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Tag Archives: cars
Have you noticed how no one seems to use turn signals any more? You know, they’re those clicking lights on the back and front of the vehicle which tell other drivers where you plan to go. Every car has a … Continue reading
“Wow, you put a bow on it and everything!” No, I didn’t buy the blue Mustang, but that is how I greeted my favorite saleslady at the car dealership. I have been buying my vehicles through this saleslady at this … Continue reading
Actually, it should be “Damn Everyone Else …” Sometimes it’s not the other drivers who are the problem during the morning and evening commute. As the weather warms (ever so slowly), there are now bicycles and pedestrians. On my way … Continue reading