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There goes Farago, harshing our Detroit mellow. We're here getting all hopped up on goofballs, and he's at his oak desk making hay of the show's relevance, calling it a "gussied-up international flying circus." Ouchie. (Pass us another free veggie wrap, Mr. Lutz). It's a sign of a coming catastrophe brought on by a needless product orgy, he says, as the Big Three neglect their core models in favor of entirely new, unproven models like the crossovers that GM and Ford are betting their next half-decade's survival on. Read on, kids. We're going back to the free shrimp trough, before heading off the the vomitorium.

The Detroit Auto Show: And the Band Plays On [The Truth About Cars]