In 1945, we took a bunch of industrious Jerries, plopped them down in the middle of a bombed-out wasteland, and gave half of them copies of An Inquiry into the Nature and Cauſes of the Wealth of Nations and the other half a few crates of Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto. Then we closely observed the first group and let the second group toil away to create socialist paradise in secret.
After forty-five years, we went to grade their papers. The first group turned in this:
And the second group turned in this:
So it should not come as a surprise that, when the same experiment is repeated, the result is the same. The Hyundai Genesis and Equus are, by all reports, spectacular automobiles. I'm not sure what the Nork auto industry is like, but I'm sure they're every bit as deft with cars as they are hotels.
(H/T to The Adaptive Curmudgeon.)