ridetheblackline:

REALITY SUCKS 

Stop pedaling…  start driving!  Maybe I’m doing exactly what GM wants by posting this ad but it’s just too funny not to post it.  I think this professor at UCLA sums it up with his reaction after seeing the ad printed in The Daily Bruin:

« Not only has GM violated the norms of decency with the use of this crudity in a student newspaper, UCLA’s Daily Bruin, it has violated the decency and courtesy appropriate of a debtor. GM, the company that required us taxpayers to bail it out in 2009, is now biting the young people who bear and will bear the environment and health damage of its gas swilling ways. While every driver in LA knows that the reality which truly “sucks” is the grid-locked, car-loaded, obesity-enhancing, stress-generating car-toxicity of simple commuting in this region. The company that helped destroy public transit in Los Angeles is now running a campaign to convince students who travel by environment-, fitness-, and efficiency-friendly bicycles that they are inferior to those who travel in highly discounted mini-trucks. Shameless, isn’t it? »

Found on Bike Portland.

preach!

ridetheblackline:

REALITY SUCKS


Stop pedaling… start driving! Maybe I’m doing exactly what GM wants by posting this ad but it’s just too funny not to post it. I think this professor at UCLA sums it up with his reaction after seeing the ad printed in The Daily Bruin:

« Not only has GM violated the norms of decency with the use of this crudity in a student newspaper, UCLA’s Daily Bruin, it has violated the decency and courtesy appropriate of a debtor. GM, the company that required us taxpayers to bail it out in 2009, is now biting the young people who bear and will bear the environment and health damage of its gas swilling ways. While every driver in LA knows that the reality which truly “sucks” is the grid-locked, car-loaded, obesity-enhancing, stress-generating car-toxicity of simple commuting in this region. The company that helped destroy public transit in Los Angeles is now running a campaign to convince students who travel by environment-, fitness-, and efficiency-friendly bicycles that they are inferior to those who travel in highly discounted mini-trucks. Shameless, isn’t it? »

Found on Bike Portland.

preach!