Everybody knows the importance of multi-tasking. We learn it at an early age by combining things like walking and talking, all while simultaneously driving our parents up the wall. As teenagers, we learned to adapt by talking on cell phones, passing notes in class, walking, flirting, not doing homework and still driving our parents up the walls. When we reached the ripe age of 16 and realized our new found access to life outside of our parent's boundary box, did those new found multi-tasking talents of our seize to exist? Absolutely not. The combined talents that I've witnessed on our already busy and monumentally crazy road ways is down right scary. Have you ever seen a man driving with knees, sipping coffee, reading the newspaper and typing on his crackberry all while traveling at an honest pace of 95 mph? I'm sure you have, which makes it even scarier. It's not that there's only one of these types of people out there or even just a few. They're all over the damn place and it scares the living daylights out of me. With today's news of the Cadillac CTS Sport receiving Autonet Wifi Internet, I think I wet myself a bit and Engineerd only played into my fears.
Awesome. Now I can surf the internet while putting on my tie and drinking my triple grande nonfat marble mocha machiatto from Starbucks while talking on the phone. Staying within the lane and using turn signals is beneath me. I'm important and can't be bothered with road safety. No, I need to be connected 100% to my clients and my boss, and the best way to do that is through the interwebz. This is definitely the car for me!
I think it should make the old dial-up handshake sound. It would be as meaningful as the GM business model.
Damn you. We're staying inside from now on.