Justice Department to Sue Volkswagen Over Tests: The US Department of Justice has filed a civil complaint against Volkswagen over their cheating on emissions tests. In related news, General Motors announced they are considering making a station wagon version of the Chevy Volt. Now the only question is, will they call it a Volt’s Wagon?
Fox Host Claims Obama’s Tears Fake From Raw Onions: Fox News host Andrea Tantaros drew criticism after suggesting President Barack Obama had used a “raw onions” to produce fake tears for shooting victims during his recent press conference on gun violence. Good point! The tears had to have been fake. Who would get emotional over murdered, innocent children?
The High Cost of Being Hip and Trendy: A new study found that nearly one-third of people with tattoos seriously regretted getting one. Researchers say that figure could even go higher if any of the other two-thirds ever sober up.
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Latest General Motors Recall Announced: In what seems like an endless saga, General Motors announced it is recalling yet another 221,558 GM vehicles due to faulty brake pads which pose a serious fire risk. In related news, the State Department is reportedly in secret talks with ISIS leaders to provide them with a fleet of new GM vehicles in exchange for Western Hostages.
More Nude Kim Kardashian Pics Leaked Online: Its being reported that more of Kim Kardashian’s as well as other celebrities nude photos have been leaked online, appearing to be the latest victims of a celebrity nude photo hacking ring. Is that really news? Somehow I suspect everyone would be more shocked to see pics of her reading Scientific American or a video of her reciting lines from King Lear.
Neurological Reason Why Elderly Sleep Less: A new study has found a neurological reason for why older people sleep less, finding that a specific cluster of neurons associated with regulating sleep patterns may slowly die off as you get older. And here all this time I just assumed they needed less sleep because they basically don’t do anything all day.
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Mr. Toyota made a statement that fixing safety problems is a number one priority.When asked if he was satisfied with that statement Joe Biden stated, "I think we should hear what Mr. General Motors has to say."
General Motors Co. CEO Frederick "Fritz" Henderson stepped down Tuesday after the board determined that the company wasn't changing quickly enough. Henderson defended his record saying that by 2012 GM would be making cars that didn't require their engines to be cranked.