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Old 31 Mar 2006, 12:04 pm
Frater Oconulux 11
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Default R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)

General Motors ----> (Rest in Pieces)

Rust didn't kill'em, Customers didn't kill'em....

SUCK ASS Management and the UAW *both* killed GM.

NOW.....just watch and see all those UAW Retirees
whose pensions and health coverage will shortly
EVAPORATE into Corporate Swiss and Cayman Island
bank accounts.

Bye Bye.....y'all should have bought a Toyota or a Honda.

(Las Vegas says 50/50 that a Chinese firm will offer to
buy GM for pennies on the dollar later this Year and
Bush will be blamed for it....ROTFLMF-NAO)

http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news...8JU&refer=home





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Old 31 Mar 2006, 12:38 pm
pomponiox@hotmail.com
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Default Re: R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)

Frater Oconulux 11 wrote:
> General Motors ----> (Rest in Pieces)
>
> Rust didn't kill'em, Customers didn't kill'em....
>
> SUCK ASS Management and the UAW *both* killed GM.
>
> NOW.....just watch and see all those UAW Retirees
> whose pensions and health coverage will shortly
> EVAPORATE into Corporate Swiss and Cayman Island
> bank accounts.
>
> Bye Bye.....y'all should have bought a Toyota or a Honda.
>
> (Las Vegas says 50/50 that a Chinese firm will offer to
> buy GM for pennies on the dollar later this Year and
> Bush will be blamed for it....ROTFLMF-NAO)
>
> http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news...8JU&refer=home


They paid ridiculous wages to high school dropout to do manual work and
ridiculous salaries and bonuses to worthless business major lizards who
served as management. No wonder it is going under.

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Old 31 Mar 2006, 02:21 pm
The Benev0lent dbu
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Default Re: R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)

In article <9e260$442d7d1f$d1cc7b6c$762@snip.allthenewsgroups .com>,
Frater Oconulux 11 <nodonovans3@amishrakefightersmail.com> wrote:

> General Motors ----> (Rest in Pieces)
>
> Rust didn't kill'em, Customers didn't kill'em....
>
> SUCK ASS Management and the UAW *both* killed GM.
>
> NOW.....just watch and see all those UAW Retirees
> whose pensions and health coverage will shortly
> EVAPORATE into Corporate Swiss and Cayman Island
> bank accounts.
>
> Bye Bye.....y'all should have bought a Toyota or a Honda.
>
> (Las Vegas says 50/50 that a Chinese firm will offer to
> buy GM for pennies on the dollar later this Year and
> Bush will be blamed for it....ROTFLMF-NAO)
>
> http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news...8JU&refer=home


Wouldn't that be a gas, mom's apple pie GM owned by China.
--
"We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur."

-- Vice President Al Gore
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Old 31 Mar 2006, 04:00 pm
twfsa
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Default Re: R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)

I hope those that leave GM take there severence pay and buy a Honda or
Toyota!

Tom


"Frater Oconulux 11" <nodonovans3@amishrakefightersmail.com> wrote in
message news:9e260$442d7d1f$d1cc7b6c$762@snip.allthenewsgr oups.com...
> General Motors ----> (Rest in Pieces)
>
> Rust didn't kill'em, Customers didn't kill'em....
>
> SUCK ASS Management and the UAW *both* killed GM.
>
> NOW.....just watch and see all those UAW Retirees
> whose pensions and health coverage will shortly
> EVAPORATE into Corporate Swiss and Cayman Island
> bank accounts.
>
> Bye Bye.....y'all should have bought a Toyota or a Honda.
>
> (Las Vegas says 50/50 that a Chinese firm will offer to
> buy GM for pennies on the dollar later this Year and
> Bush will be blamed for it....ROTFLMF-NAO)
>
> http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news...8JU&refer=home
>
>
>
>
>



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Old 31 Mar 2006, 04:26 pm
Mike Hunter
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Default Re: R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)

Does that mean you are happy in your job at McDonalds and all those people
that made GM number one in the world were stupid and over paid?




mike


<pomponiox@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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They paid ridiculous wages to high school dropout to do manual work and
ridiculous salaries and bonuses to worthless business major lizards who
served as management. No wonder it is going under.


