August 30, 2005

Post #1865 – 20050830

I have enjoyed your books and NPR commentaries for years. One especially useful one which I am now passing on to my step-children (as their evil stepological father) is the law of displaced misery. I have never nor will ever advocate owning a French automobile, alas I shall never find money on the street.

Daniel replies:

You miss great joy in not owning a French car. If they ever go allow them into this country again, you should reconsider. Now especially, in these times of expensive fuel, a Renault or Citroen makes economic sense--if it isn't running, it can't burn any gasoline--see how clever?