Madisonians divorce their cars
Divorce can sometimes be cost-effective, especially when you are divorcing your car. Four drivers, including (pictured from left) Mike Weber, Erin Carlman, Amy Groshek and David Zaks, all of Madison, signed divorce papers Thursday, getting rid of their vehicles and signing up instead to use shared cars through Community Car, a Madison organization that's been growing by leaps and bounds during this day of high-priced gasoline. Subscribers to Community Car reserve time to use one of 17 cars located around the city, without having the expense of gasoline, insurance or car payments.

Although this little blurb in The Capital Times today may seem innocuous, the message board rants that follow it prove otherwise. Read for a good time.

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