Most of american humor is just making fun of other americans. the americans JC is normally making fun of are southerners, and nobody likes them anyway, so you're cool.I live in US now, and obviously I love TG. So I plan to invite some of my friends (which might or might not be interested in cars) to share it. The problem is, JC made a lot of anti-US judgments in the show, and I personally is not born in US (even though I do love US as a country now). So I doubt how much can an average American take it. Opinions welcome. Thanks in advance.
I don't live in the US, but if I did I would imagine feeling the same way.His anti-American comments are a bit annoying, but he is bothered by the same things I am. It's just that...it's my country. It's like saying something about my worthless brother. You might be right but...fuck off...he's my brother.
All I was doing is stating something that Clarkson has emphasized many MANY times over the years, that most of what American car companies produce is utter rubbish, fit for nothing more than fleet sales to a rental company, a taxi service or the police. With the exception of a scant few models that have been put on sale here in America by domestic car companies over the past couple of decades, the majority of them are nothing more than shopping carts with a brand badge on them.are you seriously that retarded?
if you hate Americans cars THAT much, goto an American car forum and do that. but you're on an automotive enthusiast/British car show fanatic site that consists of people from all around the world including Americans with American cars.
I believe Clarkson make up the result: for any modern car (or even cars deigned in 50 years), no matter how poor the suspension is, as long as it is drive on road (as showed, and the road is not insanely curved), it can easily beat a horse.Even if it is a V6, its still pretty sad that it lost to a horse ROFLMAO Shows Ford cant make a V6 for the life of 'em.
Seriously. I'm sorry I have to deviate from my normal nice-guy/smartass persona for a moment.
it wasn't just the GT500. it was the Mustang GT which wasn't a GT at all on Jezza's previous DVD.
he said the GT500 had a supercharged 4.6L V8 making 475hp. then when he put the Mustang up against the horse, he claimed it was a GT when it was infact a V6.
then putting the Ram 1500 Double Cab against a damn Ariel Atom 2.
That dvd was made in good fun.Yeah, "The Good The Bad and The Ugly" DVD is not a very accurate piece of automotive journalism, to say the least.