Chris Bangle, chief auto stylist at BMW, has been a gift to executives
at Mercedes. Bangle's ugly-ass BMW cars are indeed a blessing. Chris
Bangle, at one time, desired to be a Methodist Minister. Bangle,
needless-to -say, missed his heavenly calling. Boy, is that an
understatement. Chuckle! Chuckle! Laugh! Laugh!
Of course, if Chris Bangle was a minister he would probably be another
Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, or Oral Roberts. Miserable BMW car
stylist--miserable Christian minister, too. And we all know the world
has too, too, too many miserable Christian ministers.
Some Christian ministers seem to very, very, very good at living in
million dollar mansions. Heck, they are even good at buying Mercedes,
too. I am sure the new $350,000 Mercedes should be enticing to many
Christian ministers as their car of choice, when they are driven to the
their Christian ministry headquarters.
There's a saying in the car business, "What's on the outside doesn't
count. Beauty is what's inside."
Sure! Sure! An ugly new car, on the showroom floor, is an invitation for
new car salesmen either VOLUNTEERING FOR DUTY IN IRAQ, or drinking. It's
a no-win situation anyway you look at it.
Folks, after you buy your new Mercedes, please stop at your local BMW
dealer--that includes rich Christian ministers, too, in their $350,000
New car BMW salesmen and saleswomen are going hungry. Give a little to
the less fortunate souls trying to make an honest, decent living. Be
charitable in 2005. How would you like selling an ugly-ass BMW car? Not
a pleasant thought!
Here's my advice for BMW new car salesmen: "Become a Christian minister,
a Bushie, or sell Mercedes."
Out of these three choices, you will be driving a new Mercedes anyway
you look at it. I swear on a stack of Bibles! You'll also be one step
closer to God and heaven.
Chris Bangle should keep Mercedes' stock soaring upward. Thanks, Chris