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A Big Three Xmas

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Jan 1, 2009 | 8:43 AM EST

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The extras are in this link. I don't feel like working through a big and laggy file just to add a flash link. It's not like anyone downlaoded the flash anyway.


Copy and follow the link to see the extras. (Get rid of the spaces that NG throws into the link to prevent bots from copy-pasting)


Ooh, frontpage! Thanks for bailing me out, Tom!


So the score went from 3.82 to 3.59 to 3.89... Wow.
Too bad booms and busts don't work backwards in real life.

Okay, so it's 8 hours late. But if it took them a year to realize we were in a recession then by godDAMN, I'm the freakin' Flash when it comes to Flash!

Crappy puns aside, this here is a series of skits revolving around the world's top three favourite doomed car companies: GM, Ford, and Chrysler. Join them as they venture on a quest for bailouts, ???, and PROFIT!!!

Yes, the economy's gone down the toilet and Joe the Plumber can't fix either, but you don't need to be greatly depressed over the impending Greater Depression! Instead, have a laugh and enjoy this movie!


~Spent more than 35 hours on end without sleep! (True! 35 hours and counting, as I'm writing this.)
~Ensured that Starbucks will never go bankrupt now! (Turns out caffiene is worse than dope!)
~Begged the viewers to recommend this for the Politics collection! (Please?)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice work

Even if everything was not totaly true, i dont care because this is only a joke video. It was funny to watch. Good Job.
Ho, i didnt give a 10 because the sound was a little bad, didnt get all the joke because of that. Need to watch it 2 times to get it all.
Good work

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nicely done

Its hard to find a good animation,with actual serious accents, these days. I agree with Majestic that the audio could be a little better though. Im still lost on the "benefits box" part. Maybe message me and help me understand?

Nutcasenightmare responds:

Haha, that "Box o' Benefits" thing was completely an afterthought. I just needed to somehow show the union getting their benefits. The first thing that came to my mind was a box.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good but

animation was great but the voices were so quiet i couldnt hear them then when i turned up the volume it there was always a big loud noise so i turned it back down. and because of that cycle i missed probably 85 percent of the audio


Rated 5 / 5 stars

fuckin nice!

that was really clever! very good use of car companies as parodies. and man the jesus cristler joke, offensive, unexpexted, wrong, but funny! but other than that this was great! the animation was good and the music was good. i cant really think of anything i didnt like so....YOU GET A BIG BLAM AND A NO STAR! jk 10/5 man keep at it.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

mixed feelings...

well, the video was done well, but you didn't look at the other side of the problem.
all of the companies are losing money, because cheaper foreign products are taking over, as our government does not tax them for importing them. also, ford did not receive any stimulus packages, as they never have.
i suggest you read a bit more into the problem.

Nutcasenightmare responds:

Yeah, I know Ford didn't get any stimulus/bailout. I recorded audio for that, and was gonna do a skit on that, but I ran out of time. (I wrote the script long before the auto bailouts were even part of the TARP.)

Also, Japanese companies have their cars cheap while American cars are expensive also because of the unions. ("The Pink Slip Express") The Japanese companies are non-unionized, while the UAW has demanded for extremely high pays, even after the workers are laid off.

I did portray the rivalry between the Big Three and Honda, Nissan, and Toyota, but I guess I could've delved a little bit deeper than just "If you buy a Prius you're gay."

I didn't know, though, that the Japanese carmakers were given NO tariffs at all. (Not that tariffs would be particularly good for a global economy) Anyway, thanks k bye.

P.S: In two days time I'll post the audio clips for the deleted scenes, including that one about the recent 17.4 billion dollar bailout.