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So, recently I noticed that almost everyone at my age are starting to get their driver's licenses, which made me think... What kind of driver would I be? Well, I thought a bit and I guess I'm a natural born... bad driver. When I start thinking about how hard it must be to drive a car, especially in high-traffic roads, I shake my head and stop thinking about it, because it scares the hell out of me. I mean, I cannot imagine myself driving a car. It's really hard to remember all of the rules. Plus if you mess up you are pretty much screwed up, both financially and/or physically (and, what would people think of you???). I think I inherited this trait from my mother -- she gets anxious when she's driving in a car... and I don't want to start talking how she reacts when she's supposed to drive. I think I will not be getting my driver's license any time soon (if ever). Anyhow, my question is: are you a natural born good driver, or a natural born bad driver?
Yesterday, my father and I went to see the Western Illinois Threshers Inc. 50th Annual Show in Hamilton, IL. There were many old tractors, a couple oil pull threshers, some garden tractors, some automobiles, and a few Mack trucks. This website describes it more in depth: http://www.westernillinoisthreshers.org/ Here is an oil pull thresher/tractor (being used to turn the belt for a sawmill that is outside of the picture). If you want to look at a plethora of pictures of old tractors, download this .zip file I uploaded here: Threshers at Hamilton IL 8-4-17.zip Backup link on Dropbox just in case: https://www.dropbox.com/s/uywtb77pdpzzwjw/Threshers at Hamilton IL 8-4-17.zip
Rainbow Dash flies right into a parked car... clumsy, clumsy dashie... I saw one of these with a desktop wallpaper, it inspired me to make one with my car so I pulled my car outside and waited for hours for a pony to fly right into it, but when that didn't happen I had to take matters into my own hands and fire up the computer. So in this image, probably my first "Ponies in real Life" attempt ever, we have Rainbow Dash flying under the influence right into a car (FUI for all you policemen out there).
Rainbow Dash is ready for a road trip as she is shown in the passenger seat of my car sippin' on a Mountain Dew. Surprised she didn't jump in the driver's seat. She's also promoting a few good messages by not having a open container of alcohol in the vehicle, and she is wearing sun glasses.... too much sun exposure can severely injure someone. Cars alone are cool but when adding dashie to them, you get 20 percent more cool in ten seconds flat out of your car, and that's what I call a tune up. Enjoy!