I won the bet! Of course. Solar energy is superior and I knew it would pull through for me. I practiced frying an egg ten times before I invited my friends to my house to show them. I had it nailed after my second attempt but I wanted to be absolutely sure that I would do it flawlessly in front of my friends. And I did.
It was easy for me to use the commercial solar panels I bought to fry the egg. I won’t go into detail about how I did it because that’s not the point of this post. The point is that solar energy is obviously superior to nuclear energy, because if you tried to fry an egg using pure nuclear energy you’d probably get very sick. I’m not a doctor so I can’t 100% guarantee that, but I think I can safely say that the sun is a lot healthier than man-made electricity.
Whilst I was frying the egg, I also took the opportunity to chat with my friends about solar energy in general and the benefits of solar power for business and their personal lives. As the egg became more and more cooked, they started listening more intently to what I was saying. It was awesome watching them transform into solar energy enthusiasts right before my eyes. Once the bet was won and I had eaten the egg I cooked, they all brought out their wallets to give me my winnings, but I refused. I told them to keep their money and put it towards buying their solar system. It was important to me to win the bet and change their minds, but it wasn’t important to me to win the money. They also all agreed to enter into a solar lease. I couldn’t be happier.
I feel like my work here is done. I accomplished something special with this and I’m proud to say that I have made a difference in the world.