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When the limo driver stands there waiting with a sign that reads “Bohen” at the airport, I like to go up and tell him, “What a coincidence! That’s my name too!!"

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Yesterday, the last episode of "Fantomworks" aired on Motor Trend TV.

This, with "Bitchin' Rides", were my 2 favorite shows of the type. Both showed you how to do stuff (Yeah, good luck, gb), the shop owners showed great ingenuity and a real talent for design.

Dan ("Fantomworks") even occasionally told us what some jobs cost, breaking out labor vs. parts.

Dan was a Green Beret, then a test pilot and did a lot for veterans and charities.

I will also miss the secretary/mechanic, Audrey who I find scrumptious,



BTW, I considered the Green Berets, but that is a terrible color for me.....

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Just after Dawn, Newark, Summer of 1968

Just after Dawn, Newark, Summer of 1968


Christine, her girl friend and I just left an all night party at someone’s apartment, somewhere in Newark.

I didn’t know the host, but there were a lot of drugs there.

Mostly, we smoked dope. Some friends went on to heroin, I did not. Christine did.

Bleary-eyed, I drove home, certainly not at my best.

McCarter Highway was, in the center of Newark, a road with stoplights and two lanes in each direction. It eventually became a highway.

At a light, we noticed an unusual couple in the next car. The driver was a very large body-builder with arms the diameter of my legs. He looked Spanish. The woman passenger’s hair was so frigging high that she had to slouch in her side of the front seat.

Sunroofs weren’t common back then.

We may have giggled at this weird Norman Rockhard tableau. I don’t think they could have heard us.

A few minutes later, I inadvertently cut their car off. I was pretty far from being in good driving condition.

I think I waved “sorry”; not sure.

I see Mr. New Jersey coming up on our left side, telegraphing his intentions.

So, when he pulls up trying to cut across us, I know what’s going to happen and steer left.

This left him fishtailing down the highway as I slightly sped away.
I say “slightly” because my Bugeye Sprite was apart and I was driving dad’s Renault R8 Automatic. Yes, automatic. I could go out for coffee between shifts. It was SLOWWWWWW.

I cannot outrun this fellow.

This time he arrives on my right and tries the same move. Same result: I dive toward from where he came, he over corrects again and fishtails all over the highway.

(Yes, he learned nothing from our first adventure.)

I am going as fast as the car allows, which is surprisingly inadequate.

Do the French not like Jews?

I am in a tough spot. The 3 of us couldn’t hold him off and who knows what his girlfriend has hidden in her hair??

My exit is approaching and I’d really like to take it.

My opponent pulls up again on the right, raises his giant fist and screams at me. If I thought it would end there, I would’ve been okay. But, it wasn’t going to.

I have Christine lower her window. I scream back, challenging him to a fight, telling him to pull over.

We both head for the shoulder. He stops and I pull quite a bit further on.

I stop. He runs the pretty good distance to my car. He seems a bit tired at that point.

I look, give him a friendly wave and go to my beloved exit.

I also realize that there is no chance of a 3-way in my near future…

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First Time Camping

Michael and I stopped at his parents’ house in Tuckahoe, NY to pick up his family tent.

We were on our way to (the actual town of) Woodstock to camp in a field and listen to folk music.

Jerry Jeff Walker was there to sing his surprisingly big hit, “Mr. Bojangles”.

I’d never camped or slept in a tent before.

We begin to set up while it’s daylight. We get the tent spread out and lay the poles down.

Suddenly Michael is yelling, fuming and upset. He says his sister (who used the tent last) didn’t pack all the connectors for the poles. Michael can get worked up and tends towards “doom and gloom”.

Okay, I think, we’ve got to deal with this. I go out in the woods looking for fallen branches that could substitute, and vines I could use to tie up things.

A bunch of people join me, making it a bit of fun. We return to the camping site and I begin doing the best I can with improvisation.

I finish and the result looks rather poor. Yes, it would keep the rain off of us, but too much (i.e. more than gentle) wind will blow the entire structure over.

Michael zips open the tent door. That’s where we see, to my surprise, the entire bag of connectors inside.

I am not….uh….er….a happy camper.

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Lyft passenger taken for terrifying 120-mph ride in a Dodge Charger SRT

Would you be concerned if your rideshare driver showed up in a Dodge Charger SRT?

How about if he began chatting about the muscle car's top speed of 182 mph?

Or if he then demonstrated what the Charger's snorting, Hemi-powered engine was capable of?

A Lyft customer who didn't wish to be identified was recently confronted with this scenario in Union County, N.C.

WSOC in Charlotte reported how the passenger's routine rideshare trip turned into a stomach-churning flight from the cops:

When the driver revved the engine, the passenger took out a camera and begin shooting video.

