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Booting Up the Carpocalypse

February 10, 2019
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Remember when cars didn’t have starters, and you used to have to crank them to start? Okay, neither do I. But I’ll bet a lot of you remember a time before cars were mostly computers.…

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When Your Car Is Smarter Than You

January 17, 2018
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I totally loved my last car, so it’s ironic that it got totaled, which I didn’t love. Normally I’m not one of those who falls madly in love with automobiles. They’re just something to get…

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What everyone should know about the most social car ever designed

February 20, 2017
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I just saw a commercial for the Nissan Murano, touted as “the most social car Nissan has ever designed.” This innovation has raised some disturbing questions for me, and I feel I owe it to…

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My Car Is As Clean As My Conscience

January 9, 2017
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Have you ever noticed that when a friend offers you a ride and you get in their car, they usually say, “Sorry about the mess,” even if the car’s interior is so pristine you could…

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There’s No Cure for Chicago Driving

October 15, 2016
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SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK I thought I’d seen bad traffic. I thought I’d seen crazy drivers. Then I went to Chicago. I’m a small town boy. When I was younger, my idea of heavy traffic…

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They’re Coming for Your Car Keys. Welcome to the World of Self-Driving Cars

May 10, 2016
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One of my favorite jokes goes like this: “I got really drunk last night, so I decided to take the bus home. Now that may not sound impressive to you, but I’ve never driven a…

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Back Porch Ponderings

March 31, 2016
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Sunrise on my back porch is my meditation time.  The following are examples of thoughts that run through my mind while I try and clear it of all debris.    After watching the The People vs.…

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Friday Humor Devotional

February 26, 2016
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Dear Lord, please forgive me for my repetitive face palming toward my dimwitted NASCAR buddy.  When I asked him if we could talk and have open discourse about the safety direction of the track, he…

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Oh Deer!

February 15, 2015
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I don’t believe in superstition.  If you step on a crack, you’re not likely to break my mother’s back.  Black cats aren’t unlucky unless you’re Jen Tucker.  If you are Jen Tucker, you’re the proud…

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The Third Time’s The Charm

February 9, 2015
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The Third Time’s The Charm

I’m convinced that in a previous life I was an inventor. That, or I was an automotive engineer, because many of my ideas involve cars (which makes no sense because I’m not really into cars).…

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