasal surgery.
What's the point in this? Will someone tell me if this above statement has any argument!?
Oh, really! But the same MBA thesis for which you provided the link here, on its 26th page plz read this: "Intervals between oil changes for natural gas vehicles are dramatically extended--anywhere from 10,000 to 25,000 additional miles depending on how the vehicle is used".
Jinab, in this case the Page # 26 is wrong. And while you yourself said its a MBA thesis, the whole book can be wrong. Who gives a damn about the book anyway? I did not present it as a support of my argument.
CNG IS DRY!! DRY MEANS destruction, more wear and tear. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to understand that man c'mon? You based your whole argument on one stupid line and then you blame others for humiliation caused? I don't care what this MBA thesis has to say. Everyone who has been to school or has passed primary would understand this. That CNG is dry, causes more heat.. causes more wear and tear? What were you thinking when you quoted that line?
People generally get humiliated because of their stupidity. And trust me Ahsan, stupidity is serious disease.
Yes, this is indeed your own concept of CNG because no engineering analysis could support this outrageous approach.
No, it was Obama's concept of CNG. What does this mean now? What do I mean when I say "here is my understanding" -- OBVIOUSLY it means I am telling you my understanding because of the virtue of the fact that I wrote I am telling my understanding.
Laughing Out Loud. If all those super duper PAF friends of yours can't make you discern b/w 'octane' and 'octane number', why feel indebted to them?
You know, you would have saved this humiliation very easily if you would JUST WRITE "octane number" in Google.
You're actually suggesting here that Octane Number is basically a 'type' of octane and not the concentration of octane.
Source: Octane rating - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Too bad man.. you missed it.
I can keep on writing and you, and everyone who supports your arguments will keep on getting humiliated but I'll save my time and your time and come to the conclusion:
- You wasted your time writing the huge post because:
BUT IN SPITE OF ALL WHAT I HAVE SAID ABOVE You've missed a very clear point in the discussion:
No where did I say that I am in the favor of not running the car on CNG.
2. Why do most Pakwheelers want to prove themselves authority on something about which they don't have a clue?
And why the heck do they disappear when they cannot answer an argument?
- CNG Is bad. You know that? Why would you write the above HUGE pointless response when you cannot answer:
And then comes the question of misguiding people. The easiest way to know if CNG is good for your engine or not is this: Ask the people who are making cars.
Really very simple, isn't it? Do you think a single one of them will recommend you to put CNG in it? If no, why no? They are getting benefit out of it. Because as soon as you put CNG, they don't have to worry about your warranty. Why would they still not want you to put CNG?
Obviously because they make cars. They know how they work. They know what is harmful for it and what is not.
What we are discussing here is "should one really put CNG in Honda City 09/10 or not." And we are sharing our experience about it. We nowhere started the discussion that CNG is good or CNG is bad.
Not always is the most expensive thing the best.
Coming to your punch line:
Plus with this rude attitude of yours, you'll soon lose all your friends. Nobody except your parents would love you. You need a lesson in humility. I agree some of the naysayers who said your city couldn't get 21 kmpl (City can indeed get 21 kmpl) weren't decent to you, but neither were you decent to others, so it is the same. Only humblification is the way the salvation.
You know Ahsan, you assumed I am being rude. If I was technically being rude or someone could point out a sentence of mine which they though were rude, then admins at Pakwheels would have suspended my account long time ago.
The reason why you assumed I am rude is most probably because I don't Laugh out loud and I don't roll on the floor laughing.
I try to use proper punctuated English which is easiest to read, but since I don't have things like "hahahahahah" and "heheheheh" and "Oh Yea? LOL!!!! oh man ROFL!!!!!" (not to mention those infinite exclamation marks) People assume I am being rude.
Even though my this response may look rude to you, I am not rude about you at all.
I have this belief that since the letters we type while chatting or on forums don't transmit the feelings, we shouldn't try to do that as it will only make us look more idiot.
And what makes me unhappy mostly is when people are originally idiot, and they try and sound scholarly while they don't know anything about a particular subject.
One guy started debating with me about the thing I do as my profession, while he was in A' Levels! Oh man Kill me!