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Let's see good news from this, mmmhmmmm

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by ScribePharisee, Jul 11, 2008.

  1. ScribePharisee

    ScribePharisee New Member


    So I trust that auto insurance rates will drop? Right.
  2. zebracoy

    zebracoy Guest

    They had to do a study to figure that out? That's common sense.

    Higher gas prices --> Less drivers --> Less drivers available to die in an accident.

    I wish I could get funding to examine something so simple.
  3. ScribePharisee

    ScribePharisee New Member

    Of course, the cost of the study from the insurance lobby will be passed on to offset the discount we should get for less accidents.
  4. Captain_Kirk

    Captain_Kirk Well-Known Member

    My request for a grant to study the relationship between alcohol intake and lap dances in strip clubs keeps getting rejected.
  5. Armchair_QB

    Armchair_QB Well-Known Member

    Stop asking your wife first.
  6. outofplace

    outofplace Well-Known Member

    Perhaps you shouldn't have admitted that you plan on being the only test subject.
  7. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    I bet you the people who get paid to figure this shit out are the same assholes who analyze gas prices.

    Monday: "Prices are down because nothing bad happened over the weekend and the lowered demand in America is finally having an effect on futures. I don't see the ceiling rising any further."

    Friday: "Prices are up because a butterfly farted in Iran and that could trigger a nuclear holocaust over the weekend and people want to hoard their supplies. Also, there's no correlation between supply and demands. There's no end in sight to the rising gas prices."
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