Thursday, October 18, 2007

Proof of Insurance?



65' custom-built motor yacht complete with staterooms, a state-of-the-art galley, G.P.S. system and radar for navigation, twin supercharged diesel engines, etc.

$2.5 million


Champagne, chocolate covered strawberries with cream, and music dockside for the excited "soon to be owners" and a small group of friends.

$500.00


Two corporate representatives, crane, and rigging complete with faulty turnbuckle.


$2,500/hour

(Note the guy in the stern!)




Watching your dreamboat nose dive into the harbor, accompanied by two corporate representatives just prior to "inking" the final paperwork . . .






PRICELESS!

2 comments:

Instant Tragedy: Just Add Sean said...

"I'm sorry sir, there was a 'little' water damage. Just sign here and we'll take off $10,000 off your final price"

OOFa...

That would suck.

Noone hurt thank goodness.

"Hello State Farm, you'll never going to believe this."

IT

Uncle Bracelet said...

I had the exact same thing happen to me, only it was a much larger yacht because that's how I roll.

I thought I'd brighten your day and let you know that I'm blogging again. I know, I know. It's probably the single most important thing you've wished for while serving our country.

You're welcome.

Stay safe. Stay sane. Save lives.

(Or just perform DRE's for those serving who are over 40 and getting up a lot to pee)

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