“Think as I think,” said a man, “or you are abominably wicked; you are a toad.” And after I thought of it, I said, “I will, then, be a toad.” ― Stephen Crane
Bad grammar, no seat belt and using the word "floor" when they mean "ground". That's all I needed to watch.
You did not stick around for the Australian?
Cah? "Your"? Dear God no.
Wow, takes all kinds, I guess. My Dad used the F word once, ONCE, in my presence when I was a kid. And even then he tried to snip it off.
Sixty, I was thinking that must be why they were honking. And it looks like he wrote it on the back of a public street sign.
I don't like the idea of seatbelt laws (to each his own I guess) but that whole video made me nervous.
So Dad is in on it because there's a series of AngryDad videos from the same guy. He has to be playing along if there are that many "pranks" on Dad.
I stopped by the local Ford dealership back in late '62 or early '63. I had heard that they had a new 1963 Corvette Stingray sitting on the lot. No idea why it was there, but there it was, a beautiful split window Vette. A thing of beauty. Made a big impression on this callow yute.Off to the side, in the back, was a state police car. A Ford. Wrecked in a head-on collision. There were two human head sized holes in the windshield. That made an impression on me, too.If cops' heads can go through a windshield in a collision then what chance do I have? Physics is the law. So when we got a car with seat belts I didn't have to be told twice to use them. Now when I get pulled over it's never for a seat belt violation.
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