Friday, January 29, 2010

Cars Can Turn Good People Bad

While it might be 60 years old, this Disney cartoon is still a fitting commentary on how getting behind a steering wheel changes some people. Pretty funny too.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Could this promote motorist arrogance:

Because I spend more on my transportation (car) than you did (walker or cyclist), I am more important than you.

Because I (motorist) travel faster than you (walker or cyclist), my time is more valuable than yours.

Because the input (spending or speed) is quantifiable, I wonder whether the output (arrogance) is also quantifiable.