Death By Irony

Anti-seat belt activist loses his debate. An excerpt:

In a column written for the Daily Nebraskan in September, Derek attacked seat belt laws as intrusions on individual liberties and expensive to enforce. “It is my choice what type of safety precautions I take,” he wrote. “There seems to be a die-hard group of non-wearers out there who simply do not wish to buckle up no matter what the government does. I belong to this group.”

I wonder if these were Captain Liberty’s last thoughts before his head splattered all over the interstate. I wear a seat belt but not because there is law saying I have to. I buckle up because in the event of an accident, I do not want to exit my automobile at sixty miles per hour skull first through the windshield. Spending my formidable years eating through a straw and having loved ones empty my colostomy bag is not very appealing.

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2 Comments

  1. I think I’ll just supply your post’s URL to anybody that misuses or misunderstands the definition of “irony” from now on. Or, y’know, those stupid assholes that complain about seatbelts.

    How do you find this shit?

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