almost puked just now
Is there a term for automobile-induced agoraphobia?– because thanks for giving me whatever you call that.
Ok, so I was searching Google for “fear of automobiles” and another common query was triggered, “fear of automatic toilets.” I found this: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/12/nyregion/12flush.html
I think people drive like they talk or date or do their job or navigate buying the right dog–not so well.
loved the activity bus.
I don’t like the ones where people get hurt.
those motorcycles just blew apart.
jesus. seems like a lot of people died in those crashes.
the guy who just speeds past the cop from the turn lane was smart.
I don’t stop and gawk, I keep moving.
I feel ill. Yet the two fire trucks crashing was also hilarious.
I’ve only watched the first minute (no physical agony yet) and it’s brilliant.
4:45: greatest moment in firetruck history.
presumably both firetrucks had their sirens on and couldn’t tell the other one was approaching?
2:30 is awful and gorgeous; watch the bag rise.
“firetruck history” is a book I would read.
J.G. Ballard much?
Two thoughts come to mind:
1) I don’t ever want to drive in Oxnard.
2) I don’t ever want to drive again.
And this addendum:
1) I don’t want to see the bicycle-car compilation. Ever.