comes from my own freshman years in Canada. I had just bought a cheap, old car the day before, and a buddy convinced me to drive to a party in a town six hours north of Edmonton, on a Saturday.
The whole time, he asked me to put the foot down and relax.
“We’re in a big car, on one of Canada’s best highways, and you’re doing 70 km/h.
Floor it, man!”
When he said it for the umpteenth time, I finally snapped and told him why I was nervous:
And the weekend ended as I feared it would:
taken by the man himself!
Didn’t even know how to include an entire automobile in a picture.
I’ve been pretty insistent on my knowledge being heeded ever since. Perhaps all it takes is a ruined weekend for those in the know to become a bit more assertive.
Innovation Advisor and Industrial Design Lecturer
Relatively funny guy in Sweden..
My one big passion in life is to uphold the flag of high civilisation.
Smaller passions include cats of all sizes, American vintage cars,
obtuse movies, photography, and musing randomly on social media.
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