Like all right thinking Americans we were appalled, horrified, shocked, even gobsmacked (whatever that means) when we heard that a sinkhole had opened up beneath the NATIONAL Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky swallowing up eight great Corvettes. Clearly, this catastrophe is the work of of sinister forces operating under the earth’s crust who hate our freedom and, possibly, fiberglass objects. No two ways about it, this is the work of the devil whose name we don’t even bother to capitalize as a reflection of our disdain. Imagine if a volcano erupted and spewed molten lava on the Museo Nazionale di Lamborghini — if such a thing existed. You just know the UN Security Council would be called into emergency session to deal with the crisis but the world seems to be sitting on its hands as our Corvette legacy tumbles into an abyss. This happened in Kentucky and have we heard a peep out of its very own Senator Rand Paul? Nope! He’s seems to be spending his time plagiarizing speeches and lawsuits and suing the the Obama administration over the NSA’s surveillance program
One which we strongly urge be kept in our sights and out of harm’s way is this delightful green ’67 Stingray convertible finished in Goodwood Green. Those Coker Classic Red Line tires are a great finishing touch so we must do all we can to keep this beauty out of Beelzebub’s evil grip.
Even in socialist Sweden, our national treasure is revered. We saw this ’69 convertible cruising the streets of Stockholm as if a gauntlet were being thrown down to the dark forces who would deny the world the benefit of American automotive beneficence. To the dauntless owner, piloting his topless Kentucky-born thoroughbred in freezing temperatures, we can only say Må Gud välsigna och bevara dig!
Just so you have an idea of the power of freedom’s adversary, we offer you a look at surveillance video, NOT shot by the NSA, of true infamy visited upon the Homeland’s greatest treasures.
..and just to show that not everything in Bowling Green is totally evil, we offer the sublime Everly Brothers’ recording of “Bowling Green.” Listen here to ward off the darkness.
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