Parents, think twice about leaving your children with this man:
What kind of person:
1. Has an H2
2. Doesn’t wear a seat belt
3. Sips on a beer while in the driver’s seat.
4. And flicks off a camera so he can send in a picture to The Deets
That would be Kyle with some camera assistance by The Freets. Well played, guys.
Senior FUH2 correspondent, The Freets, captured this shot at the Minneapolis auto show yesterday:
Admittedly, finding an FUH2 at an auto show is kind of like going hunting with Dick Cheney. But The Freets’ heart is in the right place.
For those of you who are into this sort of thing, The Luxor is giving away an H2.
I don’t think I’d feel like a winner if I won that.
This just in from The Deets’ Stillwater correspondent, Jeff Deitch. He’s carbon-off-setting the H2 on his block with his Honda Insight. And he’s hypermiling the Insight, so I think he’s topping our work Expedition’s MPGs by a few fold.
If you owned a H2, would you feel embarrassed to park it near an Insight?
On a somewhat related note, I received an email from someone who stumbled across The Deets last night after Googling himself. I had commented on – and disagreed with – a letter he had written in the Star Tribune. He included this gem among his comments to me:
” . . . unlike some, I donâ€™t find it necessary to use the “finger” to impress my readers. See my website for a comparison to yours.”
I think by “unlike some” he means me.
I’ll take the opinion of a person who thinks women shouldn’t have the right to an abortion after being raped for what it’s worth.
If you’re looking for an alternative to The Deets where the “finger” isn’t used to impress readers, I suggest you give Hap Corbett’s site a try.
He’s so modest, he said I didn’t even need to give him credit for the photo but I simple couldn’t take credit for his middle finger.
Gary, Indiana smells bad.
I, on the other hand, was hypermiling in our company Ford Expedition when I took this.
This was my first FUH2 photo:
If it’s not immediately obvious what this is all about, try this: F-U H2.
I first heard about this in an interview with one of the founders of Flickr, Caterina Fake, on Geek Entertainment TV. Fake said it was one of her favorite Flickr tags. So on the way to work one day, I passed this H2, gave it an FU, and emailed it to my Flickr acccount. Small things like this make the world a better place.
I don’t think I could eat enough soy to crave an H2.