I had given some thought about MacGuyver’s use of duct tape to solve his dilemmas. And I have thought that duct tape is sort of plastic and adhesive, neither one of which would taste especially great. Or too, I had thought that duct tape could be used to assist in holding your breath; but could result in forgetting to take the duct tape off and your head might explode and your eyeballs pop-out. Or I’d thought that you might be able to rig some kind of a device constructed of empty beer cans joined together with duct tape. But what might end-up happening if you try that is you would get your head stuck to it in some way that would result in your talking like that advice guy who is jowl-deep in Phyllis Diller. Perhaps MacGuyver is not the best role-model for this sort of activity.
Dear Afflicted with Zombies,
I’ve given some thought to the hi-octane/low-octane problem, and why does it have to be one or the other? Do shots and beers until the zombies start to look good!
Dear Milk Shake Mix Re-Cycling,
I think that just about everyone has their doubts about the fast-food places. If it isn’t a finger in the chile, it’s the damned burger-flippers hocking on the burgers. So, my advice would be to try a better restaurant, or maybe a Peugot franchise.
Dear Plywood in Portland,
I think you shouldn’t worry about producing hi-quality plywood. Just open a plant in Roseburg and run junk wood through the chipper, press it together with plenty of epoxy, and sell lots of it cheap. Then, build a park with a fountain in Portland and everyone will forget all about the crappy chipboard, and just remember the cool fountain.
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