Tuesday, June 24, 2008


Today I got a letter from State Farm telling me I could save "as much as 40%" on my insurance rates by switching to them. This is the same company that, for over two years, has been suing me and make my life about, oh, let's say 40% less enjoyable, as well as making my insurance rates go up about, oh, let's say 40%. I'm thinking about tracing a particular finger gesture on the letter and sending it back.


Sammy Jankis said...

Okay, THAT, my friend, would be classic! LMAO! I think I may start doing that with political ads.

Giftie Etcetera said...

I read this aloud to my mom (without mentioning it was from a blog, of course). We had quite the laugh.

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