It’s a book, and a best-seller, but its pages are blank, which is not merely intentional, but true.
I don’t want a vehicle which is smarter than I am, and I certainly don’t want one that believes it’s smarter than I am. Therefore, Cedric, Volkwagen’s driverless pod concept just unveiled by VW ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, is not for me.
I don’t particularly like so-called smart phones either, although I was forced to get one after my 14-year old flip-top kissed the floor and broke apart. Of course, part of the problem is that my body produces an unusual amount of electricity, even when I’m calm and comfortable. Vehicles are not quite so affected, but the driverless models are more sensitive. When I actually need a personal robot chauffeur, I probably will be too mentally foggy to care, but for now driving myself without assistance is both beneficial and enjoyable, and I mean to continue the practice for as long as it’s safe.
Massive creds to this college student for juggling to prove to cops he had not been drinking after they pulled him over for driving slowly. Turns out the young man was being careful because he knew his vehicle had a faulty brake light.
Since the 1970’s a woman in America could complain of abuse by an employer or business, then sit on her fanny while the federal government pursued the alleged miscreant, and the complaining woman would get the fine or jury award and we taxpayers would pick up the entire cost of the venture. That is not human rights, or civil rights, or even women’s rights – it’s special rights to which no one else is entitled, and that is how the so-called women’s rights groups want to keep it.
They also want to keep getting the tax breaks for minority and women-owned businesses, despite numerous reports that many of the women are merely fronts for the businesses and contribute nothing to it beyond getting them the preferential loan treatments and special dispensations.
The progressive women’s groups keep some very unsavory company, such as the D.C. organizer, who is pro Sharia law and has ties to the terrorist group Hamas. Additionally, at least 56 partners of the D.C. march have ties to George Soros, as well as Hillary Clinton.
I channel-surfed to see what the marchers were saying. Many of them just seemed to be hysterically anti-Trump, but none of them made much sense, especially those complaining about an apparent nation-wide shortage of pink yarn with which to make their pussy hats. Drew Belsky had a much better idea, except I doubt many of those marchers could fry an egg successfully.
Progressive feminism’s call for “equality” doesn’t help women, and neither did the vulgar language and crude costumes. Defiance of what? Solidarity in what? In believing you’re cool because you banned pro-life groups from the march?
Since this march was a spectacular failure, the progressive females have decided to promote another march for a “Day Without Women” or some such thing. The chief promoter is a convicted terrorist. But her militant and bloody background should make her perfect for the militant phase of protests.
If you think most doctors bother to read the microscopic fine print on the information fold-outs that come with modern medicine, you are dead wrong, and if you count on them to do what is really your job, you may well end up actually dead.
So all you heartburn and acid reflux sufferers take notice and protect yourselves.