Hull, David
June 2006
Empty Closet;Jun2006, Issue 391, p10B
The author recalls an experience driving home with the car's muffler hanging loose on the pavement. He decided to position the broken bracket under the muffler to protect it from being damaged by the road and drive the remaining five miles home very slowly with the muffler dragging behind him. When he got home he is faced with the challenge on how to take the car to the repair garage. He details how reading "Martha Stewart Living" helped him solve the problem.


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