The Wall Street Journal reveals that "car repossessors score big by 'popping' the Porsches of fallen dot-commers." The story cites a private company's estimation that automotive repossessions have tripled in 2000, because many tech workers can no longer afford expensive cars. The reporter describes how repo men use a "few tricks for dealing with the young and still-affluent-at heart" in order to avoid traumatizing them.
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