…when your electric company (which primarily runs on coal) mails their customers postcards saying they can save the environment by switching to paperless billing.
Things St. Louis drivers do not believe in:
- Speed limit signs.
- Stop signs.
- Yield signs.
- Exit Only lane signs.
- Any sort of stripes painted on roads or parking lots.
- Headlights in rain, snow or fog.
- Headlights in the dark (until the sun has been down for one full hour AND the car has been in motion for at least five minutes).
- Turn signals.
- School zones.
- School buses.
- Basic courtesy.
Things Chicago drivers do not believe in:
- Lanes have a direction.
- Newton’s laws of motion.
- The Pauli exclusion principle.
Things Florida drivers do not believe in:
- The use of pedals to control a vehicle’s speed.
- The need to see.