Tells you the world needs more two-tone cars, and that it looks great on everything. Then tells you they are beautiful art, especially on a Bugatti Veyron. Then tells you they are never okay and are to be avoided like the plague.

Okay, I'm done on this subject now, but jeez what an ill-conceived article. Obviously, Patrick is entitled to his opinion, as is everyone else. But that would be like me writing a piece about how every convertible looks stupid, and why don't you buy all cars with a roof because that looks better? It's such a matter of opinion and such a blanket statement I actually did a double take when I saw it.

I should add that I enjoy (and agree with) the vast majority of Jalopnik posts, opinion or otherwise. But when I disagree (think back to when Collins did a smidgen of dissing my beloved G) I tend to bitch about it.