Thursday, February 26, 2009

Could The 300C Replace Carriages ?

According to, Rome is putting a ban on horse-drawn carriages because of pressure from animal rights activists. Now, I want to know if that just proves my point that someone should have been pushing years ago and that they should be using a Chrysler 300C to pick up tourists and drive them around Rome. I mean which do you prefer looking at the smelly butt of a old horse, or sitting in the luxury of the rear seat of a 300C. Snuggling up to your honey If you are lucky one of the 300C limos might be available. I'm sure if anyone asked the carriage drivers " Hay you want a Chrysler 300C to drive these tourists around" I would think they would say " you betcha bub" so there you go and that's a thought.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

300C Academy Thoughts

Sure I could have watched all of the awards and heard over and over. A thank you very much for the ability to buy a 300C. Some could have said " Wow. Alright, this is very amazing. It's a great honour for me to have this. I want to and I have to speak as fast here, man as the 300C and for being crazy enough to think that I could drive that beautiful automobile.

Oh, no. Happy birthday, man. I have an agent who is the spitting image of this 300C. Really truly the same shape headlites and, it has to be said, the trunk. And I'm giving this to him because there's no way I would be in America without driving a Chrysler 300C, if it wasn't for him.

Some people think Ralph Gilles walks on water, it's entirely official as far as I'm concerned, and others on the line that helped the incredible producers.

Other important missthought, you know, the seriousness and the dedication, seeing you climb into that Chrysler 300C front seat in a rubber bat suit, the one with the nipples, every morning, on the set, off the set, hanging upside-down at lunch, rain no rain, viagra no viagra, you rock, 300C.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.


Saturday, February 14, 2009

Are 300C's in the Stimulus Bill ?

Never having asked the question of anyone I can't say that according to the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the question was even asked.
With that being said, in a list of some of the highlights of the new economic stimulus legislation.Not once did I read anything about the 300C.

I just don't understand why not. They put in ENERGY What has more energy than a 300C I ask ?

•Should have been $30 billion for advanced battery technology, and energy efficiency measures, that could have been used for new Chrysler 300C batteries.

• Should have been $20 billion in tax incentives for renewable rear tires that have been smoked off and energy efficiency in the stereo system over the next 10 years.

•Should have been A three-year extension of the production tax credit for electricity derived from wind produced by a high speed after all a300C can provide a lot of wind when it goes flying by.

• Should have been Grants of up to 30% of the cost of building a new renewable energy facility to build new 300C.

• Should have been Tax credits for families that purchase Chrysler 300C vehicles of up to $7,500. Depending on the extras.

• Should have been renewable bonds for state and local governments that buy 300Cs.

• Should have been $5 billion to improve the energy efficiency of more than 1 million garages.

• Should have been $29 billion for modernizing roads and bridges. States must obligate at least half of the funding within 120 days.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Early 300C Appreciation

It has recently been proven that our closest ancestors may well have been able to speak as well as us but never owned a Chrysler 300C. While Neanderthals lived side by side with modern humans in Europe for many thousands of years, it has been speculated that we may have inherited some of the same tastes in automobiles.
But my friend the Professor has found no evidence of ownership of a 300C by a Neanderthal. It has been suggested that a particular variant of appreciation of the beautiful styling , found commonly in Europeans, was contributed by Neanderthals.
But it seems overall, it seems that Neanderthals have contributed, at most, a "very limited" fraction of the 300C variation, found in contemporary human populations, said my buddy.

"What is exciting now, is that we are beginning to look both ways and spread the appreciation of the 300C from early modern humans into Neanderthals."