At least they left the groundhog out of it.
It was behind the engine so it likely looks a bit toasty.
Why not? We have a HUD secretary who can’t sound intelligent when he talks but was once a brain surgeon.
I had an Austin America and the speedometer was bilingual, as in both Imperial and metric. I learned (and still remember) that 88kmh is roughly 55mph. I think my last car still had metric markers but it was an ’87.
The ones that drive me batty are those involved in aerodynamics. I am used to pounds of thrust as a measure of a jet’s output even though I really don’t ‘know’ what that would feel like. Give me kilonewtons and I have no relationship with that.
The inch and foot quantities match. I assume the mile does too.
I’ve got to get Snuffles out and have a talk with him.
I got the Drivers’ Ed Movies in a class I had to take after I got three speeding tickets about 40-something years back. I had missed them in school. My last ticket happened about 30 years ago. I was doing 40 in a 35 mph zone – and I wasn’t the fastest car on that road. My old Maverick tended to move a bit faster downhill than it could on the level. I wish I still had that car.
Apparently he is. I heard tonight that It thinks it was everyone’s fault for not raking up all the leaves. Are we going to start paying people to go out and rake up the forests? Pardon me while I collapse in mocking laughter….