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The most trusted name in live chat brings the top ten blogs and auto news stories right to you! We monitor industry trends, current events, and the auto dealer community every week to bring you the top ten blogs and automotive stories from around the globe. In this weekly edition – Kate is pregnant, Ford and GM’s sales rise, and the Internet proclaims the worst video ever.
JD Rucker reminds us that word count is subpar to valuable content.
Keith Shetterly tells us a delightful story about not being trained properly
7. The Internet Proclaims that this is the Worst Video EVER!
A high school in Pennsylvania decided to make a Gangnam Style Parody, but failed miserably. The only worthwhile part to watch starts at the 2:13 mark.
6. Driving Dogs and Social Media
The SPCA in New Zealand is teaching 3 of their very own adoptable dogs how to drive a Mini Cooper.
5. GM and Ford Monthly Sales Rise in China
It was GM's best November ever and second-best month all-time in China, its largest market.Ford Motor Co. sold 67,505 vehicles in China in November, up 56 percent from the year-earlier period, according to information released by Ford China.
A study in the Netherlands found that 9 in 10 conversations driven by gossip aren’t malicious. In fact this gossip is deemed as good because it is used to warn colleagues about workmates who are not pulling their weight and even the threat of gossip can be enough to force lazy employees to contribute.
3. McAfee is Rushed to the Hospital
John McAfee has been rushed to the hospital after experiencing a heat attack. He was denied political asylum in Guatemala and could be deported back to Belize where he is wanted for questioning in the slaying of neighbor Gregory Faull.
2. Obama Advisor Shaves off Mustache after 40 years
David Axelrod, senior adviser to President Obama, had his legendary lip-warmer removed on the "Morning Joe" program on Friday, after raising $1 million for epilepsy research.
1. Pearl Harbor Remembered on its 71st Anniversary
President Barack Obama marked the day on Thursday by issuing a presidential proclamation, calling for flags to fly at half-staff on Friday and asking all Americans to observe the day of remembrance and honor military service members and veterans.
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