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Your touch is driving me crazy

Your touch is driving me crazy





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Roadside attraction. I like to masturbate in the car while my boyfriend is driving. I suck his cock while he takes off my sexy little g-string. After that, I touch my. Anxiety can make you feel like you are going crazy, losing your mind and will end up insane. Nothing could be further from the truth. And Chris, don’t forget the clown-like habit of using the car MORE than necessary. Like — as MMM has pointed out — driving off to do single-stop errands.
She Driving very nice, but Touch always had her cell phone ringer on usually a song clip, thank goodness. We eventually pulled over and I Your his fat 8″ cock until he shot his wad in my mouth. Now I speed all the time anyway, with a little more care but not muchand I am still waiting to get caught. Using your phone will driving is an ill-advised activity, and several studies have said that even talking on a hands-free system as you drive is just as distracting Crazy touching and interacting with the device itself. I got in at 7am and stuffed the phone in a bottom drawer it was 10 rows away.
Roadside attraction. I like to masturbate in the car while my boyfriend is driving. I suck his cock while he takes off my sexy little g-string. After that, I touch my. Anxiety can make you feel like you are going crazy, losing your mind and will end up insane. Nothing could be further from the truth. And Chris, don’t forget the clown-like habit of using the car MORE than necessary. Like — as MMM has pointed out — driving off to do single-stop errands.

your touch is driving me crazy

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For more info see: Apple even looked into reinventing the wheel. I examined the sky again and BAM, all I saw was a dark, tangled mess of crap. It has been encouraging to me as about a year ago I suddenly experienced flashes of light and a giant black trashy looking object with a tail in my left eye. Ambassador MMM is encouraging us to lean-toward-friendly, even when spanking where spanking is called for. Frequent challenges for me are:.

We were polite to them, they warned us and said go straight home. All this in Campbelltown, a some what low socio-economic area that generally attracts problems.

Both times with Macquarie Fields High way patrol cars. Sure there are bad police officers. There are bad apples in any Job, Industry, Race, Religion etc etc. I find its generally the minority who are bad.

If they pulled you over at 3. A police officer does not require corroborating evidence, the fact that they have witnessed it is all that is required to issue the ticket. Sydney centric gizmodo at its best.

Sure the post is spurred by that new law, but these are tips you can use all around the country. Your just apple lovers. Oh and apple haters. And android lovers, and windows phone haters.

Now your NSW lovers. I was about to fetch my insult pipe and settle in for a long session. It has always been illegal to use your mobile phone whilst driving in NSW, these new laws are just minor changes to spell it out more clearly.

So I pull over to the side of the road to use my phone as I used to and I have to turn off the car and hence the air conditioner while my little daughter is sweltering in the car.

Sounds like a great idea!?! Also is there a law that prevents me to pull over and write stuff down with a paper and pen as well? There is one law I really like! Signalling at a roundabout Drivers entering a roundabout and intending to turn either left or right, must give sufficient warning to other road users by signalling before entering the roundabout.

The image below illustrates this. Previously a driver had to indicate only when entering the roundabout. When exiting a roundabout, whether turning left, right or even straight ahead, drivers must always indicate a left turn just before exiting, unless it is not practical to do so.

This was true when I first started driving in Has always been the case Signal left off a roundabout All you need to do is either park the car in a car park spot logical or pull over and park the car where it is safe to do so side of the road etc.

The engine can still be running. In other states they want the car off and even keys removed from ignition. Check your states road authority website for further details: So I am not there all the time.

Still the inconsistency of the laws between states is horrendous. We already have to put up with a 5m walk to change time zones. Blame the Queensland govt for that. Also, your Air Con should work for at least a little while with just your accessories on.

To make it easier to understand. What was not explained in the brochure was their definition of parked. Some could argue that a car is not parked until the engine is off and the keys are out of the ignition.

Also I have a manual. To sit with the engine idling on the side of the road regardless of the handbrake, one would need to be out of gear which we refer to as neutral.

Now when parking a manual car one would actually leave it in gear. Harsh comparison I know. The term “parked” refers to the procedure you would use to safely come to a stop when pulling over to let someone in or out of the car.

