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Automotive Report Cover


The cover article is about inking the deal and taking responsibility for reading THE WHOLE CONTRACT.

Otherwise, it just may backfire.

Comments (5)


THIS is why the Pen is mightier than the Sword.


Reminds me of the look on the attorney's face when at a house closing I proceeded to read each and every word on the contracts. After a minute or two he asked, "Are you actually reading the whole contract?"

I replied, "Yes. And I will expect you to clarify anything I have a question about. While I read rather fast, this may still take some time. Is that a problem?"

His answer made me want to laugh and cry at the same time. "No. It's just that no one has actually taken the time to read one of these before. I am impressed that you are."


Mauser beat me to it. Good one. FWIW--a local gun dealer has a pen that looks like a rifle cartridge--he said the "cap" (which is also the body) is an H&H .375 magnum casing (wouldn't know--I have no use for a cannon).


Do you read the EULAs for all of your 'puter components & software? I have--ever since somebody showed me part of "HUMANCENTiPAD".

T again:

And the point of commenting in the first place:


John Cox:


Thanks for the encouraging word. I find it a pleasant challenge to turn simple compositions into work that has classic eye appeal.


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