A common argument against the widespread adoption of driverless technology is that the cars can be hacked. Perhaps these people should consider the possibility of hacking versus the fact that chronic drunk driving offenders are free to stay on the roads, imperiling - and often killing - innocent people every single day in this country.
The Alternate Route
File under: Nope. See also: Why I Can Never Live in the South.
When she felt a sharp pain on her foot after walking into a Spotsylvania County LongHorn Steakhouse, Rachel Myrick assumed she'd been stung by a bee and tried to brush it off. But soon, as she told the The Free Lance-Star, the pain turned excrutiating.
A drunk bear in Colorado broke into a Subaru last week and wasn't content with simply trashing the car like a normal bear. No, this bear also crashed the car into a mailbox before using it as a bathroom.
Ron Cornelisu, neighbor of the unfortunate car owner, told the Durango Herald that he heard a commotion at 5 a.m. one day.
"Usually, I don’t get up at 5 o’clock unless there is a bear driving a car down the street."
Police in Virginia said a 12-year-old girl stopped a man from stealing her mom's car and abducting her and her little sister the day before Easter.
Earlier today, police in Newville, Pennsylvania posted to their Facebook page about this American hero: 44-year-old Elwood R. Gutshall III, who on March 19th was arrested for DUI after committing "several" traffic violations. While some people are content to showcase their character through actions alone, and some people worry about being too on-the-nose, Gutshall wasn't afraid to just be a straight-up jackass complete with visual aid by wearing a "Drunk Lives Matter" t-shirt at the time of the incident.
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Have a new teen driver in your life? Then we’ve got a great list that gives them the gift of increased safety, and you, their parent, the gift of peace of mind. Just kidding! I am not a doctor and cannot prescribe you Xanax. Good luck with that!
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