The other day I met a person with a cool looking car. But she didn’t know what kind it was. I asked about gas mileage and she said, “Its great!” How many miles per gallon? I asked. “What’s that?” she asked. Where do you drive it? I asked. “Only to work and back. That’s great mileage, isn’t it. I only fill it once a week!” My conclusion from that puzzling conversation is: Beware! If the car salesmen find out we know even less than they already think we know, they’ll be selling us vehicles that eat oats.
Ewell B. Hooffinett & C.F.I. Kare