Lew Palmer writes (in response to Sharon Zurflieh's dilemma):
>Keep the car, sell the husband. If you can fix a lawnmower, how much harder
>can an MG be?
To which Will "Easy Thinker" Zehring suggested:
>Better yet: keep the car, part out the husband.
Which prompts me to call "dibs" on Sharon's husbands brain.
After two years of doctoral study, mine is full, I need another.
How about it, Sharon? I've got some slightly used sparkplugs, a cylinder head
that was cracked and repaired (I haven't tested it), a case of floppy disks,
and a pair of old sneakers for trade. This is, of course, contingent upon your
(ex) husband's brain being in somewhat serviceable condition. I can bang out
some dents, but a rusty brain.......
James "no more room" B.