Continued: Raging at the bull
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- 05:30 pm, May 17, 2012
After getting hammered down by her master, the Lamborghini Gallardo’s funeral procession reaches the Quingdao Auto Show.
Not so long ago in the Chinese town of Quingdao, a wealthy Chinese man who was burning in the devil’s wrath, hammered down his beloved possession – a Lamborghini Gallardo, until she would breathe no more. He loved her with heart and soul, but he couldn’t see his loved one helpless and damaged and so her death looked like the only way out to end the pain. Though his were the hands that freed her soul, the real need and the cause of her death was the ill treatment she received during her dark journey to the hermits at the Lamborghini mansion. What pained the Chinese man more was that no one in the gigantic Lamborghini kingdom would take responsibility for the damage that was done.
His heart was stone-cold now, but it still bled with pain. His beloved’s whine of death couldn’t go unheard. It had to make noise and bring the sinners to justice. With great hope, he lifted the Gallardo’s 1,500 kg carcass and laid it on a flat-bed wagon. The wagon was then driven around Quingdao so that the onlookers could learn of the sins that the hermits had committed. The funeral procession did not end there. The beaten and broken Gallardo was also brought to the local auto show where the authors and carriers of the news of the world were present. The Chinese man hoped that the word about his beloved’s tragedy would spread like wildfire and someone at Lamborghini, who had a heart, would take notice of the misery that the man and his lovely black beauty had suffered. And thus, the wait began.
Did the funeral procession melt any hearts? Were the sinner’s brought to justice? To be continued…
First Published on 05:30 pm, May 17, 2012
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