In this blog post the Best Auto Resource Blog (B. A. R. B.) would like to take some time to talk about the tote pump and how it qualifies as the best auto resource. Before we engage in this analysis let us first establish that this particular piece of equipment is an auto resource in the first place. In order for a piece of equipment to qualify as an auto resource it must be demonstrated that said piece of equipment is an asset that can be drawn upon by an auto in order to function effectively. This demonstration can be accomplished rather quickly.
ESTABLISHING A DRUM PUMP AS AN AUTO RESOURCE
As a demonstration that a pump is an auto resource consider the following. Autos are comprised of many parts, some of which happen to be pumps. Because autos require its component parts to both exist and function effectively it can be logically concluded that a pump is an auto resource. The question remains, however, as to whether a pump is the best auto resource and not just a good auto resource or an auto resource of some other level of importance. Fortunately it is also a somewhat simple task to establish the pump as the best auto resource.
In order for a component part of an automobile to be considered the best auto resource it must be convincingly argued that without said component part the auto would function less efficiently than it would without any other part. Without getting into the details of the process, the B. A. R. B. ran a series of tests involving every single part that makes up the typical auto. One by one we removed each part and then measured the efficiency of the auto as it ran without that specific part. The tests convincingly demonstrated that the pump was in fact the best auto resource.
Today, your best auto resource happens to be a shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City as a mode of transportation. This happens to be your very best auto resource because there is no better auto resource among all the other auto resources available. The question is why is there no other auto resource that is as good or better than then one mentioned in the first sentence of this paragraph. There could be many possible answers to this question. Finding the best answer to this question will be the chief aim of this blog post.
PARK CITY TRANSPORTATION IS NOT YOUR BEST AUTO RESOURCE AT THIS POINT IN TIME
Unfortunately this means that Park City transportation is not your best auto resource at this point in time. This by no means should be taken to mean that Park City transportation is an inferior auto resource from an objective stand point. It simply means that when a shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City is compared to Park City transportation, the shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City happens to meet more of the requirements used to measure this sort of thing than does Park City transportation.
At this point in the blog post we have still not yet answered the question as to why there is no better auto resource than the one mentioned in the first sentence of the first paragraph of this particular blog post. To answer this question we must ask ourselves (and quickly now because we are half way through the final paragraph of this blog post) just what are the criteria used to determine the best auto resource. This of course is no easy question to answer in the space remaining. As such it must be the subject of a blog post subsequent to this one.
There is a surprising connection between the drum pump and automotive advertising. This connection although surprising is not so easy to explain. Moreover, it probably would not be easy to explain within the confines of a three hundred word blog post. Alas, that being said that is the task that my editors have tasked me with. For that reason there is not another word to waste seeing as this first paragraph has been largely taken up with explaining why this task must be performed rather than explaining the problem itself. Such is the spirit of this problem and such is the matter that must be contended with.
THE TOTE PUMP CONNECTION
For the purposes of this blog post let us make the assumption that drum pumps and tote pumps although different are close enough to be considered the same thing. Therefore, whether we are talking about a drum pump or a tote pump we know that a connection exists between pumps (let us say) and automotive advertising. This connection essentially revolves around the fact that automobiles are composed of various parts some of which would fall into the general category of a pump. Although pumps might be used in the construction of automobiles, this does not necessarily mean that there is a connection between pumps and automobile advertising.
Nevertheless, this connection does exist and we shall attempt to use this last paragraph to establish the parameters of this connection. As consumers of advertising, we (myself and all the readers included) are not aware of pumps being displayed in any capacity in any sort of automobile advertisement. However, we know that the pumps exist within the automobiles displayed in the advertising. The question remains whether this is enough to establish a connection that is worth writing a three paragraph blog post about. The answer is apparently, Yes.