The Gods of Fuel Economy~Monster Trucks collaborated?

100mpg H3 said to be Scaling Up from Idea to Production

100mpg H3 said to be 'Scaling Up from Idea to Production'

Too good to be true?  Maybe…but hey, maybe not!

“This is where the future is and we just want to wish the company good luck in producing as many of these as possible.” ~CA Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

“I got a sense that I was sitting in a car that represents the future of transportation in America.”  ~Utah Governor Jon Huntsman

“It doesn’t make any noise, it’s quiet. 40 miles on one charge and as you can see this is no small rig.  It’s great.” ~Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer

Read the entire story here:

Not impressed?  Dont need all that room?

How about a 230mpg  Chevy Volt??

Who would of thought...about a Chevy....getting 200+ MPG?

Who would of thunk…about a Chevy…getting 200+MPG?


Monopoly House or Hotel? Green or Red? Your preference?

Monopoly house: Green or Red ?

Originally uploaded by EASTeam

It can be a lot like utilizing a Recruiter.

Which option would you choose?

A) Take whatever from options provided via a home builder at a specific development
~ or ~
B) Would you want to know about other homes…maybe even homes that had NOT yet hit the market?

There was a Realtor that knew of a home that was significantly nicer than the ones offered by the aforementioned home builder? Hey, it’s a buyers market after all…right?

For the same price, you could get a custom home on a wooden lot, twice the acreage, in a better school district, w/swimming pool, culdesac, quicker appreciation, etc.

This home would likely NEVER see the market….  KNOW WHY? Because the seller had been transferred, or passed away or (fill in blank)… and subsequently had ZERO intention of selling. Maybe the company they work for took over payments in order to facilitate their relocation. Maybe the bank foreclosed for whatever reason.

THE CATCH: There would be no public auction. It’s just below the radar. Circumstances forced their hand and someone would acquire it long before the general public was made aware.

The aforementioned parties were on the other end of spectrum and SELLING a home? You can bet they would contact a Realtor they trusted and likely confide in them their dilemma and make them aware of the pending sale.

Recruiters know lots and lots of people just like this… Some are Buying, some are Selling ~ but NEITHER are a commodity. Both have plenty of options that aren’t offered at the home builder’s subdivision.

Lady/Gentlemen Start your Engines @ Carbon Motors!

Truth told, I’ve never been happier to see a Police Car with it’s lights on headed my direction!!  This (literally) gave me chills…

Motor Control Algorithm Development ~ Simulation

Just love it when a BIG Company “GETS IT” ~ wait till u see it!

2 thumbs up for Roche…

$46 MILLION expansion via GM? SOUNDS GREAT!! Right?

Government Motors in Fort Wayne?

Government Motors in Fort Wayne?

That’s right…..ahhh, but there’s a catch.  They may be expanding the building, but NOT the payroll…read more below.

Associated Press
General Motors’ plant in Fort Wayne is in the running for a proposed $46 million expansion even as the automaker closes plants as part of its reorganization under federal bankruptcy laws.

GM is seeking a 10-year tax break on $27 million in equipment needed for the expansion, which would “furnish and install machinery, equipment and special tooling necessary to support heavy-duty extended cab truck production,” according to papers filed with the Allen County Council. Light-duty Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks already are made at the plant.

The council will meet Thursday to consider the tax break.

Plant spokeswoman Alicia Kocher said approval of incentives “would make the case for this plant stronger” because GM is considering competing proposals from other plants.

The investment would help retain about 50 positions with a combined annual salary of about $2.84 million, but is not expected to create additional jobs, The News-Sentinel reported. The expansion would allow a second shift at the Fort Wayne plant to continue operating, Kocher said.

“A number of pieces still need to fall into place, but this is potentially very good news for Allen County,” county Commissioner Nelson Peters said yesterday.

It wasn’t immediately clear if the proposed expansion was related to the announced closure of a pickup truck plant in Pontiac, Mich., one of several GM has announced will close as part of its bankruptcy reorganization.

GM has invested more than $1 billion in the 2.7 million-square-foot plant in Fort Wayne since it opened in 1986.

United Auto Workers Local 2209 President Orval Plumlee said the possible investment could “guarantee the plant’s future for years to come and eventually create jobs in the area.”

Let’s see ~ what acronym would we potentially designate to our friends up north in Fort Wayne…hmmm


Mine is a long0time TWO GM owning household and I

was a Supervisor at Ford Motor Co for 5 years…

Speak Mandarin? Yes? Well, Nihao quing jin!

Are you currently doing any International Recruiting for your clientele?  The world is getting smaller everyday…  Folks, if you have any interest whatsoever in learning Chinese or simply interested in their culture, you’ll definitely want to check out the You Tube page of my friend from afar ~ I asked him to provide a lesson that we could use on a daily basis – I think this is the most important question you can or will ever ask a potential employee:


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