Consumer Reports’ Fisker Karma Breaks. For $107,850 one would think it would go more tha 200 miles before it crapped out. Perhaps they should change the name to the Bad Karma?

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GhostntheMachine
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poppajoe49
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I give the girl credit.

poppajoe49
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It still goes further than the Volt.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Don’t you think $100,000 for a brick is a bit steep?

Bonfire of the Absurdities
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The ultimate metaphor for the Obama Administration – costs a shitload of money and does absolutely nothing.

SSDD
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Amen to that!

GhostntheMachine
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Oh, and is that Tom LaSorda fta amazing or what? Seems that man could manage anything.

GhostntheMachine
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Reminds me of a couple years ago when I questioned the wisdom of an airline (US Air?) sponsoring a nascar that odds were really good would be seen crashing with pieces flying, rolling, maybe catching fire on a million highlight reels on any given weekend. All with their logo big as life right there on the hood.

MDLION
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After huddling together in an emergency meeting, Fisker executives have come up with a new advertising slogan for the Karma: “At least it doesn’t catch on fire”.

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