You're Welcome. Now, How Much Did This Cost? And Who ARE Those People?

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
you re welcome now how much did this cost and who are those people
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  • Jnik Jnik on Dec 24, 2008

    "You wouldn't buy our shitty cars but we got your money anyway!"

  • Ronnie Schreiber Ronnie Schreiber on Dec 24, 2008

    God forbid a retail company with a damaged reputation should actually advertise and try to curry favor with consumers and taxpayers. If they hadn't run the ad, the usual suspects would be complaining that they're ungrateful. Detroit can do no right. There's an old punk band from LA named after an idiom that's rather descriptive of some discussions about Detroit. A rough approximation would be "echo chamber". Or, "amen chorus" if you prefer paleocon rhetoric. Disclaimer: This is not a comment about this site. TTAC, its authors, or commenters were neither mentioned nor specifically referenced in this comment. It's a general statement applicable to some automotive and political discussions one sees on the web. No animals were harmed in this production. Your mileage may vary. If you experience an erection lasting more than four hours, seek medical care.

  • Ronin Ronin on Dec 24, 2008

    I think it was in bad taste for Chrysler to put out this snarky advert. It is obviously sarcastic. It knows that the overwhelming majority of Americans were against it, but were forced by their democratic rulers to give it up anyway. Therefore this is a bit of bitchy snottiness directed at the taxpayers.

  • Ralph SS Ralph SS on Dec 24, 2008

    The black gal w/ long the middle? I'm pretty sure she was on the Sgt. Pepper cover.