|05-22-2008 10:56 PM|
Damn Dare! You're on a roll!
|05-22-2008 07:07 PM|
I bought a new Dodge Ram and returned to the dealer last week because I couldn't get the radio to work.
The salesman explained that the radio was voice activated.
"Nelson," the salesman said to the radio. The radio replied, "Ricky or Willie?" "Willie!" he continued and "On The Road Again" came from the speakers.
Then he said, "Ray Charles!", and in an instant " Georgia On My Mind" replaced Willie Nelson.
I drove away happy, and for the next few days, every time I'd say, "Beethoven," I'd get beautiful classical music, and if I said, "Beatles," I'd get one of their awesome songs.
Yesterday, some young kids in a mobile boom box ran a red light and nearly creamed my new truck, but I swerved in time to avoid them.
I yelled, "Ass Holes!"
Immediately the Iranian National Anthem began to play, sung by Jane Fonda and Barbara Streisand, backed up by Michael Moore and The Dixie Chicks, with John Kerry on guitar, Al Gore on drums, Dan Rather on harmonica, Nancy Pelosi on tambourine, Harry Reid on spoons, Bill Clinton on sax and Ted Kennedy On Scotch.
Damn, I LOVE this truck
|05-22-2008 06:25 PM|
|05-22-2008 06:11 PM|
|Dare2BSquare||That wasn't my point......they are flying in the face of Political Correctness. None of the incentives they give you are "free" anyway.|
|05-22-2008 06:03 PM|
|Vector6||$250 doesn't buy much of a handgun|
|05-22-2008 05:22 PM|
New Car Incentive.
BUTLER, Mo. — Salesmen at one Missouri car dealership aren't just kicking in a free CD player or factory air: They're offering a free handgun with every purchase.
Through the end of the month, car buyers at Max Motors in Butler will have a choice — $250 toward either a gun purchase or gasoline.
General manager Walter Moore said that so far, most buyers have chosen the gun, adding that he suggests they opt for a semiautomatic model "because it holds more rounds."
(In the fine print, the ad on the Web site explains, "Check written toward purchase price" and also mentions, "Approved Background Check REQUIRED!!")
Moore said he suspects his "Free Handgun" ad will draw protests in some places. But not in Butler, about 65 miles south of Kansas City.
Moore said, "Down here, we all believe in God, guts and guns."