Sunday, December 16, 2007

again with the mafia


Tim had to replace a tire while working on some clean up in the San Diego area (he reports that his house was safe) when he spotted THIS! So, I guess the real question is, whose "lifetime"?

8 comments:

Jeff said...

Probably just to protect them from penny pinching zombies.

Jason said...

Yes, who is lifetime indeed.

bethany said...

oops. I blame my regimen of pain killers. Fixed.

A Devil with Unity said...

Lifetime is typically used in these guarantees to mean "the period of time which the original purchaser owns the vehicle" and not any given lifespan of the purchaser or the usability of the car.

Jeff said...

^
We know that. But it's more fun to pretend we don't

Pete said...

This reminds me of the old "Roadrunner" cartoon when Wile E. Coyote purchased a hot-air balloon from the ubitiquous Acme Company. Instead of "Lifetime Guarantee", the carton read "Guaranteed For the Life of the User."

Kristy said...

You know it could be worse...

At least "mounting" wasn't in quotes.

Anonymous said...

i like the idea of a lifetime of balance and rotation. sounds invigorating.