[Tr1] I feel sheltered… I didn’t know courier flights were a thing.
[Tr2] But who actually wants a driverless boat? Driverless cars are appealing because driving has become a monotonous chore. We still like boating!
[Tr3] I’m pretty sure that eventually pedestrians are going to put something in their wallet so that cars know where they are at all times. People may even come to like it if you throw in other things. The only question is what access law enforcement will have to the information.
[Tr4] A Wazetown illegally put up signs stating that their roads are only for local traffic. The solution, many places back home discovered, is to actually obstruct everything to a single entrance and exit.
[Tr5] Jonathan English says that when it comes to mass transit, if you build it they will come.
[Tr6] Teresa Mull writes about the Subaru culture. I’m quite fond of ours.
[Tr7] Autonomous school shuttles!
[Tr8] Sure seems like Elon Musk is going down.
[Tr9] Babies are only allowed to cry for five minutes.
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— KeepCalmAndDrawl (@FormerlyFormer) June 1, 2018