Tuesday, September 05, 2006

My cousin's car

My cousin drives a car that was made in a now-defunct eastern European nation.  Its engine requires heavily leaded gasoline that he can only buy at a gas station near the car dealer.  If he travels outside of his city, he has to bring his own bottle of lead to add to the unleaded gas they sell everywhere else.  One time he used too much and flames shot out of his exhaust pipe.

2 Comments:

Blogger LeoBro said...

My cousin lives in Illinois which has a large population of Russian immigrants who drive Eastern European cars. This created a strong demand on the black market in the area for re-leaded gasoline.

9:02 PM  
Blogger Orhan Kahn said...

Wonder what would happen if you replaced the added with lead with bullets? I mean, sounds like the car and its tank are quite solid. I bet if you throw a few bullets down the funnel and some popcorn pods you might just have yourself a mobile.. mobile.. mobile.. mobile popcorn machine?

Just do it!

6:25 AM  

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