Pontiac G8 to Return - As a Chevy! - Motor Trend
“It appears the Pontiac G8 will make a comeback -- only this time wearing Chevy badges. Three GM sources have confirmed to Motor Trend the Australian-built sedan will re-appear on the U.S. market as a Chevy in the coming year. And it won’t be called Impala. Read more about the Pontiac G8 returning.”
Chevrolet Caprice PPVA reference may be made to the ability to move sofa accessories, like your girlfriend.
“The all-new 2011 Chevrolet Caprice PPV (Police Patrol Vehicle) from GM Fleet and Commercial.”
Queen Fat Bottom Girls
“Rock and roll great video”
Also, “Be cool, don’t turn around.”
Daily U-Turn: What you missed on 11.29.10Earlier I heard that snow was falling today, and heard about the passing away of a few:
“Quick Spin: 2012 BMW 1 Series M Coupe We get our hands on an M Coupe prototype to see if BMW’s hottest 1 Series can live.”
Sad news: Dr. Dan Radakovich dies“Dr. Dan Radakovich, former executive vice president of Academic Affairs, passed away Nov. 23. As dean of instruction and then as executive vice president for academic affairs at JCCC, Dr. Radakovich was instrumental in establishing the college’s relationship with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, served as the college’s representative to the League for Innovation in the Community College, helped lead a movement to establish a program of professional development focused on teaching and learning that became part of the League’s I-Stream service, and helped establish many of the college’s articulation and 2+2 agreements with neighboring universities. He retired in 2005 after 22 years at JCCC and more than 40 years in education.
A memorial mass will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 30, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 13615 W. 92nd St., Lenexa. Visitation will be from 1-2 p.m. that day at the church. The family requests donations to the Kansas City Hospice or a JCCC scholarship fund created in his memory. (You can send donations to the Foundation office, 207 CC, box 25, or go through www.jccc.edu/FoundationOnline.) You can share special memories by e-mailing email@example.com.”
“The beloved actor from Airplane and the Naked Gun franchise passed away on Sunday. Fresh Air remembers Nielsen with highlights from a 1993 interview, in which he discussed his transition from dramatic roles in The Poseidon Adventure and Forbidden Planet to starring in spoofs and parodies.”Much can be said for clean living.
I believe that to be ‘stupid.’ I think that they are on drugs.Student Environmental Alliance plans waste audit day Dec. 9“The JCCC Student Environmental Alliance will conduct a waste audit from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Dec. 9 outside the Student Center and gymnasium.
The students will collect trash cans from each building, then dump the contents onto a tarp, sort the trash and see how much could have been recycled.”
Study: Drugs Linked to 1 in 5 Fatal Car Crashes - CBS NewsHowever, ‘the idiot behind the wheel’ is not always to blame.
“Number of Fatally Injured Drivers Testing Positive for Drugs Increasing Steadily Since 2005, Reports Shows”
Why ‘Safe Roads’ Are Often Anything BUT Safe, Except For CarsI could not suspend disbelief during The Simpsons on 38 the Spot! & Holly Starr. A GPS-tracking chip would not work while disconnected and without power from a mobile phone. I don’t know, do you, 007?
“The great freeway battles of the Sixties and Seventies are over. It’s safe to say few new freeways will be punched through existing neighborhoods. But transportation engineers are still busily at work updating and improving existing roads, generally by widening them, adding lanes, smoothing curves...”
Now means my time to go the Mainstreet Credit Union and the home of Don Denton Turley.