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Apr

And in spring a young man’s mind….

   Posted by: Bricoleur   in Odds & Sods

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German-born theoretical physicist Albert Einstein.
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Well the car “parked” at the red light in front of me certainly did give cause to wonder about the efficacy of “hands free” cell phone laws.

But my train of thought was broken by the mad honking from the car behind me — a driver who apparently wasn’t quite as willing as I to give the young couple in the car in front a bit of time after the light turned green …. but then he probably wasn’t thinking the same thought that crossed my mind…. I couldn’t remember it precisely at the time, but a quick search refreshed the memory; yes it was mister relativity who allowed:

“Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.”— Albert Einstein

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