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Use the following word/knowledge hints (provided in no particular order) to fill in the blanks in the statement at the bottom:

Member of the Pontiac Tribe

Line of Dodges

Supreme Chrysler

Pierce sticker

Jeep Horse Whisperer

Trusty Isuzu

Edsel woe

Fearless Dodge

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  • Not all of the hints are used.
  • Hints are only used one time.

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"The _________ wrote the _________ a __________ causing him to visit the ___________ warrior who shot an _________ through the traffic ___________ heart."

What happened??

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Member of the Pontiac Tribe

There was a Pontiac Chief and also a Chieftain

Line of Dodges

Dodge models included the Stratus (which means 'layer') and the Caravan (which means a convoy of travellers).

Supreme Chrysler

the Chrysler Imperial, perhaps? Or perhaps the Executive?

Pierce sticker

Their emblem was an arrow

Jeep Horse Whisperer

A horse whisperer (and also a model of Jeep) is a Wrangler

Trusty Isuzu

Both the Isuzu Trooper and Amigo lines would fit this clue

Edsel woe

I thought the entire range were regarded as a failure? In this context, the Citation seems the most probable answer, since it would be a 'woe' in the traffic sense.

Fearless Dodge

Intrepid, surely!

Words that fit with the theme:

Trooper, Chief/Chieftain, Citation, Intrepid, arrow, Wrangler

Words that don't fit:

Imperial/Executive, Caravan

As I see it, there's multiple ways that the blanks can be filled, while still making a legible sentence. One possible solution is:

The Trooper wrote the Chieftain a Citation causing him to visit the Intrepid warrior, who shot an arrow through the traffic ______ heart.

I still think that

Wrangler

ought to fit in there somewhere.

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  • $\begingroup$ OK, so I changed it. Warmer now? $\endgroup$ – jsm May 10 '18 at 22:11

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