Louie and his wife are listening to the radio when they hear the weather report: "A snow emergency has been declared. You must park your cars on the odd-numbered side of the street.” So Louie gets up and moves his car.
Two days later—same thing. "A snow emergency has been declared,” blares the radio. "Park your cars on the even-numbered side of the street.” Louie gets up and does what he’s told.
Three days later: "There will be a foot of snow today. Park your cars on the …,” and then the power goes out.
"What should I do?” a confused Louie asks his wife.
"This time,” she says, "why don’t you just leave the car in the garage?”