My 1995 Toyota Tercel with over 188-thousand miles passed inspection today with no repairs needed.
I make amends now for whatever I said over two years ago.
I saw Dennis Webster of WJTN last month when I was at Friendly's for The Saturday Morning Breakfast Party and he remarked, "I remember when you first came to work for us. You had that little green car with the Rochester markings on it."
"I still have that car, Dennis," I said. "In fact, I drove it here today."
"My word! That car must be made of marble!" he exclaimed.
Over the weekend, I jokingly told a group of people that the reason why my car has lasted as long as it has is because I played almost nothing but Morrissey in it the first week I owned it.
"I figured after that, anything else I played would only make the car happy to be alive and plugging along. It seems to have worked so far," I dead-panned.
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