The day started out as a regular day. Trent filled the tractor and got ready to go to the fields. Now Trent is a lawyer and well.. enough said. He ain't no tractor driver. He took off, made it to the field below the leevee and started cutting.
Boy, that tractor sure was putting out a lot of smoke for some reason. He stopped, opened the hood and peeped in. He had no idea what he was looking at or for. Boy, that tractor sure is smoking a lot. He went back to cutting, and soon he had to stand up to see through the smoke. Boy, that was a lot of smoke. Suddenly an idea occurred to him that maybe, just maybe there might be a problem. A ball of fire 10 feet high erupted from underneath the fuel tank.
With lightning reflexes Trent tried to slam the gas lever up to stop the tractor. He slammed it the wrong way. The tractor took off leaving fire and burning tractor parts scattered in it's wake. As Trent jumped, the realization hit that a 12 foot disc was being pulled right behind the tractor, hell it was on fire too! In mid-air Trent did the cat move, hit rolled and escaped. He sat up only to watch the tractor hauling booty across the field as it burned uncontrollably. Finally, the fuel lines burned through and the tractor eased to a stop. A wall of fire devoured it as Trent sat there watching in amazement. He thought "Boy, that's a lot of smoke."
The moral of this story is simple. Never let a damn lawyer drive the tractor.