Written by mikewadestr
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Topics: Cars, GM

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

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This baby can do 3 acres of corn in an hour.

US auto giant Government Motors has announced that they will pay for the insurance for the first year for any newly purchased GM car. The insurance includes liability as well as physical damage.

The catch to the plan, is that the new care owner will, also, have to be burdened with an annoying back seat driver for the first year of car ownership..

I guess you could say that this is GM's way of sticking it to the consumer.

The new car owner will have no choice as to whom the back seat driver will be. The back seat driver will be picked randomly from a list of very annoying unemployed people who have absolutely no clue as to how to drive, but will be more than happy to tell you how to drive.

Needless to say, the list of back seat drivers is pretty damn big!

GM claims that by throwing in the annoying back seat driver, they are doing their part in reducing the US unemployment rate as well as stimulating the economy.

Psychiatrist should, also, benefit from this deal.

Whenever the car is not being driven, the annoying back seat driver will follow the owner around and instruct him on the correct way to do things, such as watering the yard, cleaning the dishes and using toilet paper.

He will let the owner know that the owner will still remain the same "ugly as sin" loser whether he loses weight or not, so why bother with the diet.

The back seat driver has to be in the car whenever it is driven. This rule will be enforced by the Google "observation system" which will certainly help in ratting out any violators.

Each car owner will be put on probation for their first violation, which will include a week in which they will have to watch LeBron James' videos talking about how great he is.

If this isn't enough of a punishment to deter a second violation, the owner should probably be committed. Either that, or be sent to live with LeBron James.

Act now because this offer will expire shortly.

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