Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 19:04:54 -0400
From: "Mike Marlow" <mmarlownospamel.net>
Subject: Re: Re: Re: GM's excess baggage - Buick, Pontiac, Saab, Hummer


"SnoMan" <adminnospaman.com> wrote in message news:6qih431sl1o9i4qmp8al3k56lt0upbmlpinospamcom... > > You are bazzare. We have do not have unlimited resources (though some > like to think they are) and detriot sarted the whole SUV thing to get > around the MPG and crash standards for many years. I would venture to > say that over 90% of the people with 4x4 drive "think" they need it > because that is what detriot pushes, not because they need it. Geezus - do you see black Chevrolet helicopters hovering around your house? Detroit started all of this for their own purpose, and not to respond to their customers? Then who the hell would ever have bought them? And what about all of those vehicles being produced by every import manufacturer? They're producing SUV's to satisfy something other than their customer's demands? Those vehicles are selling for some other reason than consumer demand? Man - you've got to get a grip. > Had > Detriot no exploited the SUV MPG loop hole for profit, there would be > no SUV craze. Bull. You don't understand much about market dynamics, do you? >You make money by making a product and convincing people > they need it even if they do not. If you want your children and grand > child to have anything in future things need to change now or by the > 22nd century they will be looking for another planet to live on. > Anceint Dinosuars roamed the earth for 100 million years plus but but > mordern one call man is going to destroy climate and planet in the > span a of few thousand years with most the damage in the last 50 or so > years. Save the planet then - quit breathing. You'll emit less CO2. Global warming is caused by people like you blowing hot air in groups like this. -- -Mike- mmarlowREMOVEnospamel.net

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