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Extra Crispy

Bert was getting a ride in Oliver’s new super duty Ford pick up truck when they came upon a red light. They were second in line behind a tiny Toyota. The headlights of the jacked up Ford nearly reached the … Continue reading

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The Great Music Debate

Hal opened the car door and slipped into the passenger seat. Immediately his ears were assaulted by thumping pop music. Mason tapped out the rhythm on the steering wheel. “Nothing like awesome tunes for a road trip, eh?” asked Mason. … Continue reading

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The U-Turn Analysis

Ken and Barry were carpooling on their way to work on Wednesday morning. Without warning, the car ahead of them made a u-turn and sped down the street in the opposite direction. “Whoa,” exclaimed Ken. “I’m not sure that was … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Psyche of Pigeons

Claudio was driving with his daughter Maria on a beautiful day in the city. Out of the corner of his eye he noticed two pigeons flying toward the side of his car. The first pigeon turned away at the last … Continue reading

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The Electric Bike Vindication

Brent took a sip of coffee he just picked up at the drive-through window and cringed. “They put too much sugar in it. It’s like drinking candy.” Reggie lunged at the steering wheel from the passenger seat as they nearly … Continue reading

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Turning Left in Rush Hour Traffic

It was rush hour. Dylan looked from the passenger seat of his brother’s car at the drivers around him. Everyone seemed so unhappy. “Did you see that? That woman was texting,” said Dylan. “I know,” said Steve, never taking his … Continue reading

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A True Tale of the Stupid and Bizarre

I watched a young woman race across the street against four lanes of speeding traffic, then stop in the last lane to avoid a puddle. She forced a car to stop, the driver honking violently. She held up her hand … Continue reading

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