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Old 11-26-2007, 05:24 PM   #1
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Hey all. I'm looking to pick up Sirius finally, but I can't decide which unit I want. I'm toiling between the Stiletto 1 and the Stiletto 2. I want it to be both MP3 and Sat. and also useable in all vehicles.

Anyone have any experience with either unit?

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A buddy at work has that, but I'm not sure which system. His has a detachable iPod like thing, and he listens to it on his motorcycle too.

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You are going to look odd in six inch heels, Jack.
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You are going to look odd in six inch heels, Jack.
That's why I need the advice. The stiletto 2 is more for the working mom and the heels are only 3".
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My dad has Sirius it grea. Youll love it.
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Jack... with 3" heels...? I find that thought disturbing and unsettling.
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That's why I need the advice. The stiletto 2 is more for the working mom and the heels are only 3".

Thigh high boots are better for pole dancing, you might want to factor that in.
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Multiple vehicles???
Don't you need to own a couple before you need it in multiple vehicles???
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My dad has Sirius it grea. Youll love it.
Oh, I have no doubts about that. Hopefully I'll listen to something other than the Blue Collar Comedy Channel. I'm just trying to get some more info on the 2 units I'm looking at. I think I'm the last person in the world that doesn't have an MP3 player and if I can get the best of both worlds then the cost really isn't prohibitive. Plus would like to have it portable between all vehicles.
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That's why I need the advice. The stiletto 2 is more for the working mom and the heels are only 3".
Is that why they kicked you out of Arkansas Jack.
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Is that why they kicked you out of Arkansas Jack.
Why because I'm a working mom?
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Why because I'm a working mom?
Tiny's censoring filter won't let me respond to that.
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Tiny's censoring filter won't let me respond to that.
Damn her. We need someone in charge to tell her whats up.
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Actually I can't blame it on her. I just had nothing but crude and tackless things to say.
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I'd definately go with the Stiletto 2. More features and space if I remember correctly.

Sirius is awesome... I don't think I could go back to regular radio.
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Damn her. We need someone in charge to tell her whats up.

My filter? My filter? Are you fooking kidding me?? ........And who's big enough to tell me what's up Jack? Just curious.
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I'll tell you what's up Tiny! I'm the kinda guy you would kick my ass but feel bad about it afterwards...
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Hey Jack, I had sirius in my previous vehicle. LOVED it.. My favorite thing EVER I thought about putting it in the Jeep now that I have the hard top on, but I can't really afford it right now to be honest.

I can tell you this, A. You will LOVE sirius. Much much better than FM, better than radio, and most people like it more than XM

B. Get it from Best Buy, or somewhere where you can get a no questions asked replacement warranty. I don't know about now, but a year and a half ago, they had a lot of problems with the units. The connections would fry, antenna cable would go bad etc. I was replacing mine every 2-3 months.

C. I have an older sirius radio laying around if you want to work something out. Doesn't do MP3s, but it wouldn't cost ya 400 bucks either. Just not sure if I want to get rid of it or not yet
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Oh, I have no doubts about that. Hopefully I'll listen to something other than the Blue Collar Comedy Channel. I'm just trying to get some more info on the 2 units I'm looking at. I think I'm the last person in the world that doesn't have an MP3 player and if I can get the best of both worlds then the cost really isn't prohibitive. Plus would like to have it portable between all vehicles.
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Thigh high boots are better for pole dancing, you might want to factor that in.
Mmmmm, I'm factoring in the idea of you wrenching on your junk in those boots! Grrr!!!

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Mmmmm, I'm factoring in the idea of you wrenching on your junk in those boots! Grrr!!!

You think some sick SH*T MAN!
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I wrench in boots. Hiking boots. Jack needs advice on his footwear... stop hijacking...... wait.... it was a radio with heels.... or.... I'm lost.
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Gotta love the "Off Topic" thread. This one started out talking about Sirrus radios and look where it led....

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Jack... with 3" heels...? I find that thought disturbing and unsettling.
kinda like your pic of scout in drag.
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I like these...how much those goin for?
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Yeah, like you weren't visualizing her in some thigh high patent leather boots!

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