It's time again to get inspiration from Jenny Matlock and write for Saturday Centus. I love the restriction of 100 words, it makes me work my wee mind to keep my word count down. The prompt appears below, in bold.
I work "the line" at Chrysler, assembling rear view mirrors for the PT Cruiser. Oh, I'm not complaining - I'm darned lucky to have a job in this recession.
One day, I knew I had to stop the line because of a parts problem.
My supervisor, Frank, ran over. "What happened?"
"China", I responded.
"What the heck are you talking about? What's China got to do with it?"
All I could say was "read this".
Instead of 'Objects in the rear view mirror are closer than they appear'...
It said, 'Nearby reflections may be distorted in glass'.
This is what happens when fortune cookie writers moonlight in the manufacturing sector.