For years, the New York Post’s Phil Mushnick has bravely spoken out about the marketing of overpriced sneakers to inner-city youth, citing time and time again cases of young males gunned down in the pursuit of Air Jordans, Starter jackets (ask your grandfather) and other flimsy material possessions.

(I can’t look at this car without wanting to kill someone)

With today’s news that Vanderbilt RB Kwane Doster was slain following “trash talk” about an orange Infiniti, when will Phil do-it-for-the-kids and take aim at the automotive industry? Or the Post’s jam-packed auto advertising section?