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  • perfect_market perfect_market Aug 10, 2013 9:25 AM Flag

    gm to revive smaller pickups, part 2

    ACME, Mich. = "General Motors offered the first look Thursday at its all-new midsize pickup family, which it will start selling next year." , detroit free press

    omg! acme michigan? isn't that where looney toons is produced?

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    • {{omg! acme michigan? isn't that where looney toons is produced?}}

      You obviously can't afford some of the finer things in life, in fact, you clearly aren't even aware of them. Google 'Grand Traverse Resort and Spa' in Acme, MI. Three golf courses...designed by Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and Bill Newcomb. Great restaurants (especially Sunday Brunch). All near the spectacular Grand Traverse Bay area in NW Michigan.

      One word of caution, don't drive your 1995 Mercedes, you be laughed at.

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      • the why’s

        "You obviously can't afford some of the finer things in life, in fact, you clearly aren't even aware of them.”

        gee, maybe i should cancel my two week rental in attwood next summer.

        you forgot to mention that I don’t need to enhance my self-esteem by posting client data on the gm message board, perform flowery spreadsheet analysis of gm’s financials and, whine about macro-economic policy.

        btw, why do you think I have a 1995 merc? why not another year. did you ever think that because I am a consultant, i fly in/fly out to work instead of using my personal car? i average less than 5k per year on that car. if you truly consulted instead of mooched off your network buddies you’d be traveling a lot more and would know that.

        why do you need to name drop so much? why are you responding to

    • Did they name it the "ROADRUNNER COYOTE!"?

 
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