Friday, October 30, 2020

1963 Ford Galaxie 500: Regular Car Reviews

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Blaming a car for the era it came from is taking it a bit too far……. I feel way more conflicted by hearing great songs written and sung by convicted child rapists (Rolf harris "Sun Arise", Garry Glitter "Rock and Roll" etc)…anyway, in 2050 many will tsskk tssssk about how animal cruelty, the burning of fossil fuels or having a President with more coats of spray tan than a Mr Olympia contestant was acceptable in 2020..

  2. It's easier to get rid of the context when you think about it this way – buying a Galaxie doesn't earn the old ford any money, it's not like buying nestles water where you can't disconnect their policies from the product. They don't make the galaxies anymore.

  3. I think it's ok to enjoy great things by terrible people. I don't think Henry Ford being a bigot had anything to do with this car. I don't think Hitler's paintings had anything to do with the Holocaust. I don't think Bill Cosby being a creep had anything to do with Jello products.
    To me, the best way to think about it is whether your money is funding the terrible thing or not, and that you're aware of it. If your money is funding a terrible thing and you didn't know, that's not your fault. If you know that your money would fund a terrible thing, speak with your wallet and avoid the product.

  4. I think it's a waste of time to look at the past with any sense that we can change it.

    You can only change the future, the problem is today we feel robbed that nobody asked us our opinions on things well before we were even born.

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