The first one? One rule on a motorcycle is to assume no one sees you.
The biker kept saying I have it recorded on my phone. He wasn't
on job one apparently. That's to keep one's head on a swivel.
I trust the truckers a lot more than anyone else.
I had a miserable little '65 MG Midget years ago. Lots of fun to drive
when it was running. Then one day I pulled out into traffic and the
engine died. Semi just missed it by inches. Went straight home, put an
ad in the paper and sold it within a week.
This looks similar to mine - always in the garage with the hood up...
I agree, truckers are much better drivers. Although one that gave me a lift once told me of a (female) employee he told to drive one of his trucks, and she "didn't realise it had a heavy load" and managed to capsize it going round a roundabout. He had a heavy load in the truck at the time aswell, and even as a passenger I could tell it was pulling something big.
A waiter brings the customer the steak he ordered with his thumb over the meat.
"Are you crazy?" yelled the customer, "with your hand on my steak?"
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