Lets give David a break here. Who's to say they ran the same adds in the
UK that they did here?
From: James H. Nazarian, Ph.D. <email@example.com>
To: David Hill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: JustBrits@aol.com <JustBrits@aol.com>; email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: Safety Fast
>Damn it! I hate when Ed is right!
>Now listen Ed; this is twice in a row! What the hell is going on here?
>Here's another one (never published):
>"Triumph... the management team that we can all thank for shutting down
>or how about, (also never published)
>"Save the Trumph, kill the MG"
>Sorry Dave, I don't recall an ad 'It goes better than it looks!'. I
>think the styling was foreboding the future. The wedge shape was copied
>by the Portsche 924 and scads of rice burners. The 924 was another car
>like the TR7, designed to clean out the leftovers from Audi parts.
>Wasn't the TR7 built from SAAB et al, rejects? Today, for the most part,
>we have four kinds of cars: wedges (or is that wedgees?), jelly beans,
>minivans, and the bane of everything else, SUV's.
>I'll keep my MG's (and my two wheeler Beemer)
>David Hill wrote:
>> Whaddaya mean Wrongo? I remeber this ad!!!
>> David Hill/Psychomotor
>> Can I Telework for you?
>> Editorial, PR, marketing and student thesis
>> copy at reasonable rates via the Internet
>> Can I help you? Are you or is someone
>> you know troubled with a phobia?
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: <JustBrits@aol.com>
>> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 1:29 AM
>> Subject: Re: Safety Fast
>> > In a message dated 01/17/2000 4:11:59 PM Central Standard Time,
>> > email@example.com writes:
>> > <<
>> > I also remember the Triumph line for the TR7...
>> > 'It goes better than it looks!'
>> > >>
>> > Wrongo, Dave. "The wedge", "THE shape of things to come" (NOT)
>> > Ed