Monday, April 27, 2009

Pontiac Bites The Dust

By John Ross Harvey

General Motors is set to announce the termination of Pontiac.
Well they have so many brands to choose from
Chevy, Cadillac, Saturn, Buick, Oldsmobile, Hummer, GMC trucks and Pontiac
Why not ditch Saturn instead?
Because Saturns actually sell because they are cheap.
Why not ditch Chevy instead?
Because nothing depreciates more than a Chevy, better bang for their buck.
Why not ditch Oldsmobile?
What will Seniors drive if that happens?
Why not ditch Buick?
Didn’t they try that already?
Oh yeah Tiger Woods endorses it.
Why not ditch GMC trucks? They are identical to Chevy trucks.
Oh yeah Trucks sell.
So why not Cadillac?
Because doing so removes the only thing worth buying from GM.
So why not Hummer?
Arnold will want a Hybrid version first
So we’re left with Pontiac
Built for Drivers that cannot find a light switch.
I suppose that’s a good thing.

Bring the McLaughlin back, and ditch the rest.
Now that was a brand.
And his house is the Xavier’s school for gifted children in the X-men movies.
Can’t go wrong there.

Tuesday, April 07, 2009


By John Ross Harvey

First off I’ll tell you the origin of Trademark
Smith Bros. Cough Drops
Brothers Trade and Mark Smith decided they needed a description
To identify their product as an original.
Hence using their own names, they created Trademark
A description used by a multitude of corporations worldwide.
All from 2 brothers in St. Armand Quebec.

But everybody has a trademark.
Something that identifies them as the original.
Michael Schumacher always said: “To be honest.”
Not that I ever thought he was, but that’s what he said.
My boss always says: “What’s your name?” Sometimes he actually says your name.
Another colleague of mine keeps saying, “At the end of the Day.”

Completely ridiculous, unintelligent egotists, claim authority on subjects they know nothing about and trademark their comments with “Full truth.”
Full of shit more likely.