Huh. How many pre-war cars had transverse engines? Is this a really early example of such? »
No mention of cognitive load. Personally, I think a driver should draw the line at letting things talk to them. If you have to talk back (and organize your thoughts coherently for the recipient...AND do so considering the limitations of the dictation system) you're pushing it for being able to pay attention to the… »
I played Gran Turismo with one once.
Also, I played Street Fighter 2, hands vs. feet, using regular SNES pads. Feet did admirably despite no fierce attacks. Don't remember if I could pull off any special moves that way. »
There are some neighborhoods that just go all-out for halloween, and of course that's where the kids are gonna go. And yeah, they tend to be the wealthier ones, because poor people can't afford to spend hundreds of dollars on decorations. If they really are bringing in carloads of kids to this neighborhood, it… »
I've only ridden in a Cavalier once. It was a 2000 sedan, my cousin's. I've never felt a car yaw so much. When going over a cattle guard at 50 mph, there was this feeling from the front right hand side (the guard was installed crooked) like the front wheel was a basketball someone was dribbling 2 feet from the ground. »
Someone asked me last week "do you game?" I was reluctant to answer.
Motherfuckers, you're making me ashamed to even admit that I play games. »
When I was a kid one of the neighbors had a St. Bernard (and big even for a St. Bernard) named Tank that used to lay down in the middle of the road. My dad would have to nudge him with the bumper to get him to move. »
And look at that steering wheel. Such consideration given to safety...that column will never impale anyone. »