AH GM can barely stick its nose above water, it hits below 37. hahahahaha I told you don't curse it.
I just shorted 56,000 shares at 37.70 ! Thanks Jr!
hahahahaha....................... I win
BWM recalls is to bring traffic to BWM service department so customers can buy tires, change wiper blades, headlights, tail lights, brakes and oil plus they can browse and trade in their old cars for the latest and greatest new BWM cars, good job BMW.
GM believers should kiss Toyota @@ for saving them.
I am not TM long nor I have a penny with TM and I am not here to defend TM, but I am following you. How about Cadillac sale and what happens to the Escalade sale?
I thought everything in GM cars are made in America by American, so what does it do in South Africa?
GM outdo every company in the world. When competitors put 6 airbags, GM did 8. When competitor built the large Truck, GM built the largest. Competitors built small, GM did the smallest. When competitors slow in sale, GM filed for Bankruptcy. Now GM did it again. Death toll from GM switch beats Pearl Harbor.
- Pearl Harbor death toll was 2,403.
- Ignition Switch death toll could reach to 5,000?
From now on we should remember that this is the day that we declare the Independence from GM. The freedom from obligation to buy American brand only. Now you are free to buy whatever brands you wish except GM.
Why are GM cult members act like they are a Billionaire from seeing a few cents upside?
Such an Idiot
What a Moron
GM will be dead.
July 1 (Reuters) - A Minnesota man used his bare hands to pry open a passenger-side door of a burning sport utility vehicle and save a trapped motorist from near-certain death, police said Tuesday.
The incident has left police marveling at the actions of Bob Renning, 52, who - apparently fueled by a burst of adrenaline - pried open the door of Minneapolis resident Michael Johannes's 2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer on Sunday evening.
"To say his actions were heroic would be putting it lightly," said Lieutenant Eric Roeske, spokesman for the Minnesota State Patrol. "He almost certainly saved Mr. Johannes from a horrible death."
Renning was driving along an interstate freeway at about 6:30 p.m. CDT when he noticed the SUV on fire in a suburb north of Minneapolis, Roeske said.
New generation don't wear and don't know what Swiss watch anymore, they wear digital watch and they drive modern cars/foreign cars.
GOD is taking GM down slowly and painfully. From Sink hole in Corvette Museum to Pace car caught on fire to Explosion. Bad news follow by bad news with so many unseen bad news are ready to pop one after another until GM go under. It will happen, nature wrath is signaling something bad and big going to happen. That big thing is the BBB. Bad Big Bankruptcy. .
I see, so Swiss watch is better than American watch and if Swiss can make watch better than American, they can make car better than American. Simple logic. GM cars still suck then.
Oh by the way, if GM file for Bankruptcy again, it will make GM a leaner and cleaner company too.
I thought the recalls is good for GM dealer service department. If GM makes it safer and better, less customers will visit the service department, don't you think?
I thought GM is always better than every body, why brag now? BTW, my English is terrible, can you help me spelling the word BANKRUTCEE?
Right or wrong, you only get thumbs up when you post something to agree with them. As always the criminals think all the police are bad, but they end up needing the police when they get wounded by their own.
GM people, I mean excluding GM workers. First ask yourself this: why are there so many Indian and Asian (Korean, Chinese) and non-American born in this country and how did they get here? They don't share the border with America and they don't swim across the ocean. If you work with or know outsourcing companies or people, you will understand and I see so many things. They got here via outsourcing jobs with H1B visa, million of them. American companies don't want to hire American because of wage differences. One of the managers, I don't want to reveal the company's name, said this to a few of his co-workers "These outsourcing workers can do almost anything (from engineering to management) that you and I do for 1/10th of our pay...." He is worried. Second, if everything GM is made in America by American, your car would triple the price, a $25000 Impala would be 75,000 so how did GM and other car companies keep the price down?