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Dec 2
10

I think at this point it should be covered with soil and trees planted on top of it. So, in thousand years future archeologists can uncover it and have some work to do.

Nov 30
1

My son was 4 and we accidentally left him in the car. We both thought the other had got him out. We realized very quickly that we forgot. And man was he pissed. 

Nov 29
11

I never understood how that could happen, but it nearly did with me. When our kid was a few months old, taking him to day care was a new habit — and generally it was my wife who did it since she had a later start to the workday. One day I was taking him for whatever reason, and I just drove right past the turn for the Read more

Nov 23
1

Nah. This happens in regular cars driven by normal drivers. When it happens in a Taycan, and it’s caught on video, it’s “news.”

Nov 23
91

Shhh, you can’t support hot takes with that kind of story.

Nov 23
96

According to a guy on Reddit, the actual thing that happened was the driver leaned over to pick up something from the footwell, and the car started rolling. He tried to push the brakes to stop it, but stomped the throttle instead, and probably panicked when it shot forward. Read more

Nov 18
3

We should strive to make cars as safe as possible, and we should (and do) pull cars off the road that are abnormally unsafe according to reasonable, modern safety standards. And you’re asking the wrong question, because ALL PLANES were not grounded. This particular type of aircraft was because of a persistent, Read more