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Fern(Mi)    Posted 09-05-2004 at 09:03:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
Last Friday, an insurance salesman from the from the other side of Flint was driving out to the farm to up date my insurance coverage. Almost here he had engine trouble. Not knowing anything about his car he got out and looked under the hood anyway. All of a sudden he heard a voice that said, “Its the carburetor.”
The man jumped and turned around only to see our large Shorthorn bull Bullet standing just over the fence behind him. Scared out of his wits he took off running for our farm house that was within sight of where he had broke down.
Getting here winded, he franticly knocked on the door, Clink answered, the man immediately went into his speal about the bull. His story told, she sent him on down to the barn where I was repeated his story to me, more calmly this time, while I listened.
“Was the bull a rather dark red with some white marks all over him, with one rather nasty looking split ear?” I inquired.
“Yes, yes! That was him.” he assured me, shaking his head.
“Well! Don’t worry about him.” I tried to reassure the man, “He doesn't know as much about cars as he thinks he does.“ suggesting, “It’s more likely the gas tank’s fuel pump.”

That's just wrong,    Posted 09-05-2004 at 15:08:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
If that Bull knew anything at all, he'd know that rich insurance agents wouldn't drive a car old enough to have a carburator.
I'm glad you put him in his place, and furthermore, if you've got an agent foolish enough to listen to them bulls, you might wanna consider switching to my agent. He really listens to the voices in my head, and they're usually right.

donna in w.v    Posted 09-05-2004 at 11:41:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I've got to learn not to take a sip of pop and read these stories. I clean this screen 5-6 times a week .

Len....NY    Posted 09-05-2004 at 09:54:46       [Reply]  [No Email]

Well Mr.Fern, I've seen some of the handsome calves that bull throws.That bullet is productive and smart. Winner all around.

LOL    Posted 09-05-2004 at 09:07:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
Good one.

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