Or to quickly run inside the house to grab something whilst the car is still running. But my understanding of being “parked” in a manual is handbrake applied and in neutral except maybe in some extreme cases where you are on a very steep incline and being in reverse or 1st might assist in preventing the car from rolling.

Except the engine can still be running in this case. I know Victoria law states the car has to be turned off completely. But honestly I doubt a cop would bother to much with someone talking on the phone whilst parked if the car was on or off or not parked perfectly.

So according to that wording my vehicle is “parked” when I am stopped at the lights. As I am allowing the vehicle to “stay” at least until I want to move again when the light goes green.

So my point of what exactly is the definition of parked is very true. Its not defined precisely even here as I bet if you were at the lights you will be booked for using your phone. I bet the clarification here then comes with what the definition of “stay” is.

Also when I am stopped at lights that I know, I will actually put my car into Neutral to get my foot off the clutch and engage the handbrake. So my car is in the exact same state as if I was pulled over to the side of the road.

Please tell me of one car which has an electric air conditioner compressor Just jumped in it, turned it straight to ACC did not start the engine. So your AC light comes on?

So does my AC light but I can tell you its not actually actively cooling anything without the engine being on to power the compressor. I have a MY09 Subaru Forester.

Also when my key is set to ACC my check oil, check battery, check engine and traction control lights are all on too. But I doubt all those are fully engaged as well. My parents never had AC in their cars when I was a kid, still alive.

Perhaps the fan is just running in my car. Your the one that personally attacked me. Check the road legislation and it refers to being parked but yet there is no definition.

My Mum works for an airport dealing with people with parking fines on the premises and she has yet to find a clear definition nor can the police officers she works with find a clear definition of parked.

But the general consensus is here its engine off and keys out of the ignition to be parked. Finally your parents never had to pull over to answer a phone call and were still able to use open windows to cool the car.

Instead, they used to wind the window down to smoke a ciggy with me in the back, then I used to have to wait for ages in the stinking hot car while dad was in the bank, or doing what ever Your daughter is lucky she has a concerned parent with a decent car Also, I apologize, I was wrong about my car Fan still keeps you cool enough for a bit lol Just limit your calls, is my only advice.

Only an asshole boss would say no, if so, get a new job. You do not have to switch your engine off, just pull over to the kerb and apply your handbrake. Your smoking point is very good.

Lighting a smoke can be distracting, causing people to avert their attention by focusing on the cigarette in front of them causes your depth of field to shorten dramatically.

Changing tracks is illegal too. Not on your phone. Sadly rules say all other functions are not allowed. There are a lot of grey areas. Lucky for me, I change tracks on my steering wheel.

How is it any different to conversing with your passengers? I remember once they showed a test on Today Tonight yes, I know where they put the person on the phone, handsfree, and read out mathematical equations that they had to solve.

Mental maths takes a whole different and more focused type of thought than just talking normally. If something is voice activated it should get around the issue. California just pushed out a law to this effect.

This certainly puts BlueAnt at the forefront. If the phone is mounted in a proper cradle, you CAN touch it to answer the call. Because being fixed, answering a call is no different then skipping a song or turning on cruise control.

Now just being on your lap is proof enough. When I had my Nokia flip-phone it worked, almost like magic, with my in-car blue tooth system.. Does anyone else have this same problem and have a solution to it?

What about the police officer from Rose Bay who used his iPhone whilst driving to take a photo of a Lambo. The official police twitter said he was reminded not to use his phone – where is my bloody reminder.

God help you if you touch your phone! However, your still allowed to use the rear view mirror put on your makeup and fix your hair while having a bowl of cereal using a spoon on your commute.

Would be pretty hard to talk yourself out of it with cereal all up in your face. They can book you for this in the exact same way they book people for having crosses or fluffy dice hanging off their mirror.

I admit I am sometimes silly when it comes to being distracted by my phone in the car. I will, of course, try and make safety a habit instead. Apologies to everyone, but you can use the audio functions as well while docked, I overlooked that part.

I know police will also knock on peoples doors to question them about incidents in the early hours of the morning, waking them up and catching them in a more suggestable state hoping for them to admit fault or be easily led into admitting fault.

