16 Comments

  1. Fueltruck
    April 10, 2017 @ 8:34 pm

    Nissan Figaro?

    • Unknown
      April 11, 2017 @ 4:28 pm

      Definitely!!!!

    • DailyTurismo
      April 12, 2017 @ 5:52 am

      Great job solving the puzzle Fueltruck!

  2. kaibeezy
    April 10, 2017 @ 9:50 pm

    3 shells? How do you use them?

    • Pcar928gt
      April 11, 2017 @ 1:41 am

      "He doesn't know about the three shells!"

  3. sean scott
    April 10, 2017 @ 9:55 pm

    [image src=" nick.mtvnimages.com/nick/video/images/spongebob-squarepants/spongebob-road-trip-16×9.jpg?quality=0.60" width="400px"/]

  4. Fleetwood T. Brougham
    April 10, 2017 @ 10:51 pm

    I just want to thank Doc D for looking out for us regular joes. Even after having his Volvo featured on Bring a Trustfund, he still remains true to his humble roots. We salute you Dr D.

    • sean scott
      April 10, 2017 @ 11:28 pm

      Doc D, I will raise a glass of 1928 Krug with my pinky fully extended to your sale on BaT!

    • Dr. D
      April 10, 2017 @ 11:55 pm

      Uh, well thanks guys, but I think you have me mixed up with someone else regarding BaT. I DO comment there from time-to-time, as "Dr. D" same as here, however I haven't had a Volvo (or anything else) featured there. Maybe someone with a similar name? I'm not even sure what feature you are referring to, FTB.

      Nevertheless you can still count on me to look out for the regular joes, of which I am one.

      And congrats of course to Fueltruck, who seems to have gotten this one correct a mere 2:04 after it was posted. I struggled to get this one, but failed.

    • DailyTurismo
      April 11, 2017 @ 2:50 am

      I think folks are confusing "Dr. D" and "DoctorDel" — while they are both doctors of some distinction (Doctordel assured me that the University of Rangoon School of Proctology and Other Related Tendencies was behind in their diploma printing at my last "physical" with him) the Dr. D who solved today's What Am I is a different person from Doctordel of the Volvo 1800ES that he found through DT and sold through BaT.

      Great job Dr D!

    • Fleetwood T. Brougham
      April 11, 2017 @ 3:22 pm

      Ahhh, mea culpa. Much like I get too lazy to type "Fleetwood T. Brougham" every time and revert to "FTB", I thought DoctorDel was doing the same. My fault, Dr.D.

    • Dr. D
      April 11, 2017 @ 3:49 pm

      @DT — *sigh*

      I DID NOT SOLVE IT! Once again the hard work of a dedicated reader has been overlooked, this time apparently not by neglect, but by clerical error.

      Full credit goes to Fueltruck, who was the first person to comment here and who got it correct.

      And yes, I think I may have been confused with my esteemed colleague DoctorDel (again.)

      I'm not really a doctor. Well, I do have a Juris Doctorate if that counts. Also from the University of Rangoon School of Proctology and Other Related Tendencies.

    • sean scott
      April 11, 2017 @ 6:54 pm

      FTB – you inspired me to do this logo.
      Shirt maybe?
      [image src=" i10.photobucket.com/albums/a106/sscott55/BaT_zpsniuzglsp.jpg" width="400px"/]

    • kaibeezy
      April 12, 2017 @ 2:46 am

      i bought the URL and pointed it to DT – carry on

      no, not really

    • FTB
      April 12, 2017 @ 2:21 pm

      Sean—can't get the image to load. Sad to be missing the surefire geniusry.

  5. doctordel
    April 14, 2017 @ 4:46 am

    Y'all seem to forget that I am of zero use in solving these weekly Exercises in WTF. My MD came from the night shift front desk clerk at the Holiday Inn Express in Camden, SC. And it was handwritten in burnt sienna Crayola. Our resident counselor Dr D has proven his automobiles chops here time and again, OTOH.

    Oh, and BTW, the Volvo was put up over at BAT eventually but since it was found here first in 2012, it was posted here first last year when I got the air cooled itch. Which is a legit diagnosis in ICD-10 speak.

    L53.22 Air-cooled itch: nonerythematous eruption of the posterior surfaces of the superficial integument, with a specific etiology traced to the absence or abrupt withdrawal of the odiferous and auditory signature of a flat six internal combustion engine which lacks a conventional liquid cooling design. Peer reviewed literature suggest only one known cure, which has consistently shown immediate short term promise but exhibits diminishing returns over time until another cure must be pursued and purchased. Prognosis is poor for patients finances.

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