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Friday, March 31, 2006


I have been thinking that I am going to need a new roof on my house. It's my understanding that my homeowner's insurance premium will drop if I get high-impact shingles.

You know... the kind of shingles that can possibly withstand an Oklahoma hail storm.

Well... I got to thinking. How good are high-impact shingles?

For example, have they been tested against PHA's?

(A PHA is a "potentially hazardous asteroid".)

Did you know that there are 775 known PHA's?

Then I got to thinking some more.

Maybe I had better check my homeowner's insurance and make sure that there isn't a PHA exclusion in my policy first.



Anonymous Moof said...

PHA's, eh?

*adds PHA's to the "oh oh!" list*

Wouldn't the odds of wining a lottery be better?

Sounds like a lot more fun too!


April 01, 2006 5:49 AM  

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