WHO NEEDS IN­DI­CA­TORS?

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

If Co­conut had not seen it with his own tired eyes he wouldn’t have be­lieved it was pos­si­ble. But there it was, a lit­tle white car, be­ing driven fu­ri­ously around a round­about — twice! — with­out once dis­turb­ing the in­di­ca­tor switches. Not a flicker, not a hint of the de­ter­mined fi­nal des­ti­na­tion of this lit­tle round­about satel­lite. All traf­fic from ev­ery vec­tor had come to a halt while this an­gry demon­stra­tion pro­ceeded un­til, we don’t know, per­haps a voice from the GPS fi­nally told this man which exit to take or he fi­nally sur­ren­dered to a voice from the back seat. Or the cen­trifu­gal force got too much and he just sling­shot­ted off into any old exit. Any­way, it was good to see the back of this blink­ing (but blink­er­less) twerp. Co­conut can’t wait un­til driver­less cars hit the road. Pre­sum­ably a ro­bot will have a per­fectly clear sense of when the in­di­ca­tors might be need to be de­ployed. shot him­self in the crotch af­ter sit­ting on his gun. An­other un­lucky Florid­ian, iron­i­cally named Ja­son Trig­ger, shot him­self when his hand­gun fell onto the ground and went off.

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