And again, struggling frantically as the tightening collar shut off his wind, Ben Bolt was slowly lifted into the air.
Not on that first day, nor on the second, nor on the third, did the requisite something really break inside Ben Bolt. But at the end of a fortnight it did break.
Unlike Ben Bolt, there was nothing inside of him weak enough, or nervous enough, or high-strung enough, to break.
It's hard to say exactly how many Bolts
GM will have to sell to declare it a "success." (In a way, it's already a success: It's a good product that delivers on GM's promises.) But we have an idea of how many GM expected to produce when the Bolt