Monthly Archives: October 2016


Questions That Go Without Saying

It goes without saying that when two cars collide, one or both of them will be taken to a collision repair Salt Lake City. Although this causal relationship does in fact go without saying, it goes without saying that it has been said in the first paragraph of this blog post. The obvious question then arises, if it is in fact true that this statement goes without saying, why then was it said in the first place? Although this question is indeed obvious it does in fact go without saying that it was none the less asked despite the fact that it was obvious.

Accordingly we now find ourselves in the problematic position wherein an obvious question that goes without saying has been asked and therefore said. Moreover (returning to the actual substance of the question), two cars that have found themselves in a state of collision and then subsequently taken to a collision repair Salt Lake City the next obvious question is then very likely to be asked. That question of course also goes without saying. But if the question was to be said it would sound very much like the following question that I will type in the sentence following this one. That question is, what specifically are the repairs that need to be made to the two vehicles in order to return them to the pristine state in which they existed prior to the accident which brought them to the collision repair shop in the first place?

We live in a universe of many questions many of which go without saying. The reader of this article (if he or she or it) has made it this far will quite likely know that the questions related to the subject of this post that were described as going without saying have been very much said.


The D. C. / Salt Lake City Nexus

It is perfectly reasonable for a reader of this blog to ask the question why an article regarding collision repair Salt Lake City is found in a blog entitled D. C. Auto Geek. This is a reasonable question because the District of Columbia (our nation’s capital) is very far away from Salt Lake City. In fact, the distance between the two cities is 2,083 miles according to Google Maps. Moreover it would take a driver approximately thirty one hours to drive the distance assuming he or she remained in compliance with all applicable traffic laws and ordinances. Incidentally (and conveniently), the aforementioned, law abiding driver would use US Route 81 for almost the entire trip.

I (as author of this blog post) will be perfectly honest with you (the reader). The only possible reason why an article pertaining to collision repair Salt Lake City could be found in a blog entitled D. C Auto Geek is that the blog is not intended to be read by an actual person. For you see, gentle reader,  the sole purpose for this blog post to exist are the links embedded within the content. This post serves its purpose so long as it is (1) between three hundred and five hundred words, (2) includes a picture, (3) contains the specific key words (try to guess which words in this post are the keywords!) and (4) contains two links to the website whose content it is my intention to optimize.

But you might then ask me (the author) why I am telling you (the reader) all this information. That would be a good question had you actually asked it. However paradoxically, since you do not exist (at least not in human form) there is no “you” to ask the question. Furthermore, since you do not exist there is no way that you could have read this post thus keeping my search engine optimization strategy a secret. Good day to you.