The Morning Sh*t – Your Daily TL;DR Summary of Jalopnik for 4/6/2018

Welcome to The Morning Sh*t! Pithy remark and/or rejoinder here.

1st Wipe: California still fighting the Feds over loosening emissions regulations. If all else fails, the state can stack up National Guardsmen at the border to prevent interstate air movement.

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2nd Wipe: Smaller subprime lenders beginning to fail under the weight of higher losses. Somehow Jalopnik still thinks charging high interest rates to risky borrowers is unfair. QED or something.

3rd Wipe: Federal crash investigators having trouble deciphering proprietary Tesla car data without company’s cooperation; also extremely upset over Snape killing Dumbledore.

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4th Wipe: Trump expected to nominate new head of NHTSA, according to people who overheard him in the NHTSA offices asking aloud “What do I need to do to get some head around here?”

5th Wipe: GM’s embattled South Korean workers, apparently ungrateful to still have jobs, literally trashed the CEO’s office when bonuses weren’t paid. Damn it feels good to be a gangsta.

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Splashback: Today in 1925 The Lost World was shown as the first in-flight movie. They were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.

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