Friday, June 15, 2007

Buried Cars. . .

Note to frequent commenter Louie Louie:

It seems that someone, in 1957, buried a Plymouth Belvedere in your neighborhood.

Well, maybe not in your neighborhood, but on the courthouse lawn. Yeah, sounds weird to me too, burying a car at the courthouse, but I'm sure it made sense at the time. Probably it was Bush, already trying to hide the fact that 9/11 was an inside job.
The article says the car-hiders buried the ride with "a case of beer, and the contents of a typical woman's handbag placed in the glove compartment: 14 bobby pins, a bottle of tranquilizers, a lipstick, a pack of gum, tissues, a pack of cigarettes, matches and $2.43."
How did they arrive at the sum of $2.43 ?
Lots of other questions present themselves. Now we know that the local Environmental/Public Scold Gestapo will confiscate the cigarettes, but will anybody try the gum, the tranquilizers and the case of beer ? Maybe all at once ?
No, I wouldn't drink the beer either. But who gets the bobby pins ? What color's the lipstick ? Were the tissues Kleenex ?
Apparently the car-buriers included ten gallons of gasoline. Will they sell it at 2007 prices ?
These and many other questions need to be answered, LL. We need to know if the car starts, and whether Elvis is slumped over in the driver's seat.

We need a FULL report on what happens with this.


louielouie said...

i have tried my best to avoid this, what passes for news in tulsa, i get my info at KoC.
people have been coming in all day asking about it and I DON'T CARE!!!!!
this has all the importance of a p-ris hil-on bulletin.

El Jefe Maximo said...

Oops, sorry.

Gotta tell you, though, that P-ris H-il-on has deep, deep, deep importance. The compensation of half a million talking heads and the happiness of advertisers everywhere depends on her. Only Saint Barak can rival her, until the Next Big Thing, whatever it is.

louielouie said...

off topic comment:
what has my partial attention is the soap opera that this shuttle mission has turned into.
as soon as the shuttle docked with the ISS, the gyros go on the blink and the ISS has to use the shuttle gyros for stability.
now they deploy a new solar array and the rooskie computers go on the blink, not the yankee computers, just the rooskie ones.
it's amerikas' fault.
they got the gyros on the station revved up and they go on the blink again and the station goes into drift again so they have to use the shuttle gyros again.
i hope someone remembered to pack plenty of oxygen/nitrogen.
this is after all, rocket science.

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