- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- May 20, 2009
Since the advent of the automobile, automakers have always been compelled to go topless with a variety of cars, and occasionally, trucks. For a brief period in the late 1970s, after rollover safety standards threatened our wind-in-the-hair, sun-loving ways, it was nearly impossible to find a real convertible to buy in America. Instead, automakers introduced alternatives like the targa and T-top that maintained a modicum of protection from a vestigial roof.
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- Dec 9, 2008
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- Lascelles Linton
- Oct 16, 2007
Last night's Top 10 list on Letterman was the best "Messages left on Al Gore's answering machine." No. 8 was "It's Larry from Toyota. This global warming paranoia is great for business." Letterman then joked that he didn't get it. Paul, as always, agreed.
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