Twas The Night Before KICK GAS

APR 22 2014 BY STAFF 11

Twas the night before The KICK GAS™ Movie, when all through the garage;

The EVs all charging with an electron barrage.
The plugs were aligned in the sockets with care;
Knowing the commute in the morning would not pollute the air.

The owners were nestled all snug in their beds;
While visions of batteries danced in their heads
When outside the window there arose such a clatter
The film crew sprang up to see what was the matter

The KICK GAS™ Movie will be released on Earth Day April 22, 2014

The KICK GAS™ Movie will be released on Earth Day April 22, 2014

Away to the window they flew like a flash;
Tore open the shutters, and saw cars burning gas
When what to their wondering eyes should appear
An Electric road trip
With 8 strangers…OH DEAR!

A brilliant Director and Producer  came,
and learned for themselves the EVs by name

Now Nissan! Now Zero! Now Brammo, & A2B!
On Tesla! On Bimmer! On Ford and Chevy!
From the coast of the east, to the coast of the west
They ended their journey at The Google complex.

While I heard almost nothing as they drove out of sight;
KICK GAS™ to all, and to all a good night.

The KICK GAS™ Movie, will be released on Earth Day April 22, 2014 on AMAZON and www.kickgas.vhx.tv.

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11 Comments on "Twas The Night Before KICK GAS"

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James
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James

This is great! Who is the Author?

Eric Loveday
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Eric Loveday

The KICK GAS team collectively wrote this one

KenZ
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KenZ

I know I’m going to sound like a fuddy duddy, but seriously? No helmets on the bikes? Thanks for saving gas, but no thanks for being totally irresponsible and setting a crap example for my daughter. I guess this is a movie our family will skip.

MMcI
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MMcI

Thank you for pointing that out… it was bugging me too. I get that helmets hide the faces on films, where the emotional content displayed is necessary to tell the story, but I doubt that was the reason. And even if it were, it’s still disappointing. I don’t think it’s worth boycotting, though, perhaps just a teachable moment?

Kosh
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Kosh

Meh… in California, anyone under the age of 18 is required to wear a helmet when bicycling. Over 18 there are helmet laws for motorized vehicles anyway.

As a long time Harley owner/rider, I will say that “helmet laws suck” just because it should be a choice.

That being said, I always wear a helmet even when in states where there are no laws. I answer to a higher power…. my wife.

muchski
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muchski

Copy preordered and waiting with great anticipation!

KenZ I am sure you can teach your daughter the importance of wearing a helmet without skipping the movie. You can’t shelter your kids from every bad choice others make and there is what more good stuff in this movie than bad!

James
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James

Well said muchski.

KenZ
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KenZ

Fair point (you and MMcl). But still… I wonder if on a charge break, they’re going to whip out a pack of cigarettes too, so that there are more teachable moments…

I know, I know, but it’s still friggin’ annoying. I mean come on, some may consider not wearing a helmet while hauling ass down an interstate as some sort of personal right, but it’s still totally moronic. I guess we should just dispense with seat belt usage too.

Anon
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Anon

Airbags infringe on my God-given right to obey the ‘Laws of Physics’ during a crash and pulverize my cranial cavity with my steering column!!!

Why must safety devices be so damn oppressive??? 😉

Gaswipes Not Allowed
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AWESOME! Super creative!!
Can’t wait to see the film!!!!!

Anon
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Anon

WTF is a “gaswipe”??? I must know…