The topic of dumb things people do to their cars has come up many times on the Deminski & Doyle Show. It's usually a topic of discussion after an irritating bumper sticker or eyelashes on headlights are spotted on our way to work, but today I saw something new and I really hope I don't start seeing these everywhere.
I'm sure the frenzy surrounding the dress that was either white and gold or blue and black depending on who you asked was more than enough to hold you over for the rest of the decade as far as color and optical illusion debates are concerned. We do need to settle something, however.
Have you noticed less drivers being pulled over on your commute home lately? According to a new TIME article, this is a nationwide trend and it's leaving some municipalities broke. Traffic and parking citations are down over 21% in Nevada.
There seems to be an endless list of apps that are available for smartphone users. Whether you're on Team Apple, Team Droid or Team something less relevant, there are a lot of options upon entering your app store.
This might be the most viral thing in the history of the Internet. I can only think of a handful of times I've seen all of social media buzzing this much about the same thing, and that's saying something. New Jersey is full of smart people, so let's settle it. Do you see white and gold? Black and blue? Something totally different?
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