Last Call: Cavalier Attitude Edition

Self Driving Cavalier
It was only about two miles from the dealer when Ernest started to have doubts about the salesman’s assertion that the Chevy Cavalier he had just bought was in fact, a self-driving car.
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  1. smalleyxb122 Avatar

    He must have forgotten his phone.

  2. Fred Talmadge Avatar
    Fred Talmadge

    No wonder book sales are down. All the readers are dead.

    1. Alff Avatar

      That appears to be a photo of Rob Ford driving irresponsibly. I find that hard to believe.

      1. Maymar Avatar

        As a Torontonian, we were shocked, *shocked* I say!, that RoFo would do something irresponsible.

        1. smalleyxb122 Avatar

  3. 0A5599 Avatar

    Years ago I was heading to a concert, saw a free parking space open up on the opposite side of the street, and cut across more perpendicularly than the policeman behind me would have preferred. The flashing lights came on immediately, and I was already in the process of parking. I had been doing some sort of repair on the car that afternoon, and still had the repair manual on or near the console, in plain sight.
    He saw it, and asked why I was reading while driving. I don’t know that he was actually convinced that it is possible to have reading material at arm’s reach and NOT read while driving, but he let me go.

  4. JayP Avatar

    I see people read-driving all the time.
    Mostly with tablets now.
    If I’m not in a hurry I’ll pull up beside and watch them read. Sometimes they’ll slowly drop their reading material. Sometimes they ignore me. A honk of the horn seems to wake them up.