You might check out the pumps at Wal-Mart for this sign---or did you already?
Yeah, sure. We trust you. Which means, since they don't know who "you" is...could be anybody....that we trust "everybody". Which is stupid. But anyway, we trust you even though we've got six cameras recording you right now.
That pic was definitely made in Wise County because you would never see anything like that in Dallas County.
There's this one pump at the Citgo in Alvord that asks 20 questions too, but you can't read the darned display. I've gotten several unplanned car washes there because I hit the wrong button. I'm not the type to complain to get my money back, so I either drive off, if my truck bed is full of stuff, or go ahead and wash it. I HATE WHEN THAT HAPPENS! Silly me, you'd think I'd remember which darned pump it was.
3:51If you went inside to ask for your money back, I'm sure it would take you at least a half an hour. Even though I frequent the place (and tell myself it will be the last time)quite often, I swear they are the slowest people on earth.
Just outside the camera shot to the left"VIDEO RECORDING IN PROCESS: WE PROSECUTE ALL DRIVE OFFS TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW"It's kinda like the "BEWARE OF DOG" sign which hangs comfortably above the "welcome" mat.
2:51, as if Wise County is the bastian of decency and civility? Think not. On a per capita basis, (meaning the odds you've got of bumping into one) Wise County leads the region in methers, drunks, swappers, molesters, highway deaths...on and on it goes.
I've always maintained that "country" people love to trumpet their hospitality yet the only reason they are so friendly is to distract you while they plunge the dagger into your back.
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