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    Just kidding


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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    (on highway in 1981 coupe deville) badoooom...badoooom......"what was that"......."a Daewoo"

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    Daewoo makes a good microwave, or at least they did in the late 80s when my parents bought the one we have now. Maybe they should stick to that...

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    I was about to say, you where comparing to that piece of shi**.

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    Daewoo was a really nice car for a Korean brand... too bad they went under though...

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    daewoos are the reason i am not afraid of koreas nuke program , like daewoo its cash strapped and hardly make it past 4700 miles before starnding itsesf with some kind of failure

    I can see it now , "hey whats wrong with the missle dude ?" "the guidance chip has this daewoo logo on it "

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneage_Caddy
    daewoos are the reason i am not afraid of koreas nuke program , like daewoo its cash strapped and hardly make it past 4700 miles before starnding itsesf with some kind of failure

    I can see it now , "hey whats wrong with the missle dude ?" "the guidance chip has this daewoo logo on it "

    Unfortunately, a working nuclear device is somewhat easier to design and build than a reliable, trouble-free, emission-compliant, safety-compliant, price-competitive automobile, for the US market, anyway.

    An ICBM payload is not the only way, and is in fact, the most difficult way, to deliver a nuclear device to it's target. I'd be far more concerned about the suitcase that odd-looking little nervous fellow just added to his check-in luggage....


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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    Quote Originally Posted by JimHare
    Unfortunately, a working nuclear device is somewhat easier to design and build than a reliable, trouble-free, emission-compliant, safety-compliant, price-competitive automobile, for the US market, anyway.

    An ICBM payload is not the only way, and is in fact, the most difficult way, to deliver a nuclear device to it's target. I'd be far more concerned about the suitcase that odd-looking little nervous fellow just added to his check-in luggage....

    good points .....

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    As for comapreing cadillac to daewoo ...pretty hard to do since there was at one time a daewoo powered cadillac .....the 1.8 litre cimmaron

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    I think Daewoo makes tires to...

    wait no thats Dunlop.

    I went to the Daewoo car site and they did not have any cars on there treally like a normal car website. In the accesories section they had A/C systems for sale. I assume they do not sell Daewoos in America anymore.

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    Quote Originally Posted by JimHare
    Unfortunately, a working nuclear device is somewhat easier to design and build than a reliable, trouble-free, emission-compliant, safety-compliant, price-competitive automobile, for the US market, anyway.

    An ICBM payload is not the only way, and is in fact, the most difficult way, to deliver a nuclear device to it's target. I'd be far more concerned about the suitcase that odd-looking little nervous fellow just added to his check-in luggage....

    Or one of the hundreds of big cargo containers that come in from Asia all the time..

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    cargo container is a lot more practical than a suitcase, not only would the odd looking guy be nervous he'd probably be doubled over in pain from is hernia, U235 and Plutonium are very heavy, as are the amount of explosives required to force them to critical mass, it would have to be a pretty big (minimum would be foot locker size) suitcase not to mentionlead lined, other wise the hernia would be the least of his worries.

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    I am pretty sure there are minature suitcase nuclear weapons.

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    yes but they are very, very expensive and dificult to build as it takes a very pure u235, and N Korea's nuke program is rather primitive. Technically the smallest nukes designed were hand grenade size, but were never produced for several reasons, expense, low yield, inability of thrower to clear projected blast radius, they were origionally proposed as a way to scuttle a ship in a hurry. Personally I doubt very much that N Korean nukes would be much smaller than 500-1000 lbs in weight.

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    Re: Cadillac vs Deawoo

    Hmmmmm...Cadillac v. nuclear weapon? :-p


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