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adaptive cruise control tops my list. automatic head lights. the start stop feature works better than physically turning your car off and on. as soon as you take your foot of the brake the car restarts. so yes it is worth it. i am not sure about how it will work in stop and go traffic however. the other one is th...more
I had cow for lunch, it was really good..
I saw the movie, I did not think that it was all that good. You would think that PETA would be happy with the movie. It looked like the wolves had a good time!
The 3 series and the A4 are compact luxury cars. Out of the Gm divisions I like the Cadillac cars the best.
In a global market all cars are going to have components being used from other countries. We have reached a point in technology where one company cannot do it all. They specialize in certain components, like...more
That is the perfect example. Henry Ford did do that, but think about the times. The reason he could do that is due to the quick pace of change at the time. There was a huge flow of potential workers going to the city, escaping the farm life. We do not have that now. We need people with skills. For most jobs now y...more
Ok, lets blame Reagan. If i remember correctly durring Jimmy Carter's presidency we had 20 percent interest on all loans. Where do you think most of the inflation came from?
Well I suppose that we could go back to building things by hand. Get rid of the computers, our cell phones, HD tv, micro wave ovens etc.
Ok lets try this, our GDP is 15 trillion dollars
We have 300 million or so living in the united states. Take the 15 trillion and divide by 300 million. what do you get?
with that number in mind please tell me what a livable wage actually is?
That is the point, if a company is not able to make a product at a price that people will buy it, due to high labor costs. Guess what you are talking about the same thing, nobody working, no money to buy things. I am certainly not expecting someone to support a family on $15,500.00 a year. That is also the point, wh...more
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