So Tesla was in the news today with their rollout of a new electric truck. The truck is supposed to have bulletproof windows, so Elon Musk invited a strong young guy up on the stage and had him throw steel balls at the windows. "Oh my f......Ing God" was Musk's response after the demo resulted in smashed truck windows. Apparently they are not bulletproof. Cnbc.com/2019/11/22/tesla-smashes-bulletproof-pickup-trucks-windows-with-a-metal-ball.HTML This got me thinking about how new product rollouts should go down. You'd think companies or their PR peeps or both would test the beck out of these things, including lots of trial runs in the days beforehand, before inviting the press to see their new product being demonstrated. What are some other new product rollouts that didn't go as planned? I'll start... I remember about 20 years ago Colt demo'd its new "smart gun" to a room full of reporters, and the thing jammed and wouldn't fire. They killed off that project not long afterwards.