So how does she get out there? (Unless she’s only a mirage.)
Can you give me a ride home?
Do you have wifi?
“Thanks for the confirmation.”
I suppose it depends on what he asked …
His only consolation being that she doesn’t look like the subversive type that relishes dispensing fake news.
Ask her if she has a can of beans. Then you’ll have all the gas you need.
The last two words sound like something Nancy Pelosi would say. Keep up the good work Nancy! You go, girl!
How did SHE get there and how does SHE get home?
But while you’re here, can I interest you in a vacation time share?
Funny, that doesn’t look like 1600 Penn Ave, but it sounds like it.
Where’s the disclaimer?
“We are not responsible for the veracity of the information we give you.”
Note the map, which gives no useful information, on the side of the hut.
“What is information? Information say Tonto no go to town.”
Ok then I will sit in the back of the hut, in the shade, drink what is left of your coffee, and wait for help.
Imagine being on the highway to hell and running out of gas.
“According to the map, you’re near the giant “V” in Nevada!"
Love the “you are here” map on the side of the booth. Reminds me of one showing a starscape with one arrow saying “you are here” and another one, pointing to the other side of the galaxy, saying “your luggage is here”.
However, I do have some colorful brochures on gas conservation.
“You’re screwed” is an opinion or conclusion, not “information.” The information is that he he ran out of gas in a bad place. The conclusion one may draw from that is that he’s screwed. It’s important to recognize the difference.
I keep seeing these signs/maps that say “you are here.” How do they know this? Damned spy-government always watching me.
donning tinfoil hat
Via a wiling “suspension” of disbelief.
This must be that “Information Highway” everybody’s been talking about.
Looks like our protagonist didn’t heed the signs that read “No Service For Next 116 Miles” on the stretch of I-8 between Gila Bend and Yuma. An area that looks like another planet and runs parallel to the Air Force live fire gunnery range out of Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson, Arizona.
The information should include use of a phone.
That terrain looks a lot like Lackland Air Force Base.
So Sorry, My car is Solar Powered and Electricity will not fit into a Gas Can.
To think She actually gets paid for that.