Americans Love Their Cars to Death

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Nice autoplay, chief.
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I saw lots of other things.
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I spent my childhood digging out cars and parking spaces.
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The magical miracle of public transportation has its flaws in inclement weather too.

Ah that dystopia you mistake for a utopia--the city--is still limp when faced with the power of nature.

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Can we please PLEASE all stop calling it Nemo?
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I see citizens clearing walkways so pedestrians don't have to walk in the street.
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This now autoplays in my RSS feed, which it never did before. Fascinating.
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Good point Charles... and I love how your comments on the video cause me to look at it with more open eyes. To try and see past my own cultural blinders. We are a culture that prioritizes our ability to move about freely. Perhaps we have become so specialized that being unable to exchange goods is kind of like a blocked artery in the body that can lead to great difficulty, illness, and even death. Yet we little cells of a bigger organism are perhaps not yet aware that we are a part rather than a whole?
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Now this is an effing car!

http://www.google.com/search?q=stile+ber…

http://www.automobilesreview.com/img/sti…

http://www.google.com/url?source=imgland… ://www.insideprojectm.com/images/episode10/2.jpg&sa=X&ei=XZAaUfnZMMzriQLr1oD4CA&ved=0CAwQ8wc4DA&usg=AFQjCNENcdioFO_iMXCU34jk97Ip1k8azw
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...and American humans exhuming cars from their graves of snow.

As opposed to what, American birds exhuming cars from their graves of snow?
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Does anyone know when we started naming nor'easters?
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a 150 years ago, it was carriages & horses.