Join Date: Mar 1999
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Yeh, COMMON DRIVING EXPERIENCE!
There was a time when they taught you what to do with a BLOWOUT TIRE because it was a common everyday driving experience.
It's not sampling error, it's just you're in the group that needs to read the manual. A bit slow, that is...
They would teach you in drivers ed (circa 1979) that if the throttle sticks put the car in N, apply the brakes, and carefully turn the key to the 'off' position and get to the side of the road.
So sh*t, what does that make it---has driver's training stopped teaching what to do if the throttle sticks? What to do when a tire blows out?
Is it a matter that they are no longer daily driving experiences, OR A DEGREDATION IN QUALIFICATIONS FOR GRANTING AN OPERATING PERMIT?
DUMBING DOWN THE POPULACE KILLS PEOPLE. Because standards of excellence are not pursued, and people justify it in this type of bizzare manner, people will continue to die.
I wonder, oh how I wonder how many incidences of this phenomenon has resulted in deaths in GERMANY? Or Western Europe in GENERAL. They have slightly stricter operating permit requirements. Could it be OPERATOR ERROR plays a part?
Oh no, It's the terrible multinational, shutemdown!
Who is John Galt?
What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun -- that means
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If I throw a dog a bone, I don't want to know if it tastes good or not. -- Brick Top
Canadians don't get it. Period. End of discussion.