If it is on the Internet it must be true!I realised I am really grumpy about people giving half informed, half baked advice, that further confuses people seeking help.
I am even grumpier, when those same people try to either defend said position, or discount facts by saying it is all opinion.
I dunno.. it has always been that way for my whole life and I have a wallet with a little coins pocket that I dump the coins into first then slip the bills/notes into the side pocket.So why the hell is it now the norm to do it notes first?
I remember back in the early 90's in the US when "passive restraints" were required and some auto manufacturers hadn't figured out how to get airbags working so we had "motorized mice" that moved along the top of the door that essentially laid the should belt across your chest for you. The problem? The lap belt had to be fastened manually and since most drivers were too lazy there were thousands of crushed legs and hips as people "submarined" under the dash.IMO this is a major contribution to falling driving standards. It wasn't that long ago that cars had no "safety" equipment built-in,
That is the funniest thing I have read all month!Er, am I missing something? Why not just steal another one?Telephoned a car dealership to enquire about a new car to replace the one I had stolen.
Right, I'm definitely confused now. Why did you insure a car you'd stolen?Changed car insurance policy from stolen car to it's replacement.