In what can only be explained as an exercise in getting every Detroit Free Press staffer to write about the Auto Show comes this ridiculous column suggesting drivers need to find the Tao of driving when searching for a new car. The writer even finds a feng shui specialist to help them out. Take this gem, "For example, I bought a car and noticed that the cup holder isn't big enough for the cups I use. That's become a major annoyance every time I get into the car. In a new car, I will look out for that." Really? Cup holders? Gee no one has thought of cup holders making a car buying decision before. We only talk about it constantly. You don't really need feng shui to figure that out, you just need an ounce of common sense.
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