|Size:||6 x 9|
|ISBN: H C
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|Published:||August 5 -09|
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A myriad of wild and woolly ‘bin there, did it, wished I hadn’t’ type Karmic ‘Innie’ and ‘Outie’ misadventures and humorous car and driver humor related stories, which either involves the cops or are moving vehicle related. No sad stories, all are funny
Nearly everybody in the world can relate in one way or another with at least one or more of these hilarious life’s little foibles type adventures. (See Book Review below for one reader’s honest opinion).
God giveth and the car taketh away. The car giveth and ‘The Man’ taketh away. Who among us has not been there and had that happen. You know how it works. You win a lotto and your car responds by blowing an engine. You fine tune your car and forthwith get a ticket for going a mile an hour over the speed limit. You buy a brand new car and immediately run over a nail coming off the lot. So what’s going on? It’s simple, according to author Cliff Livingstone you have a Karmic Car Cycle going on.
Everyone knows how Karma is supposed to work. The things you do which are good for others go into the ledger as good Karma. The things you do which are not so good go into the ledger as bad. If all goes well, eventually the ledger will be evened out and you’re off the hook.
Ergo, in the present case about cars, if you did something involving your car which was bad for the car or others, the Karma is bad. If the thing you did was good, the Karma is good. Only the Karma isn’t related to the universe of higher spiritual beingness, it’s related to the universe of things powered by gunk pumped out of the ground.
If you do something bad it’s an ‘Innie’. If what you do is good, or something is in your face, It’s an ‘Outie’. Once the ‘Outies’ become equal to the ‘Innies’ the books are balanced and you’re off the hook.
Given this simple premise, you can now explain just about every untoward adventure you have ever had relating to your car, or to the cops, or to a judge, or to just about anything else related to the subject because it now makes sense. You had a Karmic Car Cycle going on.
In the absolutely hilarious, easy to follow, true to life but tongue in cheek routings of the author’s Karmic Car Cycles throughout the book, the picture unfolds brilliantly.
For example, you once deliberately ran a red light clucking proudly to yourself because you figured you had just pulled the fast one of the century and no one was looking. The problem is according to Livingstone, the Gods of cars are always looking and really don’t like anyone messing around with the law in one of their own.