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Falling Trees Are Scary

My 'stang is my daily driver. Honestly, I need to drive something fun (and I cam from a 94 pontiac transport, talk about NOT_FUN). So I always have to park it on the street near my job. Rather than park it right at my job, where we have trucks rumbling by all day, I choose to park it a block away. I have been parking it on a side street the past two weeks.

Well, today, for some reason, I decided to park in a spot different from my usual. And, as anyone who's in New York knows, we got hit with a tremendous electrical storm this afternoon. When I get off work, I see the spot I normally park in underneath a tree that was blasted by lightning. The spot I had parked in on Monday had the same misfortune.

Someone's watching out for my 'stang. I breathed a deep sigh of relief!

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That's too cool. With all the injustice in the world... finally some good!

Seriously, you lucked out on that one.

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It is clear, my child, that God loves Mustangs.

Testify.

Oops, sorry, I grew up around the Rev. Al Sharpton.

"If God wants me to drive a Cadillac, why shouldn't I drive a Cadillac?"

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