Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 02:52:59 GMT
From: still me <wheeledBobnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: GM's excess baggage - Buick, Pontiac, Saab, Hummer


On Sun, 13 May 2007 19:07:27 GMT, johannes <johsnospamnospam-efitter.com> wrote: >I've been to many places in US, people are very friendly, I must say. Let us know where, we will get that fixed ASAP! >It's a great country with lots of space, hence large cars as people like >to drive around vast distances. I even saw a large mobile home car with a >smaller car in tow, presumably for the odd shopping trips. WHen you park the RV, you spend a lot of time leveling it so that all the plumbing systems work. So, you bring along a car for trips once the RV is parked. > People seem >fairly laid back, because they mostly can afford to as petrol (gas) is >cheap. They eat huge meals, and it sometimes shows... He, he, bigger is better! Seriously, most people here tend to equate quantity with quality at restaurants. They also consume a lot of crap that shouldn't go into their bodies in quantity. >The Gran Canyon is >a phenomenal breathtaking sight, it confirmed the old theory that the >earth is flat end ends somewhere :-) We spent several years scraping out that canyon, I'm glad you like it. It was just flat ground when we started. >They have now build a glass ramp >where you can walk right out in the canyon, should be quite spectacular >and a bit scary. Naturally, EU and the countries want to set their mark >as the origin of philosophy and science. Nobody should take patent on >being the best in the world, as it will only be short lived. Some countries have learned this, some companies, there are many left of both that still need to learn.

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