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  • tslamaniac tslamaniac Apr 19, 2014 1:21 PM Flag

    One driver has ruined 5 drivetrains.

     

    In the shorty world, this proves the product is defective. In the real world, the ruined of drivetrains has proven himself to be the root cause. In shorty world, a stock which climbs from under 20 to 265 and is currently at 198 is not only the most terrible stock on the market. No, the problem is that the company is a farce, the product is a dangerous, and the company and everything around it is the epitome of evil. This is not an exaggeration of shorty's opinion. Shorty feels obliged to do battle (in the internet way) with TSLA day and night for months on end without breaks to bathe or kiss his supporting parents who live upstairs in the main part of the house.

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    • " One driver has ruined 5 drivetrains. In the shorty world, this proves the product is defective."

      In the long world, this proves the product is great... a cause for upward momentum. Six ruined drive trains would be better. Seven should make the stock shoot skyward assymptotically. Brilliant!

    • "No, the problem is that the company is a farce, the product is a dangerous, and the company and everything around it is the epitome of evil"

      You've nailed it!

      Now, how are we going to slay that dragon?
      The keyboard is mightier than the sword.

      Take *%#* that Eloon......^%$# ... and take THIS *&^%* as well
      You want more?
      Well #@$% you
      and $#^% all your money and your mansions.
      $#%^& your stupid Terdsla.
      ^%$#* your flock of disciples.
      *&^% your Afrikaner daddy and your brother.
      ^%$&* the lot of you!

      Have a nice Easter.

      • 1 Reply to keefwotgetsaround
      • This guy is not bashing Tesla, he's defending them:

        Pungoteague_Dave | March 10, 2014
        (( To answer the question, both S and P models have had the dreaded hum issue. My S had its drive train replaced at about 11k miles and has been silent since. I was told at the time that the inverter/motor assembly has been under continual development and that my car was getting the latest, newest version (as of November - one must assume there's a better version out now). )))

        My spin: Tesla is treating these consumers well and replacing the entire drive trains but who is paying for this?

        Bigger question: Were these enormous repairs expected and has Tesla set aside money to cover them. If not then the auditors might force Tesla to do so and this will hurt the bottom line.

 
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