That’s a Lotus Cortina. It’s a neat little Car built by Lotus and Ford in the 1960s. If you’ve ever driven in a car from the early 1960s, you’d know that a lot of the sheet metal on display in this race car wouldn’t look out of place in the original. Cars back in the day had lots of metal showing.
The election results are in from the Uncanny Valley, but the race is still too close to call. All we know is that Mike Tyson is trailing badly among voters in the “Excuse me, say what?” demographic. Trump’s righteous bass lines supply a rock-solid constituency to draw upon, but Kim’s over the top shredding style is a hit in the eastern precincts.
Hazard, that is. The Borderline Sociopathic Blog for Boys is way overdue for a session of laughing at Russians driving funny. Luckily for us, there’s an inexhaustible supply of source material.
At first, you begin to wonder why no one in Russia ever sees danger coming. To a casual American observer, the majority of these crashes seem to happen in slow motion. You can see the cars languidly drifting into the wrong lane from a half-a-mile away. Yet somehow, no one in Russia ever notices anything.
Well, that Hackerman lad means well, but he’s never going to get chicks or receive a government grant with that sort of approach. His sweet style is likely to be irresistible to hot babes, don’t get me wrong. It’s just that “hacking time” isn’t really where the action is in computer science these days. Mass erasing Twitter postings that don’t conform to this afternoon’s social justice opinions is where the smart money is being spent. That, and selling electric cars at a $10,000 loss per car and making it up on volume.
Anyway, the Borderline Sociopathic Blog for Boys doesn’t write checks with our ass that our mouth can’t cash. Wait, that sounded bad. We don’t walk the talk until we’ve stolen another man’s moccasins. Hmm. That didn’t sound quite right, either. Anyway, we’re willing to post our scientistic research papers online for peer review. Unfortunately, peers are very hard to find in our niche, mostly because we’re so awesome. Among ourselves, we refer to peer review as: letting the pets up on the furniture. If you’re interested, you can read our treatise on Deconstructing SCSI Disks. It’s a grabber.