Friday, September 12, 2008

Have you had your car read lately? #006 -- Looks like a nice fellow here


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That's too pretty a Mustang to treat it badly? Is this car owner (not the rapper guy) feeding his car hot dogs?

That hot dog does look pretty good, it is a 'Johnsonville' wiener with lots of sweet relish and mustard.

This scene says wonders for the owner. He has good taste. (Reminds me of Charlie Tuna, in his commercial he says "we want tuna that tastes good, not tuna with good taste.")

Too, this driver has good taste in automobiles. Who wouldn't drool for this shiny black Mustang GT Convertible! He sure does keep it polished as well, that shows he is cool and collected and always wants to show his good side. He may not even have a bad side.

I don't see him listening to that rapper. This shows our driver has good taste in music, I hear his favorites are classic rock and oldies from the 60s and 70s. You just can't beat this fellow. Not even with a stick.

Now I'll show you what else I found.
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Now we know where he is and where he 'buys' his hot dogs. Hot dogs are Free! I only see one so he doesn't over eat either. He must be tall and handsome and well disciplined with his eating. [Please note that I didn't say cheap. We do see that the second hot dog is regular price, 99¢.]

It isn't a JACK IN THE BOX hot dog, but rather a Quickstuff hot dog. I asked the owner if all Shell gas stations had free hot dogs on Friday (I was going to get one here and another one down the road at the next Shell station.).

The attendant said no, only the Shell stations with a Jack in the Box were having Free Hot Dog Fridays. She added that this Shell station was the only one in Conroe, Texas, having a Jack in the Box. Darn.

Now lets follow the fellow to the gas pump.
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What has happened here, wasn't this supposed to be a Shell station?

Our driver is also prudent. Shell gas was $3.41 a gallon so our buddy drove his Mustang over to the Exxon station where it was only $3.37 a gallon. He was saving 48¢ on his gasoline!

Well, didn't he buy an exhorbantly high priced drink at one of those stops? No, our driver had brought his own canned Diet Coke in his cooler.

He really is prudent, he saved $1.47 on this gas and food purchase plus the price of a drink. I did note also that over by his home, gasoline was $3.45 and $3.49 a gallon at the Citgo or other Exxon stations.

I believe he is a winner.

Really good after that last few weeks of weirdos.

This Friday feature for JIM'S LITTLE BLOG helps me tackle the blogging problem of writer's blahs. So my advice is "when you don't feel like writing anything, post a picture." That's what is happening here.
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This is not an original idea. Reading cars came from a sermon I heard last Sunday, brought by Dr. Roger Yancey, Director of Missions, Tryon Evergreen Baptist Association, of which our church, First Baptist Church of Conroe Texas, is associated. I believe my count of 118 was pretty close (link for you to check yourself).
I saw a few cowboy churches and quite a few Hispanic churches. All are within a 35 mile radius of our home.

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Count me in for a free hot dog! I love hot dogs.
 

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