Why do you insist on posting baloney only to have other clearly demonstrate that you're a dolt?
The same applies to qqq, box_head and webby.
You don't have a clue. You never did. You never will. You don't belong here. Go away please.
I see that the nasty post by mellon_head, or some other MORON, got removed.
"The new Mustang is better looking once again."
Better than the previous generation or are you comparing it to the new Camaro?
Personally, I'm not a fan of the new Mustang that much. Yes, in all seriousness I said that.
I have been a 2 time owner of Mustang GTs ('84.5 and '87) so I'm a fan of the model, in general.
Webby gets a thumbs up from me on this one - it's been at least a couple of months since it last happened.
He is capable of SOME rational thought!
"Will the 6th generation Camaro offer a ZL1/Z28 version also?"
Because you've been a basher MOST of the time, I'll refuse to answer this question...
and guess what else, this is a Forbes article.
So, MORON, if I can do it, surely you can figure it out, right?
page 2 will work just as well.
Just further proves that you're a MORON at best...
This is just page 1
Takata's Defective Airbags Become The Biggest Auto Recall Ever
Throughout the history of automotive recalls, the federal government has focused its efforts primarily on the car companies. It was their job, not that of the federal government, to make sure their vehicles were made from properly made parts. And, if those parts failed, it was the car company’s responsibility to punish the supplier, either in lost business or a stern finger pointing.
That all changed on Tuesday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reached a deal with Japan’s Takata Corp. involving 33.8 million faulty airbag inflator mechanisms. That essentially doubles the number of vehicles have that been recalled for the defective systems.
The agreement came after months of wrangling between the government and the Japanese auto supplier. In terms of vehicles affected, it is the largest automotive recall in NHTSA history. It is also one of the largest consumer product recalls in history, according to CNN.
No big fine was announced, in part because the government is already fining Takata. But those figures could be miniscule compared with what Takata could face in lawsuits.
Rick Schostek, executive vice president of Honda North America (C) and Hiroshi Shimizu (L), Takata’s senior vice president of global quality assurance, testified last December before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade Subcommittee. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Ten global automakers, including Honda Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp., have recalled 17 million vehicles in the U.S. and more than 36 million worldwide because of the defect.
Those numbers are likely to grow significantly because of the NHTSA-Takata agreement, but it isn’t certain which companies will recall which vehicles. Despite the deal, the car companies still have to conduct the recalls.
"I told you yesterday I will keep this up! WELL CUT AND PASTE"
But, MORON, we told you yesterday that you CAN cut & paste from articles.
You're just too STUPID to figure it out.
"Yahoo allows no cut and paste"
That's ANOTHER lie...
What about the charges that toyoDUH faced and fines paid? They were the highest ever, remember?
honDUH will be next.
toyoDUH is #1 in the WORLD for recalls since '09...
Sentiment: Strong Sell
"PLEASE SHOW US gm FUEL CELL CAR"
It's already out there MORON. The Fuel Cell Equinox. Been a GREAT way to demonstrate (because it's a demonstration fleet) the technology that GM had on the road FIRST (with as many as GM built). It's been out there for YEARS moron...
"GM 12 cents per year gain he has 58 cents gain after 5 yeaRS."
Again, with the stupidity...
You forgot that Warren is now raking in $50M annually from dividends owning GM shares.
"While GM is going to just battery for the VOLT"
Another STUPID lie!!!!
because I couldn't find them on line (without a paid subscription).
So, MORON, save us the trouble and do a cut&paste the relevant parts of the articles that seem to mislead you...
"You've been busy today LYING and being stupid."
Albeit VERY successful!
"No long term gains allowed on dividens."
You're an absolute and complete MORON for that statement!!!!