Don't You Ever...

Submitted by IN SEINE

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

For centuries fisherman navigated the dangerous straight by the light of the moon.

Naturally there were accidents and deaths every year, so the government placed a lighted buoy in the middle of the straight to provide light and guidance for the fisherman.

Well the number of accidents tripled in a month, and the government was forced to remove the buoy.

What is the moral of the story? You should never send a buoy to do a moon's work.

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