Let Me Count The Ways

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chris_skeeles

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On my way home from the lake today I found myself thinking...

How many ways do people ask us that common question? You know the
one, the question placed on you, the Amphi owner, everytime you fuel
up - Everytime you stop by the corner deli to get a bag of ice - That
nagging question the malinformed public feel compelled to ask.

"Does that really go in the water?"

or

"Is that one of them there carboats?"

or

"Does that thing float?"

Of course we can reverse the scenario by placing ourselves in the
Amphi, in the water.

"That that really go on land?"

or

"Is that one of them boatcars?"


Now of course we know this is only the begining. Once you commit
yourself by answering, you set yourself up for the follow up round of
questioning:

"How fast does that go in the water?"

"How many engines does it have?"

"What keeps water from comming in the door?"


Chris
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