Monday, July 2, 2007
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Sign #453 that GM is not a well-run company
The Associated Press, "GM Hopes Film Will Transform Sales," July 2, 2007.
Posters outside theaters across the country list Jon Voight, Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox as the stars of the summer action flick "Transformers."
posted by Dan on 07.02.07 at 02:42 PM
Of course, the coolest car is a Decepticon, which is a Selene Mustang in Cop-disguise.
Hey Dan, have you ever seen Megan Fox?!?! http://www.megansafox.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=70
Will I buy a GM car because she's in the movie? Nope...you're right (as always, most of the time).posted by: PHD 2 B on 07.02.07 at 02:42 PM [permalink]
GM's newest are vastly improved and fully competitive. Most of the country does not realize it yet. GM needs to bring this to public attention.
GM is still entirely missing the point. They don't need better PR; they need better products. They don't make a nice fuel efficient car with a good maintenance record. And they have outsourced so many components that my 2004 Toyota is more made in the USA than most so-called domestic vehicles. It's time for US carmakers to wake up, accept or exceed the proposed fuel standards, and copy Toyota and Honda. It's the only way they'll survive and I hope they do.
posted by: Leah on 07.02.07 at 02:42 PM [permalink]
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