The Making of Idiots
I got to thinking today about how moron proof cars have gotten lately. Sayings like: "Objects are closer than they appear," "Fasten your seatbelt," Airbags can kill," "Avoid abrupt maneuvers," "This vehicle may roll over," "Do not overfill," "Depress brake before shifting," and "Always sit upright." These sayings can all be found in a vehicle, in plain sight. Why, you ask? Because America has become a Teflon coated, excuse of a nation. In a country where of you spill hot coffee on your tinder bits while driving, means that McDonalds owes you millions of dollars for actually giving you good service, is bullshit. Stupidity in America is always someone else's fault. Have you crashed your car? Well hell! That sombitch suddenly accelerated, internally combusted and leaped right into that dangerously placed shoe store right on its own, didn't it? Thanks to America's knowledge of how to slap a lawsuit on a person, the modern automobile has more warning lights, caution stickers, and alert buzzers than the International Space Station.