Introducing Saab, the man not the auto-maker, and the Japanese auto-makersa€™ Conspiracy.

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Opinion is a strange thing. It hardly matters what it is, until there is one that differs from it. Jalali Baba is aware that his opinion is thus lent added credibility when Saab commits the blasphemy of differing form it; and this is perhaps why Jalali Baba bears with Saaba€™s incredible incredulity. Saaba€™s disagreement proves little else than the vanity of an assumption that Jalali Babaa€™s opinion can be the subject of any skepticism at all.

This was baffling; why would they want to give us, their own people, bad backs? It was at this point that one was reminded of the golden rule about assumption, which was that one must assume the best on anothera€™s part, until there was reason to assume otherwise. One is not always a fool; so we tried to assume the best on the agentsa€™ part; and the only plausible explanation was that the agents want us all to have bad backs so that the orthopedics are kept busy, and since there are so many of these Japanese cars around, it was apparent that the agents did not just want the Orthopedics busy, they wanted them terribly busy, busy enough to give them bad backs. Working with the golden rule again, we got to the conclusion that they wanted the Orthopedics to have badbacks so that they could experience first hand the pain they had to treat, and at this point it all fell in place - magically or not.

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Posted: March 29th, 2007
at 10:14pm by Koookiecrumbles


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  1. Hey there… very interesting place you have here.

    I like the ‘apt’ picture… much flattered :)

    knicq

    4 Apr 07 at 9:46 am

     


 

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