Tesla Death Watch 4: Savannah Smiles
Despite Tesla Motors' March 17th (of this year) declaration that they've put their lithium-ion-powered Roadster into production, nothing. While we wait for a single customer car to hit the streets, we thought we'd fill the time by talking about Savannah Sampson. According to Wikipedia. Ms. Sampson was born Natalie Oliveros in 1966 in Rochester New York. After training in ballet, she became an exotic dancer. From there, it was a quick chassé to the world of adult films. For the past eight years, Sampson's starred in a variety of movies such as Rocco Meats an American Angel in Paris, Big Blowout, Best Deep Throat on the Planet and Patient, Patients, Patients. Although we can cannot corroborate Wikipedia's citation, she's reportedly filming a reality-based TV show for Showtime called M.I.L.F. Sampson's acting awards include an AVN award for Best All-Girl Sex Scene for The Masseuse (2004), an AVN award for Best Group Sex Scene (2004, 2005) and a GayVN Award for Best Non-Sexual Performance (in Michael Lucas' La Dolce Vita, 2007). It's not known what kind of car Savannah drives, but it could, in theory, eventually, at some point, be a Tesla Roadster– provided she could fit her ample… uh… superstructure into the rather small cockpit.
Her and her hubby have their own wine label too. Apparently they are wine connosours. She doesn't have a huge fake rack, BTW. So I'm sure she can easily fit in to any car.
So you guys are seeing the Tesla's but TTAC is not? Maybe they're hiding. I think I saw a commercial for a Cadillac hybrid last night or was that the Stoli talking? I also saw a full page ad for a EV car company in today's Washington Post. The company doesn't make cars yet you understand but they would like you to invest. I'm having trouble seeing the smoke or the mirror.
Just to make this a Tesla week I drove by the dealership in LA today. Didn't know they had one so this was serendipity. I could see two cars on the floor through the window. Think they run?
Here's another being delivered in Chicago: link