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2 rows of seats?

2 rows of seats?

Any talk of just 2 rows of seats? I have no use for a 3rd row of seats. With the Falcon doors, an open cargo space would make it perfect for transporting bikes.

mwenn1 | January 16, 2015

I remember hearing awhile back the 3rd row seats were optional

Brian H | January 16, 2015

Multiple posts on the same topic is ignorant and arrogant.

vandacca | January 16, 2015

Not to mention repetitive and redundant.

Red Sage ca us | January 16, 2015

Reduce, reuse, and recycle repugnant regurgitated remarks.

jjs | January 16, 2015

I'm sorry I missed this the first 3 times. What's this about? Wait let me sit down first, second and......

beeee2 | January 16, 2015

To those of you who were ugly enough to post sarcastic remarks, this was my first time posting and I accidentally hit
submit twice. I apologize for that. Now crawl back into your holes. I won't be posting any more You can all rest peacefully tonight.

jjs | January 16, 2015

@beee2 - Didn't mean to offend. Don't take it personally. Some of us just like to have some fun. Others are a bit hard, but overall we are and odd eclectic but well meaning bunch.

Anyway, I'll crawl back into my hole now. :)

David Trushin | January 16, 2015

Don't take it personally. They do this to everyone. Pbendo even does it to himself from a different name.

jjs | January 16, 2015

How do we even know that's really you David, I mean Pbendo!

jjs | January 16, 2015

O, darn.....I was supposed to be in my hole. Sorry

Brian H | January 17, 2015

Hitting "Submit" twice is almost impossible here. It disables and then clears after the first.

vandacca | January 18, 2015

I think you can hit submit, back, and submit again.

Red Sage ca us | January 18, 2015

Some of us even do it to ourselves. We know the Forum software is wonky. And sometimes it fun to point that out too.

Be welcome, but forewarned: Tesla Motors has 95% of the techie smarty-pants online market sewn up!

Brian H | January 18, 2015

Why would you hit 'back'? Pointless.

helge-la | January 18, 2015

An interesting topic ends up in a hole. Puhhh.

vandacca | January 19, 2015

@Brian H, I always hit back (Command+Left.Arrow) after finishing a thread to get back to the Main Discussions page. I'm primarily a keyboard user (rather than mouse) so I use many keyboard short cuts rather than scrolling back to the top of the page and selecting the "Back to Tesla Model X Discussion" button.

On my first post, I hit SUBMIT twice too, thinking that I could (possibly) fix my grammatical mistake and over-write my previous post. Instead I got a duplicate posting, as I half-expected. No harm in trying? :)

So, now after a I make a post, I hit the "back" twice to get to the main Model-X discussion page.

Brian H | January 19, 2015

vandacca;
Extremely inefficient. Open all new-flagged topics in separate tabs, then proceed through them, closing each as you finish it.

vandacca | January 19, 2015

@Brian_H, that's a good option too. I usually open links in external tabs, but opening threads in external tabs would probably be just as good. I'll try both ways and see which I like. Thanks for the recommendation.

Guy2095 | January 19, 2015

Oh gaaahhhhh, Brian H. and I approach something the same way, very unsettling.

Brian H | January 19, 2015

An external link goes in Next Tab, which is closed when finished, and I return to the originating Topic.

georgehawley.fl.us | January 20, 2015

Wait a minute. Forum following is a way to kill time. Optimizing Forum following is therefore oxymoronic. This thread in particular stands out as a wonderful way to kill time while contemplating the eventual arrival of the Model X with two or three rows of seats: buyer's choice.