[video]https://www.facebook.com/wsoctv/videos/428892181185721/?t=1[/video]


Meanwhile, the Charger accelerated to speeds reportedly exceeding 120 mph in a 55-mph zone and roared past a North Carolina State Highway Patrol trooper.

"I was like, 'What the hell, dude?'" the passenger told the station. "And then he (the driver) said, 'There's a blue light. I'm going to jail. I've got to go.'"


The trooper and other officers who joined the chase couldn't keep up with the Charger, which they reported as swerving through traffic and passing on a double line. Eventually the car zipped behind a house, came to a stop and killed the lights.

"He straight up told me, 'You're going to Charlotte with me,'" the passenger said. That didn't sit well with the customer, who reportedly demanded to be let out at a gas station.

Once he was out of the car, the passenger called police, who were able to track the driver — Michael Cranford, Jr., of Charlotte. Cranford was arrested on multiple charges including speeding and reckless driving.

According to court records cited by WSOC, Cranford has been pulled over for speeding at least three times, but charges were reduced and the cases disposed of.

Lyft has reportedly deactivated his account.


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Lyft apparently not into efficiency....
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$3 Million Pagani Huayra got STUCK in the SNOW!

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Jon Batiste, Colbert's bandleader, talking about discovering Thelonious Monk as a kid.

"I thought his name was The Loneliest Monk."

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"Man is certainly stark mad. He cannot make a worm, and yet he will be making gods by dozens."

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“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing so some people have entertained angels without knowing it.” – Hebrews 13:2. This should teach us that kindness can lead to great things.

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Forget Self-Driving Cars. Bring Back the Stick Shift.


Technology meant to save us from distraction is making us less attentive.

By Vatsal G. Thakkar
Dr. Thakkar is a psychiatrist.






I was backing my wife’s car out of our driveway when I realized I wasn’t watching the backup camera, nor was I looking out of the rear window. I was only listening for those “audible proximity alerts” — the high-pitched beeps that my car emits as I approach an object while in reverse. The problem was that my wife’s car, an older model, doesn’t offer such beeps.

I had become so reliant on this technology that I had stopped paying attention, a problem with potentially dangerous consequences.

Backup cameras, mandatory on all new cars as of last year, are intended to prevent accidents. Between 2008 and 2011, the percentage of new cars sold with backup cameras doubled, but the backup fatality rate declined by less than a third while backup injuries dropped only 8 percent.

Perhaps one reason is, as a report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration put it, “Many drivers are not aware of the limitations” of the technology. The report also found that one in five drivers were just like me — they had become so reliant on the backup aids that they had experienced a collision or near miss while driving other vehicles.

The fact that our brains so easily overdelegate this task to technology makes me worry about the tech industry’s aspirations — the fully autonomous everything. Could technology designed to save us from our lapses in attention actually make us even less attentive?

Uber’s march toward a self-driving car hit a major speed bump last year in Tempe, Ariz., when one of its self-driving Volvos struck and killed a pedestrian. While a lot of focus was on how a vehicle with cameras and radar sensors could completely miss a human being on the road, less has been said about the failure of the most intricately programmed system in the vehicle — the brain of the human in the driver’s seat.

An investigation revealed that the driver was watching Hulu until the moment of the crash. Because the human brain is impeccable in its ability to filter out extraneous information, this type of behavior should have been predicted. During normal driving, our brains are in a near-constant state of vigilance. But let someone or something do the driving for us and this vigilance easily fades.

Something similar seems to have happened with a handful of fatalities involving Tesla’s Autopilot mode. It seems that the drivers made little to no effort to intervene.

The introduction of safety technology has resulted in unintended accidents in other contexts as well. In December 2017, a patient died at a major medical center when a nurse searched for an anti-anxiety medication in an automated dispensing cabinet by typing only its first two letters. She chose the first drug that appeared in the results — Vecuronium, instead of Versed. Vecuronium is a paralytic drug that is sometimes used in executions. When it was administered, the patient’s vitals crashed and she died within days.

Technology seems to have turned against us once again in the deadly crashes of two Boeing 737 Max 8 aircrafts. In October, pilots on Lion Air Flight 610 in Indonesia seem to have struggled against the plane’s supposedly lifesaving technology. Investigators suspect that sensors incorrectly interpreted the plane’s ascent as too steep, causing the plane’s “maneuvering characteristics augmentation system” to kick in. It brought the plane’s nose down, ultimately into the Java Sea at 450 miles per hour.

Boeing had begun to develop a software fix, but it wasn’t ready in time for Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, which just this month crashed, possibly because of the same bug, killing all 157 people on board. In these cases, no one can criticize the pilots for failing to pay attention. Still, the crashes were a wake-up call, especially because pilots weren’t required to be trained on the new technology.

