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[RC] Stick vs. Automatic - Julie Fuller

You wrote:

And number five--I can ease my way into a stop without using my brakes
except for a tiny whisper at the end.

And it reminded me of the time I was cruising through a parking lot in my old 1969 Ford PU... stick, of course, and had some guy who was behind me catch me at a stop and say " Do you know your brake lights don't work?" And I said "What makes you think I was using my brakes!?"


I tried to remeber that, and at least touch the brake pedal to warn people behind me after that. (Of course, I still like to mess with people who tail-gate, especially when I'm pulling a trailer! Stupid Yuppies!)

Julie

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