Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for March 18, 2009

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    LordDogmore  about 14 years ago

    And where are the trial lawyers? And the Big 3 auto makers? I predict a lot of “front end damage” with “speed bumps” like those.

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    ANandy  about 14 years ago

    Great idea for members of Congress!

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    prasrinivara  about 14 years ago

    Solution–they should be used as an external airbag, aka “repelling emboliser”!

    (also true of lawyers, a broad category which includes most Congress members)

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    Digital Frog  about 14 years ago

    Now all he needs is a top hat and handlebar mustache…

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    fogey  about 14 years ago

    Biblical correction: Money-CHANGERS, not -LENDERS, were chased out of the Temple. Money-changing was vital in Jerusalem, a center of commerce for many different nations with many different coins. Advertising at the city gates should have said “Use Honest Abe’s scales - LXXV paces below the Temple entrance!”

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    foxglove16  about 14 years ago

    It’ll really cause a traffic jam because everyone will want to back up and try it again.

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    SaintRCat  about 14 years ago

    Postmodernism is silly all on its own. Putting it into practice as a banker, though, is really scary when you think about it…

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    Radical-Knight  about 14 years ago

    Don’t these people have any respect for cars now-a-days?

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    treered  about 14 years ago

    i know, i know, i know… it’s a speed trap!

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    Dutchboy1  about 14 years ago

    Careful, you could get a ticket for parking in the middle of the street on top of the speed bump. :D

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    Wildmustang1262  about 14 years ago

    Ahem, whatevahh!

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    bmonk  about 14 years ago

    Dutchboy1 says:

    “Careful, you could get a ticket for parking in the middle of the street on top of the speed bump. :D”

    Yes, but would you say that some tickets are worth it?

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    wndrwrthg  about 14 years ago

    Rather than speed bumps, I believe we should use them to fill potholes. And if we don’t have enough potholes, we can make some.

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    bmonk  about 14 years ago

    @wndrwrthg, you don’t have to worry in the least! After this winter, we have a nearly infinite supply of potholes to fill on the Northern Tundra. :-)

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    bmonk  about 14 years ago

    Of course, some of the potholes might be small enough to be rather cramped for the occupants – but that shouldn’t be a problem for too long.

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    margueritem  about 14 years ago

    bmonk: Love the new avatar. Is it an Escher drawing?

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    bmonk  about 14 years ago

    @margueritem, yes, his “Drawing Hands”, I believe. I just felt rather paradoxical today.

    Hope you’re feeling better (after seeing your comments at C&H)

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    stewartava  about 14 years ago

    genius; as usual

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    James Lindley Premium Member about 14 years ago

    Can we do this with our politicians too?

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