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Seems Chevy is actually advertising Bolt in Canada - full on product placement and sponsorship through Amazing Race Canada.
Just watching the last 5 minutes as I turned on the TV and they're doing a race to see how can get to the finish in their Bolt, and a prize to those who do it most efficiently.

Also apparently doing "backseat driver" commentary series on Youtube talking with people while driving around in Bolts.

The irony, of course, is that Bolt is sold out in the country for this year and probably well into the next.
Unless this is a sign they're going to open up more allocation for the Great White North.
 

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Uh huh, just watched the last 5 minutes. Right. Not a lifelong fan?

Of course I haven't watched a single episode because I don't have a TV. The only TV watching I get is from occasional hotel stays, and the kids monopolize it for reruns of Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends, and Fresh Prince.

BTW, love the signature. I also stopped tracking at after 2 years.
 

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Uh huh, just watched the last 5 minutes. Right. Not a lifelong fan?
Busted!
But nah, not my thing. That and Survivor, Big Brother and all that "reality" show BS. Don't understand the appeal.
 

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But nah, not my thing. That and Survivor, Big Brother and all that "reality" show BS. Don't understand the appeal.
It was reality shows, game shows (who wants to be a millionaire) and talent shows (American idol) that caused me to turn off the TV after adding those HDTV converter boxes to my analog TVs. Since we didn't watch anything, we never bothered to buy a new HDTV. I still dig out the old HDTV converter and connect it to our projector where we usually watch DVDs and BlueRays tour the Super Bowl, Olympics, NBA Playoffs, Stanley Cup, and Indy 500. So a handful or two times a year, I do indeed watch TV. Apparently TV has gotten better, but when people at work talk about all the shows, it goes right over my head.
 
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