Sometimes, we need to be told what to do.
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The upsetting reality is that we have very little control over what happens out there on the roads. Much relies on drivers of the other 1.3 million vehicles the DMV says are registered in Clark County.
Anybody got $5 billion laying around?
We all have to get from here to there. We would like to do it quickly so we can get back to our TV shows and our tweets, our kids and our lawns.
A few months ago, Doris Stoehr got the good news: The city of Las Vegas was finally going to install that crosswalk she’d been begging for.
Standards make the world go ’round. They help determine who we date, what we eat, how we interact with everyone else.
Every week, scads of emails roll in at Road Warrior Headquarters with all manner of complaints.
You can only do so much to make people behave. Ask anyone whose toddler has made his bedroom walls prettier with a red crayon.
The winch turned. You could hear the gears moving. My Volkswagen inched its way up the flatbed tow truck.
Today’s theme is enforcement. As in force. As in your government is going to force you to do, or not to do, certain things.
Rogue drivers, beware. The cops are looking for you.
Let’s get the answers out of the way first.
In the last three decades, there has been a massive push across the nation to toughen laws against drinking and driving.
To make sense of the world, we must slice it up. We must categorize the parts. We put them in their place.
The program, a nonprofit under the direction of the National Auto Body Council, is called Recycled Rides and has gone national. It has donated scores of cars over the years.
All we want is for things to work like they’re supposed to, you know?
We should outlaw pools.
It can be confusing out there on the road, getting bombarded with traffic lights and signs and cones and those dudes with the flags and the smoke pouring out of that old VW bug in front of you and the weaving big rig to your right, which makes you think of that video on YouTube where a rig jacknifed and smashed into things.
We are not perfect, you and I.
Thursday may be Valentine’s Day, but there will be no love lost when the subject of a new fixed-route bus contract is heatedly discussed in the Clark County Government Center .
Dad needs to go to the doctor’s office. Or the bank. Or perhaps he wants to stop by a gardening supply store to pick up a few items so he can indulge his retirement hobby.
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