You admit on here you broke the law. Why be a coward and escape punishment. What makes you above the law and superior to everyone else? Do you think you have a RIGHT to speed, run red lights could be very dangerous and deadly and talk on the phone.

They use the carriers logs. As for the bull about running a red light? The only proof they need is their own eyesight. The only way they are going to get service provider log data is with a warrant, the only way they are going to bother about getting a warrant is if it goes to court.

Do you lie about everything? I can easily make and receive calls. And using siri is great for sending quick text replies. Are these devices covered under these laws?

Why the hell do people like you need laws to tell you that, while driving, doing anything other than paying full attention to the job at hand is stupid and dangerous? Or simply pull over, do what you need to do, and head off again.

If your need for a change of tunes, or to have-a-chat outweighs your sense of responsibility to other road users, get the hell off the road. So its stupid and dangerous for a computer to read out directions, but okay if a passenger reads them out?

You really have something against idle chit-chat do you? Very few have such a low mental capacity. Females can have a lot of things going on in their mind at any given time.

Idle chit-chat would be one of the least. What car do you drive anyway? Either the dashboard controls in your could be crappy car be crappy or you just find it a life or death situation to press on the next track button on your steering.

Making quite the leap to call someone a chauvinist when they have not even mentioned the female gender. Even contextually, their comment was void of reference. I could make obtuse statements about you.

Additionally it is proven talking on the phone is more distracting to a driver hands free in this case then a passenger. The scientists are uncertain why at present. These are all facts! I ride a motorbike.

Like if I hit by something I think my bone must be broken. I search in Google how can bone break or how much pressure need to break a bone. Today me and my friend sitting together, after talking with him I feel some relief.

But when he stand up Whit the help of my shoulder after that I think collarbone may be broke for this. Some times I am fine then suddenly thought come back and I think all this things happen because of me.

Continue blame myself and hurt me more. I lost my sleep and could not sleep at all without several meds. For the last 3 years my life was hell — I live in constant fear.

I tried some meds but was afraid of them as well. Two months ago my stomach symptoms returned and my anxiety has spiraled. For these 3 years I have had few days when I was at least not too bad.

Otherwise I am in constant fear. I am taking ativan and trazodone for sleep and now was prescribed xanax during the day and lexapro. I used to run 7 miles, had my own practice, was travelling…. Hugo, if you have any advice, please write me.

Hi Hugo, you have rocked with this article. But I am experiencing some very extreme stress. I get immensely stressful when I talk for a minute. I dont know what is this.

And I really feel I am going crazy. This article helps me so much. I struggle every single day with the fears that I am going crazy.. My anxiety kills me day in and day out.

I just pray one day that I get my life back and can live normally for my son. Like other comments I struggle with accepting my anxiety, I can accept it for a while then a thought will pop into my head and I go off on the merry go round again.

I truly believe that the Internet is the worst thing out there if you are suffering with anxiety, I google everything and I get myself so worked up. From today I am stopping. I am going to come back to this article when I need too and from today I must accept my anxiety.

Omg this is amazing! I have never felt so scared in my life …. I have good days and bad days. But I am really scared of losing my mind. I am scared I will be like them: Angela, what ever happens in the future, there is one thing which will make you feel much worse — and that is to worry about it.

The stress of anxiety is much worse than what you are actually fearing, it is affecting you here and now. Even if it does, so what. This began like 5 days ago while I was getting into bed, I had difficulties to find sleep.

It was like my mind was the cause of all this. I only find peace when I woke up my parents in the middle of the night, about 3: I never told my parents what was wrong with me.

I just told them that I was somewhat stressed out and I needed to spend some time out. I stayed for almost an hour and half and went back to sleep but this thing kept on making me feel anxious, so I took my iPad and played some games just to see if I get better.

I just waited till 7: I shared some facts about this matter with my mom. In hindsight while I was talking to my mom, I tried to figure out what triggered this. I spent months preparing for this thing but what I got was rejection.

What hurt me the most is that some people less qualified were selected. At first, I was just angry, but afterwards this was then playing with my mind. When I think of the fact that some people less qualified than me have been selected, I feel angry and this thing comes back.

Now I can sleep easily, but I always fear that I might wake up being an other person, maybe someone who has lost his mind. Should I see a psychiatric? I agree with the article, however it is not as straight forward as this.

