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Dear General Motors Corp.



May 29, 2009 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: GM , F , CAKE

Dear General Motors Corp.,


I trust you are recovering well from your recent surgery. As you know for the last couple of decades I have been concerned about the state of your health. You have been staying up late, eating poorly, letting your kids milk you for all your worth and letting your new neighbors from Europe and Asia make you look incompetent at work. The old you would deny what I have said. But since the intervention you can look at me and agree. It is going to be okay. I know what you are going through is painful. You have already accomplished so much before going under the knife. I pray that you continue to heal and are able to return to work with resh ideas and renewed vigor before the disability funds dry up.





  P.S. -  If you do really well I might buy a few shares. Enjoy the candy.

5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On May 29, 2009 at 5:04 PM, dbjella (< 20) wrote:

Dear GM -

I am saddened by your need ofr a gov't bailout.   I do not understand how your mgmt and unions could not solve this problem on their own.  I will never buy another one of your cars or trucks.  Good luck with your stock price as you are going to have to go on without me......I know you are crying :)



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#2) On May 29, 2009 at 5:36 PM, AvoyagerDbs (93.20) wrote:

So GM your taking the easy way out - Bankruptcy Chapter 11.  

The hell with your employees, bondholders, stockholders and parts suppliers.  

You will become Government Motors gather another set of the aforementioned  people. Now don't be stupid again - apply some knowledge and avoid your previous screw ups.


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#3) On May 29, 2009 at 6:52 PM, selfdestruct2 (33.95) wrote:

I agree with jella. My hard-earned money going to bail out the auto unions just pisses me off. I will not ever purchase another GM car.

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#4) On May 29, 2009 at 6:54 PM, selfdestruct2 (33.95) wrote:

I'll never buy another car from GM.

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#5) On May 29, 2009 at 9:59 PM, alexxlea (61.94) wrote:

Dear GM,

Good riddance, your cars suck, as do most American vehicles, you obviously can't design interiors or exteriors, and do you even bother hiring actual engineers for the internals? You're part of an American tradition of languishing for over four decades and I'm glad to finally see you and your ilk disappear. Maybe now people can move towards companies that produce useful products, companies led by people that aren't complete morons, but that is unlikely to happen because we live in a nation where our politicians are chosen by dollar amount spent on advertising, and we seem to think that Shamwow and Kinoki footpads are worthy uses of air time. But hey, thank you for only taking tens of billions of our money so far (likely to surpass the hundred billion mark) because the trillions that our financial industry was siphoning off has already accelerated our nation's bankruptcy. Take care GM.

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