Thursday, December 14, 2006

Things That Make You Go Hmm…

Why do speedometers mark the fives (15, 25, 35, 45...) instead of the tens. If you answer, most speed limits are marked in fives, I will then ask you, why are most speed limits marked in fives instead of tens?*

Write me up for 125
Post my face, wanted dead or alive
Take my license, all that jive
I can't drive 55!
Oh, yeah!
I can't drive 55!
I can't drive 55!
I can't drive 55!
I can't drive 55!
Uh!


* I was once in a parking garage where the speed limit was 8 miles per hour. What's up with that?

1 comment:

  1. I used to drive on a mountain road in Northern California that had a speed limit of 14 mph in one area and 11 mph in another. Felt kind of Twilight-Zonish.

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