Though a supercomputer will always surpass the human brain in terms of pure speed, the brain is beyond complex in its ability to reprioritize salient data inputs from multiple sources. If one input becomes less relevant, our cognitive systems shift their attention to the next most relevant one (which these days is usually our mobile devices).

But there’s one feature available on some cars today that can increase a driver’s vigilance instead of diminishing it — the manual transmission.

A car with a stick shift and clutch pedal requires the use of all four limbs, making it difficult to use a cellphone or eat while driving. Lapses in attention are therefore rare, especially in city driving where a driver might shift gears a hundred times during a trip to the grocery store.

I’ve owned a stick-shift vehicle for the last 20 years. I bought my first upon graduating from med school — a used 1994 BMW 325i. Years later, my best man wrote “just married” on the back windshield, and the next year my wife and I drove our newborn son home from the hospital in it.

Sadly, sales of manual transmissions are falling, and many automakers, including Audi, are discontinuing the option in the United States. It appears that I’ll have to keep my 2013 S4 model until 2026 if I want to teach my kids to drive a stick.


When I bought that first five-speed BMW, my dad cautioned me about safety, thinking that driving a stick would be more distracting and less safe. He was wrong. Though research on the safety of manual transmissions is scant, one study on the driving performance of teenage boys with A.D.H.D. revealed that cars with manual transmissions resulted in safer, more attentive driving than automatics. This suggests that the cure for our attentional voids might be less technology, not more.

Note: The late great Tim Mullin and I discussed this once. I thought his theory, like this doctor's was wrong. A few days later, I told him he was correct.

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Clay Bennett, of the Chattanooga Times FP, Created Perfect Logo for the GOP and He's Still On Point.




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Her Name Was Susan



Several years ago, I posted a remembrance from my experience as a junior medical student at UCLA in 1964. The recent events in Alabama have released a flood of memories from that period. So with your indulgence I am reprinting that diary. As an old white male, I can never pretend to know the agony and despair that so many women have suffered and continue to suffer as the result of those who would deprive them of their choice and dignity. I can only try to understand. Even at the age of 78 it haunts me still.


Her name was Susan. She was young. She was beautiful. She was intelligent. She was articulate. She was dying…

Susan was a 23 year old single woman who came to Los Angeles in the early 60’s to pursue her dream to become an actress. She had played the leads in her high school plays somewhere in Utah. She was runner-up in the Miss Utah pageant. She managed to get a couple of walk-on parts in some B-grade Hollywood films. She was a starlet.

A year or so after coming to the West Coast she became pregnant. The father quickly faded away into faceless LA. Her good Christian parents were humiliated, outraged and wanted nothing to do with her. She was on her own. Broke. Friendless. Pregnant. Scared.

So she took the bus to San Diego, walked across the border and headed to a cheap, dirty Tijuana abortion clinic. Four hours later she was back on the other side of the border, in pain, bleeding and completely debased. By the next day, the pain had become unbearable and she was spiking a temperature. She went to a local emergency room and was hospitalized overnight at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica. She was subsequently transferred to the Medicine unit at UCLA Medical Center, at that time a small teaching hospital in its embryonic stages.

I was a 3rd year medical student in my first clinical rotation at UCLA. Susan was one of my first patients. We were about the same age. I was embarking on my medical career. Her life was ending

Over the next three weeks, I learned how people die from sepsis. Her uterus was perforated. She had developed gram-negative septicemia. Our knowledge of and access to antibiotics was primitive and limited. Eventually she went into renal failure. She burned with fever. She was racked with abdominal pain. The lovely face become sallow, sparkling eyes sunken, lifeless. Her skin turned a sickly bronze color. Her breath reeked the pungent stench of ammonia. After weeks of agony, her frail body mercifully surrendered.

As I recollect these painful images of my brief encounter with Susan, the most outrageous aspect of this experience is not even the way she died. It is that she died alone. During those three weeks, she never had a visitor. There was no boyfriend - he was off to other conquests. There were no parents - they disowned her in shame and embarrassment.

Even worse was the mindset of the medical staff. While she was given the requisite care, there was little, if any, sympathy or compassion for this young woman or her situation. There was always the profound sense that “she brought this on herself,” that she was, in the final analysis, just “an unfortunate tramp” - Even As She Lay Dying.

It is now 50 years later and I still carry this burden of shame for myself, my colleagues, my society, my country. And to this day, whenever the subject of Roe v Wade comes up, whenever I see and hear the holier-than-thou religious fanatics trying to take away the rights of a woman to control her own body, to make her own choices, to force her into the back alleys of Tijuana, I can still smell the stench of ammonia in the air.

Goodnight, Susan, we will not forget you.
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