Before its release, West Virginia may regulate Google Glass while driving
You didn’t think that those crazy Britons were the only people lobbying against Google Glass, did you?
Late last week, a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates introduced new state legislation that would effectively ban Google Glass usage while driving. As far as we know, if West Virginia’s bill were to pass, it would be the first bill in the country to address Google Glass and similar devices.
Ah, come on, WVA, give us a chance. I mean, no one, but no one would wear Googles glasses and drive.
If the last snow helped eliminate some of the drought affects, this one should be just as beneficial. It is, or was mostly sunny though the temps remained low. The ground is mushy. That’s a good thing.
Near neighbor is keeping a low profile. The Government lady for welfare came around for her monthly look see and had to wade through the snow to reach the front door.
I did notice that the cameras he’s placed about were dug out and uncovered. Priorities there are straight anyway.
Penny down at the favorite Con Store indicated she was feeling a lot better.
The other day she called in sick and told the only male she hires she wasn’t coming in and he was to close the store if he couldn’t get anyone to come in to relieve him.
Joe said he’d probably hang ong until he was tired, or, that is, until about after school closed.
When I mentioned to Penny today Joe looked tired when I was in talking with him the day she was she was sick, she said that Joe was tired whether he worked twenty minutes or three days.
I laughed. She flounced. Most of the women think that Joe is tired all the way through.
So tell me what is new with governments stealing money?
I received an invitation to join a brackets group for the March Madness. I didn’t accept it. I felt bad about that.
Watching the game scores, I realized that I couldn’t keep a winner in mind, nor on the score sheet on the desk.
I’ve concluded that I’d have been the mad one if I’d joined the group. Total — well, madness.
Legono and his sometimes friend tangled fenders in the NASCAR race, again. Watching I’m not sure whose fault it might have been the way the cars were washing up the track coming off the last turn and given the side draft action of slowing the cars.
The lower car could have drifted or it could have been deliberate. The result, of course, wasn’t good.
From the reaches,