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Falling Down Stairs And Being Car Sick

You won’t see any car reviews here for a while. There’s a reason for that. You see, when you are a car enthusiast the prospect of a drive in something tasty engenders a feeling within akin to that of a kid in a sweet shop. The prospect of the open road and the roar of the engine coupled with the feel of the wheel in your hand and the smell of the admiring crowd, all build to a crescendo in your mind: but there are dangers, as I have discovered. Continue reading

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Shun The Car

As you go about your daily grind have you ever wondered how you set about getting highly lucrative employment in the fields of research and investigative study? The jobs must, like the truth, be out there because there seems to be many well-funded organisations at home and abroad that each have a ‘Department of Researching & Stating The Bleeding Obvious’. Continue reading

American Road #11: Clowns To The Left, Jokers To The Right

roadBill Crittenden continues his American Road series with a look at lane discipline stateside: In the past few years, as the internet and Twitter have allowed me to connect to people from all over the world, I’ve discovered a thing many other countries have that Americans do not: “lane discipline”. I’ve noticed this especially recently as the UK has started ticketing drivers who cruise along in the middle lane without anyone to the left of them. Continue reading