I encountered this Clover Conga today, on the way home:
The lead Clover being a motorcycle Clover, who kept about an eighth of a mile following distance between himself and a large commercial truck. Behind the motorcycle Clover, a Prius Clover – who maintained a similarly extended following distance.
This extended Clover Conga ends up covering about half a mile or so – and it’s damned hard to get by them all in one fell swoop, or even piece by piece.
But I managed to!
The situation described (and video’d) is why driving in this country has become so sclerotic. All it takes is one Clover to gum up the works. Two of them acting in concert – and everyone’s screwed.
PS: I’ll be on Bill Meyer’s show again tomorrow – I think 3 p.m. East Coast.
PS PS: My fundraising appeals have fallen on deaf ears – mostly – thus far. Looks like EPautos’ four-month streak of operating in the black is over. We’re currently (as of late Thursday) about 40 percent shy of that.
I’m still mumbling prayers to Crom that a miracle will happen over the next 48 hours or so and we’ll make it all up.
We’ll see, I guess.
I can rebuild a Kaw triple in an afternoon… but I have yet to figure out how to get a stable revenue stream going. Despite the site reaching thousands of people every week, only a relative handful consistently support it. It may be necessary to do as VDARE.com and some other sites do and periodically close shop until the proverbial needle swings from “e” to at least int he vicinity of “f.”
I hate the idea of that – much less actually doing it. I’d much rather that everyone who regularly comes here simply toss in the equivalent of price of a cup of coffee or a decent beer (tap), not Miller Lite in a can once a month. That’s all it would take – because the we have the numbers. If those numbers did toss in. As it is, only about 10 percent of you do. You’re therefore absolutely critical to the survival of EPautos – as well as other sites that doe not toe the line.
So – with mere hours left in May – I stick my paw out and ask for your support. If you can do that, I can do this.
Thank you. In advance!
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