…when your electric company (which primarily runs on coal) mails their customers postcards saying they can save the environment by switching to paperless billing.
Day: November 17, 2018
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.