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Corey Plumper
Nov 22, 2008



Is there actually a risk of being sued that makes managers roll over for these people instead of telling them to gently caress off or is it something else?

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Corey Plumper
Nov 22, 2008



InitialDave posted:

There is a base minimum level of knowledge that is expected if you're going to even get into a car. You know that the planet we're on orbits the sun, that you should brush your teeth, and that there's this country somewhere that is a source of pandas and cheap manufactured goods, right? Because that's the kind of level we're talking about here.

I was gonna try and refute this but then I remembered there's a post in this thread about someone not realizing their stereo can turn off

Corey Plumper
Nov 22, 2008



Midget Fist posted:

Oh and as for lights, that car had the low/high beam switch operated by a button on the floor to the left of the pedals. You stamped on it for high/low operation. The light switch itself was on the dash, a kind of knob that you pulled out.

I love floor mounted dimmers, wish they stuck around.

Corey Plumper
Nov 22, 2008



That's how it works here too, theoretically. The problem is that people run yellow lights pretty much constantly. So I wait for the arrow unless traffic is light and I see a opening.

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