That’s right, dude, as in mpg. My little, red Toyota Echo.
I really dislike paying big bucks for gas, and I like small cars. I’m small, just not as small as I used to be if you know what I mean. So last November I bought a five-year-old, 108,000 mile, Echo.
5-speed, and quick for a four-popper.
If you are old enough to remember the late fifties and early sixties, you know what I mean when I say “Japanese junk.” If you turned the item over and saw “Made in Japan” you thought junk.
My, oh, my Billy Bob, how our world has changed. Now “Made in Japan” means world-class quality.
But some things we can count on staying the same forever. (Sigh.)
(Psalms 119:89 NKJV) Forever, O LORD, Your word is settled in heaven.