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Old 31 Mar 2006, 04:31 pm
Mike Hunter
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Does that mean it will be OK to buy Toyotas that are made in China. Surely
you don't think Toyotas will still continue assemble their cars in the US
of imported parts when the can make them so much cheaper in China with those
same parts do you.



"The Benev0lent dbu" <relaxan.d@smeltherose.comm> wrote in message
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>> (Las Vegas says 50/50 that a Chinese firm will offer to
>> buy GM for pennies on the dollar later this Year and
>> Bush will be blamed for it....ROTFLMF-NAO)
>>
>> http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news...8JU&refer=home

>
> Wouldn't that be a gas, mom's apple pie GM owned by China.
> --
> "We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur."
>
> -- Vice President Al Gore



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Old 31 Mar 2006, 04:43 pm
The Benev0lent dbu
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In article <HvOcna1izqkwMLDZUSdV9g@ptd.net>,
"Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2@mailcity.com> wrote:

> Does that mean it will be OK to buy Toyotas that are made in China. Surely
> you don't think Toyotas will still continue assemble their cars in the US
> of imported parts when the can make them so much cheaper in China with those
> same parts do you.


Making a part or a electronic circut board is far different than moving
your entire operation to China. I'm told by reliable sources that China
is difficult to do business with. If I owned a car company, I would buy
parts but I'd never move my entire facility or in other words be
completely dependent on China, no way no how.
--
"We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur."

-- Vice President Al Gore
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Old 31 Mar 2006, 04:55 pm
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In article <relaxan.d-A4A380.14204931032006@news-rdr-03.rdc-kc.rr.com>,
The Benev0lent dbu <relaxan.d@smeltherose.comm> wrote:

> Wouldn't that be a gas, mom's apple pie GM owned by China.


WWND?

(What Would NASCAR Do?)

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Old 31 Mar 2006, 05:00 pm
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Mike! Why do you even bother to feed these mindless idiots. They are
probably the ones who will support Wal-Mart to the end also. These ****ing
idiots don't realize what they are doing to themselves and their country. I
will not buy Jap shit, because of this mentality, and also was a mechanic at
a toyo dealership, knowing full well that the quality is no different than a
domestic. Wal-Mart is a company, along with a few others, that is surely,
but slowly, killing the N.A. economy. And these ****ers are the ones that
will shop at these places, guaranteed.

"Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2@mailcity.com> wrote in message
news:HvOcna1izqkwMLDZUSdV9g@ptd.net...
> Does that mean it will be OK to buy Toyotas that are made in China.

Surely
> you don't think Toyotas will still continue assemble their cars in the US
> of imported parts when the can make them so much cheaper in China with

those
> same parts do you.
>
>
>
> "The Benev0lent dbu" <relaxan.d@smeltherose.comm> wrote in message
> news:relaxan.d-A4A380.14204931032006@news-rdr-03.rdc-kc.rr.com...
>
> >> (Las Vegas says 50/50 that a Chinese firm will offer to
> >> buy GM for pennies on the dollar later this Year and
> >> Bush will be blamed for it....ROTFLMF-NAO)
> >>
> >>

http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news...8JU&refer=home
> >
> > Wouldn't that be a gas, mom's apple pie GM owned by China.
> > --
> > "We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur."
> >
> > -- Vice President Al Gore

>
>




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Old 31 Mar 2006, 05:04 pm
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Default Re: R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)


"Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2@mailcity.com> wrote in message
news:HvOcna1izqkwMLDZUSdV9g@ptd.net...
> Does that mean it will be OK to buy Toyotas that are made in China.
> Surely you don't think Toyotas will still continue assemble their cars in
> the US of imported parts when the can make them so much cheaper in China
> with those same parts do you.
>


Eventually all cars will be made in China - just like shoes... but that wont
happen until the Chinese can keep their electricity on for more than a
day... infrastructure upgrades are coming in 7-10 years over there, and you
can count on cars being made there.


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