Monday, February 04, 2013
The Plymouth Bounce
These days, like most folks, I never drive or ride anywhere in a vehicle without wearing my seat belt, nor do my parents. This simple fact reminds me that society does change and people do adopt better habits; it just takes a little education and the collective goodwill of citizens and our elected officials. It only took a couple of decades for seat belts to catch on; this gives me hope that perhaps we shall, after all, take action to meet other challenges, the wealth gap and climate change chief among them.
Posted by Earl J. Woods at 6:25 pm
Labels: 1970s, Accidents, Cars, Mom and Dad, Politics
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