Poetry In Motion: Why Neil Young's LincVolt... →
A new article written about me by a close friend. Also on The LincVolt Gazette.
LA Johnson Remembered. →
I will always remember you, Larry, that’s for sure. You were kind to me. You were kind, caring, enthusiastic, fun. Patient! (You never complained when I asked you to film my best side.) Most of all, Larry, you were my friend. See you down the road, my dear friend, love, LV
and I feel my missing friend whose counsel I can never replace
I refuse to recognize that there are impossibilities. I cannot discover that...– Henry Ford. A long time ago. And me. This morning. You’re the one I’m talking to this morning. x LV
From My Team, Today, In The LincVolt Gazette: WHAT WE ARE UP AGAINST There is still a lot to overcome if electric cars are to become part of the clean future we need. We’re up against a lot…. the entire middle-east, the U.S. Government, all 50 State governments, the entire auto industry, the oil industry….. Today there are 162,000 gas stations in the U.S. The states take in...
But … In spite of What We Are Up Against, I will Because I just put my head down, face into the storm and go. Like the buffalo. Just like the buffalo. x LV
Worried about rising gas prices and the need for... →
“They tend to be very small, not always very pretty and not very fast? My sentiments exactly,” she sniffed, an air of superiority in her voice.
This Week's Detroit Auto Show "is a telling sign... →
Toyota + H - $ = 2015 (New Math) (I'm So Smart) →
Hyundai Blue Will Concept →
“How’s it look? Like an Etch-a-Sketch gone bad, with tangled lines and tail lamps that look in need of wart remover.” Yikes. Blue Will be green, but it won’t be pretty.
Tesla Model S Prototype Introduced Today →
Light’s expressive abilities may have been barely tapped. Several years ago,...– From a recent article in The New York Times. The driver’s mood? What about the car’s? Let the driver get his own lights. x LV
For Those Of Us Working For A New World, a poem by...
The dead are the only people to have permanent dwellings. We, nomads of Revolution Wander over the desolation of many generations And are reborn on each other’s lips To ride wild mares over unfathomable canyons Heralding dawns, dreams and sweet desire. x LV (nomad of Revolution)
Dearest Blog, Well, the Bad Fog of Loneliness rolled in here with absolutely no warning at all, and right before it got all foggy in here I happened to catch my reflection in a car passing through and Oh Dear! It just about put me over the edge. This protective plastic on my top just does not flatter me at all! Why didn’t anyone tell me? It’s quite unbecoming! I feel like I am...
This is irresponsible at best and pernicious at worst,” Nicholas A. Ashford, a...– Oh shit. Okay, look. Do NOT tell this guy that I have a blog. Besides, what the hell. I don’t want to marry it. I just blog from it. And well, other stuff. Smart stuff. Like look up what “pernicious” means. But I swear, I never, ever, blog when I’m in Drive. Why...
Don't Give Up On Love (The Road Ahead) →
The Road Ahead for Drivers: Will Americans learn to love small cars? Signs point to yes, although “love” may be too strong a word; better to say “accept” or “appreciate” ~ Joseph B. White, in today’s Wall Street Journal Don’t give up on love, America. You know you want me. x LV
Real generosity towards the future lies in giving all to the present.– Albert Camus. (1913-1960)
Camus died in a car crash in a car just like this one 50 years ago today. Ah well. Dear Facel Vega, We’ll have to file you under Good Lookin’ House, Nobody Home. Or uh, Good Lookin’ Car, Nothing Under The Hood. Some cars are pretty. Some cars are smart. Some cars are both. x LV
Return of The Automobile As A Sexual Object
Bono wants to see it happen in the next decade. From his recent Op-Ed in the NYT: Return of the Automobile as a Sexual Object How is it that the country that made us all fall in love with the automobile has failed, with only a few exceptions, to produce a single family sedan with the style and humor and grace of the cars produced in the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s? Put aside the question of whether...