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    "Hybrids Sell Like Hotcakes and Other Myths of 2009 Auto Sales."

    http://industry.bnet.com/auto/100031...ent;top-active



    I know these are the kinds of facts Havasucker hates seeing but really its not for him, he is a lost cause.

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    Yes you cant argue with this can you havasucker.

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    I accept facts as they are. Dont disagree with the article. So since they didnt sell well in 2009 you shouldnt have a problem saying that hybrids wont even be 5% of sales in 2020 right? LOL.

    Yesterday the hybrid Ford Fusion won car of the year and Ford and Toyota announced a platform of hybrid cars. I quess that means 2010 will be a better year for hybrids and all other altenative energy cars. My stock investments are geared accordingly and so far i am not disappointed.

    But you know John i know you really want to address your past comments about hybrids dont you? LOL.

    Just in case you forgot what they are why dont i put them here for you to address.

    1. "HERE IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF WHAT I HAVE BEEN SAYING FOR THE LONGEST TIME (THAT THE TECHNOLOGY IS NOT HERE YET AND WONT BE
    FOR 20 YEARS)..."

    2. "I will say that hybrids will not be economically (viable) for at least 10 to 20 years. I WILL ALSO SAY SOMETHING I HAVE BEEN SYING IN PM'S TO PEOPLE, THAT I DONT THINK THEY EVER WILL BE..."

    WOW. Talk about ignorance.
    Now John if you were to still say those 2 things you would be declared looney tunes. Unfortunately you said about 4 months ago.
    Dont let your ideology get in the way of the facts because it might come back to haunt you caveman.

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