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Comment Of The Day: Wholesome Edition

No, those aren’t weed brownies, you addict. They are brownies of happiness and wholesomeness. Much like today’s COTD.

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There were no good comments today.

There were no good comments today. Nobody wins Comment of the Day. We are very disappointed in you. We spend all day writing for you, and this is the one thing you’re supposed to do for us.

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Comment Of The Day: Just Buy The Pontiac Edition

Of all the General Motors brands that left us too soon, Pontiac is perhaps the one I miss the most. Fortunately, For Sweden agrees with me for a change: all you really need in a car is a Pontiac.

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Comment Of The Day: Tremor Path Edition

The Tremors franchise is a top 5 franchise, don’t argue with me.

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Comment Of The Day: New Car, No Problem Edition

What do you do when you’re worried about scraping the bottom of your car on the driveway?

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Comment Of The Day: The Current Future’s Past Corvette Edition

The Corvette can not be defined until it is experience, and that experience is undercut by what’s projected.

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Comment Of The Day: Tears In My Beers Edition

I always thought the ridiculous-seeming plots of country music songs were made up, but maybe not.

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Comment Of The Day: My Car Doesn’t Need That Edition

Ever since GM introduced the model year and America started getting tired of the Model T, new cars have been all about new new new better better better year by year, whether or not the new stuff is an actual improvement at all.

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Comment Of The Day: Transparency Edition

Goodyear has been trying to cover up accounts and lawsuits concerning its dangerous RV tire for years. We’re not going to help them.

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Comment Of The Day: Tough Love Edition

Old Jeep hoarder and former FCA engineer David Tracy gave an appropriate send off for the old Jeep Compass. It was a terrible car that was part of Chrysler’s “Ah screw it this is good enough” portfolio and we shouldn’t trust our children with one.

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