As part of the application for a vanity plate, you should have to give an explanation.
So many questions.
Maybe he is a great guy.
On Driving Teachers
My driving teacher was an older lady with no time for anyone’s shenanigans. She was a former prison guard and had very strong ideas feelings about racism and race relations that she was not shy in sharing. She told me, very early on, that if she shouted and ripped the wheel from my hands (I’m … Continue reading On Driving Teachers
On More Thoughts on Buying a Car
I have previously written about the psychology of car buying here. As a social experiment, it is fascinating. As a process to sit through, it’s a lot of waiting followed by quite a huge amount of debt for a long time. I’m writing this because, mere months after paying off my last car, I decided … Continue reading On More Thoughts on Buying a Car
On Personalized Number Plates
I'm not collecting these. Just...keeping them for future reference.
On Meeting a Quiet Englishman
I have a car. I live in Austin, so it really helps, even if I took to driving like a teenage boy takes to soap and water. But, I do have a car. But, maybe about 9 months ago, the manufacturer of my car (who shall remain nameless) sent me a recall notice; my passenger airbag … Continue reading On Meeting a Quiet Englishman
Go on. Try it. I dare you.
#Illinois2018 – Do You Waze?
Every time I travel, it’s like I’m catching up on what the outside world already knows. On our trip to San Francisco earlier this year, the number of people Lyft-ing and Uber-ing on the curbside outside hotels and restaurants was remarkable – to me. Maybe this is just how the world works for the modern … Continue reading #Illinois2018 – Do You Waze?
Slow Car, Sorry
I need one of these stickers. Neeeeed.