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Originally Posted by Oakster
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Jeep Ford and Chevy.... They must not care about marketing to 50% of the Country.


Maybe they dont want to pay marketing money to their e-vehicle competition. Money supporting Twitter is also supporting Tesla. That would be reason enough to find other places to spend marketing money I bet.

Ummmmm you're not very bright are you? How many people using twitter do you think drive electric vehicles? I'm betting not very many; some but not most.

They're virtue signaling, nothing more.
ETA: I may just trade my Chevy in on a Toyota. I'm tired of this shiet.

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Originally Posted by Skankhunt42
Originally Posted by Oakster
Originally Posted by 2ndwind
Jeep Ford and Chevy.... They must not care about marketing to 50% of the Country.


Maybe they dont want to pay marketing money to their e-vehicle competition. Money supporting Twitter is also supporting Tesla. That would be reason enough to find other places to spend marketing money I bet.

Ummmmm you're not very bright are you? How many people using twitter do you think drive electric vehicles? I'm betting not very many; some but not most.

They're virtue signaling, nothing more.
ETA: I may just trade my Chevy in on a Toyota. I'm tired of this shiet.


You are kidding right? Twitter is play land of EV, the federal government is pushing EV, all auto makers are going EV, Taxpayers are subsidizing charging station networks for EV through the infrastructure bill, with every single state having to produce a plan to implement, starting right now. Dodge has announces the end of the gas powered Challengers / Chargers to be replaced with electric. People in all walks of life use electric cars. I live in Wyoming and there are around 400 total in the state is all, because it just doesnt make sense out here, but If you dont beleive that Ford, Chevy and Dodge are trying to gain market share in EV's, and may not want to give money to Elon Musk when there are other alternatives, you might be the dumb one.

Twitter users driving EV's dont matter at all to what I said. My post said that advertising money by the big three, spent on Twitter, would go into the pockets of Elon Musk, who owns Tesla, has the market share and the momentum with EV vehicles and would not be a wise business choice.

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Originally Posted by Oakster
Originally Posted by Skankhunt42
Originally Posted by Oakster
Originally Posted by 2ndwind
Jeep Ford and Chevy.... They must not care about marketing to 50% of the Country.


Maybe they dont want to pay marketing money to their e-vehicle competition. Money supporting Twitter is also supporting Tesla. That would be reason enough to find other places to spend marketing money I bet.

Ummmmm you're not very bright are you? How many people using twitter do you think drive electric vehicles? I'm betting not very many; some but not most.

They're virtue signaling, nothing more.
ETA: I may just trade my Chevy in on a Toyota. I'm tired of this shiet.


You are kidding right? Twitter is play land of EV, the federal government is pushing EV, all auto makers are going EV, Taxpayers are subsidizing charging station networks for EV through the infrastructure bill, with every single state having to produce a plan to implement, starting right now. Dodge has announces the end of the gas powered Challengers / Chargers to be replaced with electric. People in all walks of life use electric cars. I live in Wyoming and there are around 400 total in the state is all, because it just doesnt make sense out here, but If you dont beleive that Ford, Chevy and Dodge are trying to gain market share in EV's, and may not want to give money to Elon Musk when there are other alternatives, you might be the dumb one.

Twitter users driving EV's dont matter at all to what I said. My post said that advertising money by the big three, spent on Twitter, would go into the pockets of Elon Musk, who owns Tesla, has the market share and the momentum with EV vehicles and would not be a wise business choice.

Holy shiet you're dense. Chevy and Ford were advertising on twitter for people, that didn't change when Elon bought it. The SAME people are there, doesn't matter who pocketed the advertising dollars. And if nothing else, most of the virtue signaling fuggs that drive battery opperated vehicles hate Elon so they're gone. Wouldn't it make sense to market to those people that are left? You have a distorted view, but by all means be a dumbfuck. IDC

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Everything has to be free to them, or their entitlement syndrome kicks in and they have a melt down.

Originally Posted by poboy
A bunch of free-loading dot-indians won't be missed.

And if Campfire instituted a $3.99 monthly fee, how many would vanish from this free forum? My bet is 50%. That's big money to a lot of folks here. And they would be pissing and moaning all the way out the door.

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Originally Posted by Oakster
Originally Posted by Skankhunt42
Originally Posted by Oakster
Originally Posted by 2ndwind
Jeep Ford and Chevy.... They must not care about marketing to 50% of the Country.


Maybe they dont want to pay marketing money to their e-vehicle competition. Money supporting Twitter is also supporting Tesla. That would be reason enough to find other places to spend marketing money I bet.

Ummmmm you're not very bright are you? How many people using twitter do you think drive electric vehicles? I'm betting not very many; some but not most.

They're virtue signaling, nothing more.
ETA: I may just trade my Chevy in on a Toyota. I'm tired of this shiet.


You are kidding right? Twitter is play land of EV, the federal government is pushing EV, all auto makers are going EV, Taxpayers are subsidizing charging station networks for EV through the infrastructure bill, with every single state having to produce a plan to implement, starting right now. Dodge has announces the end of the gas powered Challengers / Chargers to be replaced with electric. People in all walks of life use electric cars. I live in Wyoming and there are around 400 total in the state is all, because it just doesnt make sense out here, but If you dont beleive that Ford, Chevy and Dodge are trying to gain market share in EV's, and may not want to give money to Elon Musk when there are other alternatives, you might be the dumb one.

Twitter users driving EV's dont matter at all to what I said. My post said that advertising money by the big three, spent on Twitter, would go into the pockets of Elon Musk, who owns Tesla, has the market share and the momentum with EV vehicles and would not be a wise business choice.


