Cognitive Dissonance

"Democracy! Bah! When I hear that I reach for my feather boa!" - Allen Ginsberg

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Unfortunately, Mott the Hooptie died for the last time on the journey to school. I had to leave it in Hardin, Mont. and it’s too expensive to fix. 

RIP, Mott the Hooptie. I loved that little beast.

However, I stumbled upon a great deal on a 1975 Chevy Nova with a brand new, chrome Edelbrock engine with only 200 miles on it. It also has quite a bit of restoration to its interior and exterior, new transmission, and a new radiator. This delightful blue beastie purrs AND roars. It’s so much fun to drive!

Hooray!

*And before anyone messages me, “OMG your plate is in the pic!” — that’s the previous owner’s old, expired plate. I titled it today with new plates.

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