Detroit - As home foreclosures escalate the need to bulldoze vacant property is expected to soar. That is why orders for bulldozers have hit a 100 year high, according to bulldozer salesman Ravegay Iggerday, of Detroit.
We have Mr. Iggerday on the record:
"Most of our orders are for knocking down houses and leveling the lot to turn into parks. My customers confide that after that, mass graves will have to be dug for the dying homeless as well. The bulldozers are the super heavy-duty type large enough to bury large houses, all the possessions, and make it look like nobody ever lived there. My customers tell me that the real reason this is being done is to cut carbon dioxide emissions, from too many people. They told me aspartame was not working fast enough."