In an article from WSJ.com that has gotten me baffled (Wall Street Journal opened up their site for free this week to try to get some blogs going), the author tries to engage the reader to predict the next big hit. I'm confused in two areas; that he thinks that the Mazda 6, Pontiac G6 and Honda Accord look like they came from the same Tokyo studio and pointing out that the Ford 500 is vanilla, but the Accord and Camry aren't. Those two have as much "sex appeal" (his words, not mine) as nude photos of Bea Arthur.
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