Friday, May 27, 2016

WW...the life of a Dodge Charger, Fire Red




Charles sighed deeply, gazing at his brand new, fresh off the show room floor, Fire Red Dodge Charger, lying in a field just off the road. Just a dent...I wouldn't mind that.  But this??

Taking that last U-bend on hwy. 238 and then skidding to miss a stray sheep had sent Fire Red spinning out and over onto weeds and grass of some rancher's field.

It did not matter now how many fluoride rinses and teeth extractions Dr. Charles Bentley, DDS, had done to buy Fire Red, now a totaled mass of metal, seat belts, open door, and shattered windows. 

He managed to "extract" his phone, and call 911. Sigh.


Note: there was no way I could insert "espionage" into this and keep a cohesive story.  Instead the Table of Elements will come into play. You will need to use a magnifying glass to read this.


The Periodic Table Of The Elements
This page provides names of the symbols.

Es = Einsteinuim**;  P = Phosphorous; I = Iodine; O = Oxygen; Na = Sodium; and, Ge = Germanium

**This is an element, a mighty small one, named after Alfred Einstein. It is metallic and radioactive with a life of 20.8 minutes.

Works for me.

19 comments:

  1. Clever!
    He'll just have to perform a few more crowns for the repairs.

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  2. Dr Charles Bently will just have to say, "Open wider, please" a few more
    times.

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  3. Guess he'll be hard at work doing root canals for a while

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    1. Root canals will bring in lots of money, good thought!

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  4. Great car, although I think the Chargers of the 60s had more power, i.e. think the film Bullitt. Still looks cool though:)

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    1. Absolutely! The Chargers of the 60s were "muscle cars", and Steve McQueen knew how to drive those.
      Dr. Bently would not go for the historical cars though.

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  5. Judging by our dentists, it will only take him a week (or two if the first is slow) to recover financially.
    Love this. Thank you.

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    1. bahahaha so very true and you made me laugh. :)

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  6. Yup. $$$ will pile up soon enough.

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  7. Didn't he have insurance? That should help. A little.

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    1. Depends on the insurance. Geico? Liberty? eSuance? AAA? ...the list is long...

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  8. Insurance will cover it. Maybe. Big bummer either way.

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    1. oh and Elephant's Child made me laugh. She's spot on. :)

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  9. Oh, I hope he had that car at least long enough to enjoy it a bit.
    I love what you did with Espionage :D

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  10. Element information I did not know. Glad Einstein lasted longer.

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    1. I am as well! What an amazing brilliant man!

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!