If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Scientists recently found out.
First an old broken-down Nissan Maxima was towed directly below a large oak tree about to fall in a dark and desolate part of a forest. The theory was that more potential "noise" would be created if the tree fell on an object as it would in a populated area rather than simply fell on the forest floor. Even an ersatz "road" was constructed beneath the car.
Super sensitive audiolaters and noise-matrons were stationed around the tree as scientists listened hundreds of miles away. Yesterday, August 13, 2013, the tree finally fell.
The tree made no noise.
The car screamed: "WHAT THE F**K!"
There you have it, folks: mystery solved: You should be scared to death to drive in a Nissan Maxima. No results yet about other cars, but keep watching the Friday Fictioneers for further prompts similar to the one above upon which this 127 word news item is based.
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So glad I have a Toyota and ... what's that? What did you say? Who are .... HOLY CRAP!