Portland, OR – Pouting like a 7-year-old who was denied ice-cream before supper, college sophomore and part-time valet Danny Shroder was upset your car couldn’t form a perfect geometric doughnut. “Dude, I take Advanced Geometry, bro. I know what a 360 looks like. Your clunker made more of a an oval or something twerpy like that, dude. Like, so weak, bro!” spouted the 19-year-old self-proclaimed Einstein. “I can make an isosceles triangle with my Uncle Dave’s old Pontiac! C’mon, bro. Step your wheel game up. I dunno even know why I work here.” At press time, the hotel Shroder worked for dropped his scholarship payment-match benefit and reassigned him to cookie arranger.