For an year-old boy, he's unusually curious about big-picture problems, his dad says — from natural disasters to civil rights. And he's always loved to tinker. That's why it wasn't a surprise when Bishop, after seeing an upsetting local news report about a 6-month-old who died when left in a hot car, resolved to make sure something like that never happened again. So Bishop, in his McKinney, Texas home, drew a mock-up of a device that would sense if a child is left alone in a car.
11-Year-Old Texas Boy Invents Device to Prevent Hot Car Deaths
Men vs. Women: Cars | Men vs. Women Series | Bruce Sallan
There are such gigantic differences in how we look at, buy, appreciate, and deal with the horseless carriage. In many ways, I think our respective attitude about cars is emblematic of our attitudes about most everything. Again, this is not a right or wrong, just a big difference. The regular caveat for these columns is that I am making general observations. There are exceptions to any generality. I know. My wife is the quintessential example of a woman and cars, in my opinion.
Fast Driving Girls
Here at Digg, we try our best to cover the most important and confounding memes that come across the timeline. But the web is littered with tons of great memes that never quite hit the mainstream, instead bouncing around the weird corners of Twitter or Reddit. Enter: our recurring feature, Memes, Ranked, where we not only rank the funniest memes each week, we also keep a running top 10 of the best memes of Skip to that here. First viral in January of this year, it's one liner meme format about begging someone to not do something because they're "too sexy aha.
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