Straight Line of the Day: A New Law Allows Driverless Cars in Michigan. In Detroit…

Posted on December 31, 2013 12:00 pm

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A new law allows driverless cars in Michigan. In Detroit…

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35 Responses to “Straight Line of the Day: A New Law Allows Driverless Cars in Michigan. In Detroit…”

  1. Oppo says:

    … the boys on the street demand it, several times a day.

  2. Jimmy says:

    …they allow knock-out attacks.

  3. blarg says:

    …a new law requires anyone who drives to join a union.

    …a new law allows brainless city workers.

    …a new law allows tenantless houses.

    …a new law allows squirrels to collect pensions.

  4. blarg says:

    …there’s an overabundance of driverless cars because nobody’s buying them.

  5. blarg says:

    …there’s not enough white people left to get a decent “Knock-Out” game going.

  6. blarg says:

    …ever day, Jesse Jackson stands at a freeway off ramp with a sign that reads “will race bait for food”.

  7. Fred Key says:

    …, like Chicago, the law allows lifeless voters.

  8. Bob B says:

    …they’ve already perfected leaderless leadership, not to mention feckless financing.

  9. blarg says:

    …they’re demonstrating the adult version of Lord of the Flies.

  10. blarg says:

    …they’re welcoming their new Chinese masters.

  11. Iowa Jim says:

    . . . the driverless cars transport the children of jobless parents to schools using brainless teachers to teach content-less curricula

  12. nabqrules says:

    ..they mandated car-less drivers.

  13. Fangbeer says:

    legislators have taken a page from the Obamacare manual and banned carless drivers to boost the economy, make cars more affordable, and ensure that everyone’s right to drive is protected.

  14. can of spam says:

    … they’ve perfected the occupantless house.

  15. Oppo says:

    … the nonexistent drivers can attest to the fact that nonexistent quality is nonexistent-job number one.

  16. jw says:

    …the cars have been stripped so completely that driverless really doesn’t matter.

  17. blarg says:

    …a new “motor voter” law allows driverless cars to vote.

  18. Burt says:

    Pawnshops will no longer loan anything on steering wheels.

  19. blarg says:

    …driverless cars are demanding that they be allowed to marry other driverless cars and be eligible for taxpayer funded driver reassignment surgery.

  20. Burt says:

    …a Technical Institute was opened to train the unemployed in how to pump gasoline, in anticipation of the need for service station attendants.

  21. Bob B says:

    …they needed to add a pothole-and-abandoned-vehicle avoidance system.

  22. 1200intell says: Detroit their destination will be Worker-less Businesses.

  23. Burt says:

    …the city fathers asked the Department of Interior to declare 8 Mile Road a National Wilderness Area. Governor Mead offered to send some of the Yellowstone Wolves to help in their efforts.

  24. rodney dill says:

    …they allow a brainless City Council.

  25. chip says:

    A new law allows driverless cars in Michigan. In Detroit… they are the only cars on the road because everyone else who could afford a car has left the city.

  26. walruskkkch says:

    A new law allows driverless cars in Michigan. In Detroit…

    they allow a populationless city.

    Anonymissless cookie jar.

    they allow victimless accident fraud.

    cars without drivers have been a feature for years.

  27. Gumbeaux says:

    … thousands of getaway drivers will now be collecting unemployment.

  28. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Pulseless voters

  29. blarg says:

    …they’re experimenting with a taxpayerless city.

  30. Writer says:

    …requiring mandatory alcohol testing of all vehicles.

  31. Bob in Feenicks says:

    …politicians have always been ethic-less.

  32. NoMoBama says:

    documentless immigrants

  33. Karen says:

    … the cars are driverless anyway.

    … It became legal, and quickly went out of fashion.

    … People were told of the law, and the universal response was, “So, if we switch a car into neutral and shove it down a hill towards the liquor store, it’s okay? Sweet! Beer run everyone!”

  34. Amer-I-Can says:

    …. no one will notice since the drivers are mindless anyway.

  35. tanstaafl says:

    the cars refuse to enter the city

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