Hey butthead, there are only around 2 million electric vehicles total operating in the US, 5.6 million world wide. Preety small percentage overall. Not much of a market.

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Originally Posted by SupFoo
Originally Posted by Beaver10
[quote=Remsen]Everything has to be free to them, or their entitlement syndrome kicks in and they have a melt down.

Originally Posted by poboy
A bunch of free-loading dot-indians won't be missed.

And if Campfire instituted a $3.99 monthly fee, how many would vanish from this free forum? My bet is 50%. That's big money to a lot of folks here.

$4 won’t make me leave

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$3.99 would wash out a passel though

The dumbfukks that are too stupid and too scared to make an electronic payment, aka the AdBlock Crybabies

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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by SupFoo
Originally Posted by Beaver10
[quote=Remsen]Everything has to be free to them, or their entitlement syndrome kicks in and they have a melt down.

Originally Posted by poboy
A bunch of free-loading dot-indians won't be missed.

And if Campfire instituted a $3.99 monthly fee, how many would vanish from this free forum? My bet is 50%. That's big money to a lot of folks here.

$4 won’t make me leave

#ballin

I’m out.



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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by SupFoo
Originally Posted by Beaver10
[quote=Remsen]Everything has to be free to them, or their entitlement syndrome kicks in and they have a melt down.

Originally Posted by poboy
A bunch of free-loading dot-indians won't be missed.

And if Campfire instituted a $3.99 monthly fee, how many would vanish from this free forum? My bet is 50%. That's big money to a lot of folks here.

$4 won’t make me leave

#ballin



Ăssholes!


$3.99 was ok.

$4 is a different story.
You are talking a fireball every 10 months.
Them pennies add up for some of us.


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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by SupFoo
Originally Posted by Beaver10
[quote=Remsen]Everything has to be free to them, or their entitlement syndrome kicks in and they have a melt down.

Originally Posted by poboy
A bunch of free-loading dot-indians won't be missed.

And if Campfire instituted a $3.99 monthly fee, how many would vanish from this free forum? My bet is 50%. That's big money to a lot of folks here.

$4 won’t make me leave

#ballin
Same

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I can easily boycott a buncha them companies.

But Kraft/Heinz? WTF?

I s'pose y'all be wantin' me to use that Great Value crappy katsup and mayo from the Walmarks store.


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Originally Posted by Valsdad
I can easily boycott a buncha them companies.

But Kraft/Heinz? WTF?

I s'pose y'all be wantin' me to use that Great Value crappy katsup and mayo from the Walmarks store.
Have you tried the crappy Great Value? Or the generic from Aldi's? You won't go back to Heinz.

Pro tip: Check out the Great Value peanut butter too

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Originally Posted by Valsdad
I can easily boycott a buncha them companies.

But Kraft/Heinz? WTF?

I s'pose y'all be wantin' me to use that Great Value crappy katsup and mayo from the Walmarks store.

Mayonnaise is disgusting anyway. Why would anyone want to eat that crap.

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Originally Posted by 2ndwind
https://slaynews.com/news/full-list...-elon-musk-bought-social-media-platform/

Below is the full list of advertisers who pulled their ads from Twitter:

An asterisk indicates a company has issued a statement or was publicly reported as stopping its ads on Twitter and subsequently confirmed.

Otherwise, companies identified on this list are “quiet quitters,” based on a Media Matters analysis of Pathmatics data.

Abbott Laboratories
Allstate Corporation
AMC Networks
American Express Company
AT&T
Big Heart Petcare
BlackRock, Inc.
BlueTriton Brands, Inc.
Boston Beer Company
CA Lottery (California State Lottery)
CenturyLink (Lumen Technologies, Inc.)
Chanel
Chevrolet*
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.*
Citigroup, Inc.
CNN
Dell
Diageo
DirecTV
Discover Financial Services
Fidelity
First National Realty Partners
Ford*
Heineken N.V.
Hewlett-Packard (HP)
Hilton Worldwide
Inspire Brands, Inc.
Jeep*
Kellogg Company
Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc.
Kyndryl*
LinkedIn Corporation
MailChimp (The Rocket Science Group)
Marriott International, Inc.
Mars Petcare
Mars, Incorporated
Merck & Co. (Merck Sharp & Dohme MSD)*
Meta Platforms, Inc. (formerly Facebook, Inc.)
MoneyWise (Wise Publishing, Inc.)
Nestle
Novartis AG*
Pernod Ricard
PlayPass
The Coca-Cola Company
The Kraft Heinz Company
Tire Rack
Verizon
Wells Fargo
Whole Foods Market IP
Yum! Brands

A lot of heavy hitters among that group. Losing their advertising $ will smart some.


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Originally Posted by Skankhunt42
Chevy and Kohl's will be getting an email from me this week. Fugg the rest
just told the wife I am cutting up her Kohl's card


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Originally Posted by 2ndwind
Jeep Ford and Chevy.... They must not care about marketing to 50% of the Country.




Fugg em. Glad I bought a Toyota.


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You advertise to put your product out in front of as many customers as possible to expand market share... cut off your nose to spite your face... hope he charges them double to come back.

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Originally Posted by TheLastLemming76
Originally Posted by 2ndwind
Jeep Ford and Chevy.... They must not care about marketing to 50% of the Country.
One more reason that I’m happy to drive a Toyota.

It’s made in America, has been more reliable, better retained resale value and is less apart of the woke BS.

I was looking at a 2023 Tundra 2 weeks ago...

65% American (or Canadian) Parts IIRC... and made in Texas (which is kinda sorta like America).

Where are Fords and Chevys made?


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