Monday, March 17, 2008

Sunday the 9th

The comic:

Why does it matter? I doubt it runs.

Of course Pluggers don't care about the dripping oil beyond how much oil is not in the engine.

Where the oil is coming from? Not important. (I think it is, and I know jackshit about cars.)

The potential environmental dangers of leaking oil? Ha, do they look like the environment matters to them?

I don't know what else to say. What does this say about Pluggers? They don't care about their cars? Or they can't afford to fix them? They're too lazy? They don't know and they don't want to know and don't you dare try to tell them?


Maltese Cross said...

It usually runs. I consider myself a plugger, and I have a tendency to drive things that become environmentally-unfriendly. My '88 pickup's exhaust system rusted out, and it was months before I could afford to get a new exhaust system.

Kaitlyn said...

Thank you for some insight.


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