Fw: TEN LITTLE DRIVERS
Edward W. Hammitt (ehammitt@IX.NETCOM.COM)
Sat, 9 Aug 1997 05:50:49 -0400
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> Subject: TEN LITTLE DRIVERS
> Date: Friday, August 08, 1997 6:20 PM
> Ten little Drivers, cruising down the road, one had a heavy foot, and
> there were nine. (Speed limits are set for your safety)
> Nine little Drivers, the hour was getting late. One dozed a moment, then
> there were eight. (A tired driver is a dangerous one.)
> Eight Little Drivers, and the evening seemed like heaven. One showed his
> driving skills, and then there were seven. (Drive sensibly and sanely at
> times, a car is no place for a clown)
> Seven Little Drivers, their lives were full of kicks. One bought a
> and there were six. (Gasoline and Alcohol do not mix)
> Six Little Drivers, impatient to arrive. One jumped a traffic light, and
> there were five. (Don't gamble years of your life to save a few seconds)
> Five little Drivers, wheeling near the shore, one viewed the scenery, and
> then there were four.
> Four Little Drivers, happy as could be, one passed a car on a hill, and
> were three.
> Three Little Drivers, busy it is true. One neglected car repairs, and
> there were two.
> Two Little Drivers, and the day was nearly done, One didn't beam his
> and then there was one.
> One Little Driver, who's alive today. By following the safety rules, he
> hopes to stay that way.
> Taken from Warehouse Operations, June 1997, page 10, Volume 2-97
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City