Monday, 23 April 2012
T is for Turning Right
This is exciting news indeed. It means that while your journey may be ten times longer, you no longer have to take this risky manoeuvre, and you can even detatch your right indicator (if you know how), because you won't need it any more.
But. What I want to know is, how do you get from A to B by just turning left? It seems to me that while this may be a comfortable and simple way to travel, its also an excellent way of going round in circles. At least you will always be able to find your way home. Again and again and again.
All of which puts me in mind of a friend's cat. Brain-damaged and epileptic, it had a predilection for going to sleep on high shelves. It would then have one of its fits, and crash to the floor (thus no doubt compounding its brain damage, never mind risking its life and limbs). This cat, too, could only turn left, so in order to go right, it had to turn in a circle.
The cat died. Perhaps here's a lesson to be learnt here.