A Sound Deduction

Well, it happened again. The fuel light on my car is on, and I’m almost out of gas. I feel completely helpless about the situation.

I guess after work I’ll have to head out to the parking lot, destroy my 2001 Toyota Camry with a sledgehammer, and set it on fire. Then I’ll take a taxi to the bank, apply for another loan, and buy a 2002 Toyota Camry in hopes that this won’t happen again with a newer model.

If George Bush had signed the Kyoto Protocol, this never would have happened to me.

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6 Responses to A Sound Deduction

  1. Thom says:

    I am still appalled that Bush won’t buy all of us cars that never run out of fuel. It’s a conspiracy by oil companies, who have George in their pocket, man.

  2. scott says:

    next thing you know he’s going to send a hurricane to minnesota!

  3. peter says:

    Scott, I don’t know if we have enough black people to make that a worthwhile endeavor for George Bush.

  4. Chris says:

    George Bush’s hate knows no bounds! Hurricane Sven approaches!

    I have a small prototype of a car powered by my own sense of self-satisfaction.

  5. Sarah says:

    How’s that car working out for you Chris?

    I think it’s more likely we’ll receive an earthquake, not a hurricane. Being the land of 10,000 lakes, too many people have boats and would probably enjoy Hurricane Sven.

  6. Roger says:

    Maybe he’ll send Canadians.

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