The Accident

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A young man just out of college found that the only car he could afford was an old wreck that, to put it frankly, no one could understand why or how it kept running. The body was dented in spots, the paint was peeling, and the bumpers were rusted.

One morning, as he left his apartment building, he noticed a young woman sobbing near a car parked next to his.

"What's wrong?" said he.

"I know I hit this car," said she, "but I can't figure out where ..."

---------------A Final Thought ...

"People are getting smarter nowadays; they are letting lawyers, instead of their conscience, be their guide."

- Will Rogers (1879–1935), U.S. humorist. The Illiterate Digest, “Helping the Girls with Their Income Taxes” (1924)