You say that you want gloves with the MB star on them and they should be uninsulated. Then, you say that you drive at the highest possible speed in the mountains during the winter and that is why you uninsulated gloves with the MB star on them.
You may wish to slow down and turn on your heater and then, you wouldn't need uninsulated gloves with the MB star or logo on them.
Anyway, your post about the gloves conjured up images of a laughable, yet pitiful sight that everyone has seen. You still see the spectacle today. Whenever someone gets,owns and drives a small car that is a convertible like an old MG or a Miata or such, they feel compelled to get a golfer's cap and a big dog in the passengers seat and the ubiquitous, flowing scarf around their neck.
We had a boat that we used to spend many week-ends on as it stayed in the water. Invariably, we would spy a boat owner or guest strutting down the dock, decked out in all white, black and gold eschlon and stripes festooned on the white uniform. To cap it off (pardon the pun), there, perched on top of their head would be a Captain's hat complete with golden 'scrambled eggs' on the black visor.
Oh, it was quite a sight to see. They were so full of themselves that their eyes stared straight ahead, as if on a mission and their bearing or gait was full of officiousness.
The hilarious piÃ¨ce de rÃ©sistance was when these jerks would look to see if anyone was watching them and if they were satisfied that they could clandestinely board their YACHT they would get on the tiniest of boats in the marina.
We didn't laugh at the size of the boat, we laughed at the size of the ego of the owner.
To belabor this further, years ago, perhaps eons, when in my teens, I worked for a large company and heard customers address the employees as 'mister' or 'mrs.'. Thinking that I could elevate myself, I answered the phone as "Mister whatever". It didn't take long before a customer called in and let me know that I was not a "Mister" Oh well, it was a good try at promoting myself.
What has this to do with the subject of Mercedes Benz? Well, there was a logo mentioned, earlier on.
Whenever one asks a question, one should always be prepared for the answer - any answer.
dahappybanana - 12/23/2005 1:52 AM
These are responces I would expect if I asked some assholes. Let me explain somethings to you. One, it gets damn cold up here in the winter. Two, the 300E, while I love the steering wheel, it is rather tight leather and thus can get slippery, especially since when I drive through the twisty mountain roads at the highest possible speed whilst still staying in the white and yellow I tend to sweat. There have been a few times where a good pair of driving gloves would have been nice to have.