To send off 2009, I'll use this post to talk about something that always bothered me about Global Watch. It's this paragraph.
I'm not a car guy, so I had to do some research on what a Maybach 62 was. I found this:
"The heart of automotive luxury beats in the Center of Excellence in Sindelfingen, Germany. It is here at the Manufaktur that each Maybach vehicle is produced according to customers individual requirements."
Why is the head of a company named after George Washington being driven around in a German car?
Just asking. It seems bad for the corporate image. Company named after Father of America, using German cars. Maybe I'm being picky.
See you next year!