When a new technology or idea comes into play to challenge norms, often there's an overkill of compensation to let you know how much better it has to be.
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Given the, er, unique shape of the Nissan Juke, cramming real live human beings—or dead ones, Weekend at Bernie's style—isn't exactly an enjoyable proposition, both for the crammer and the crammee.
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