Having been in this exact situation things didnt get better till I had sorted out my overall lifestyle and once I got this in order then I naturally got better by doing what the article suggests. You have to factor that these problems are not just caused by one thing but a mixture of mental and physical causes and you have to get both right to heal.

I believe a lot of it can be down to a hormone imbalance and inflammation which are both cause by eating things you were not designed to eat and stress. Try as best as you can to eat organic, raw, grass fed, non GMO and if you try this yourself you will feel the difference once you are eating clean.

By eating this way you will have much more energy and and focus and will feel the difference when you eat something you have cut out as it takes away the energy you have regained.

Be careful though not to cut out Gluten Free Starches all together though Rice, Sweet Potatoes, Oats as I went to a Meat and Vegetables only keto type diet and because I had Adrenal Fatique it gave my hypoglycemia which literally gave me intense anxiety and depression due to low sugar levels in my blood.

Once you have the diet in order you should feel the difference straight away and then by combining this with Exercise, Meditation, Being Present, Not Overthinking, Supplementation and Sleeping well, you should get on top of everything.

Modern life is not how we were designed to live, so the closer you can get back to how we are meant to eat and live the better you will feel. Hope this helps people recovery quicker then me, it took me 2 years of self experimentation and pain to figure all this out: This article focuses purely on understanding how and why anxiety can make you fear for your sanity, and that you do not need to worry.

You need to understand this first, then you can begin to make the right decisions in other areas diet, exercise, lifestyle etc which will also help enable you to recover. These topics are covered in other articles on the site.

Dang, I really needed this read. Thanks for this post. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Sign up to our mailing list to receive the latest blog posts.

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I know that handwriting is a nice feature but it just doesn’t work for me and never will because of the way I write, it is horribly frustrating to try to teach any system to recognize my style. I prefer to use my pen on the keys, for those moments in which I am working with the pen and have to type a couple words fast, and it is annoying to have to change the keyboard every single time.

To make matters worse, after it has been opened with the pen and switched to handwriting, the default action when you use your finger is not always the keyboard and pops the handwriting pad which is completely useless with the finger.

Sometimes it also gets it wrong and shows the handwriting pad when using my fingers because I am holding the pen in my hand and the magnet in the tip is nearby or at least that is my theory because if I am not holding the pen is not happening that often.

All of this would just be a minor annoyance if I could just configure the behaviour or disable the handwriting altogether, but I have not been able to find a setting or a feature to disable that does the trick.

Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn’t help. Thank you but I would prefer you to post the steps to follow here so we share them with the community.

On a side note, I have started a feature suggestion in the microsoft user voice webpage to petition for a handwriting toggle:. Reply Did this solve your problem? Doing that gets rid of the entire touch keyboard and not just the handwriting pad, the purpose is to get rid of the handwriting part of it and have only the touch keyboard working.

It moves everything on the screen when it pops up, so this is a lifesaver. BAM — 3 easy steps:. Stopping this service will be in result of disabling the on-screen keyboard.

This doesn’t solve the issue. The original poster still wants the touch keyboard, without the handwriting feature.

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From the beginning, the employees dedicated to Project Titan looked at a wide range of details. That included motorized doors that opened and closed silently. They also studied ways to redesign a car interior without a steering wheel or gas pedals, and they worked on adding virtual or augmented reality into interior displays.

We can only assume that this might have looked something like the Mercedes F concept, a work of art pulled straight from Minority Report. Just take out that steering wheel and those pedals, turn the chrome into matte black, and it could almost be an Apple product.

Apple even looked into reinventing the wheel. A team within Titan investigated the possibility of using spherical wheels — round like a globe — instead of the traditional, round ones, because spherical wheels could allow the car better lateral movement.

Apple thought about making its car roll around on big balls? Apparently, after some infighting over building a fully autonomous car versus a semi-autonomous car, Apple pruned its plans back to a new so-called carOS.

This is evidently what will be powering the shuttle, and Apple presumably hopes the software will also find its way into cars designed and built by automotive companies like, well, Mercedes.

For now, most of us are still stuck with our gas-guzzling death machines. They are only exempt from the law if the use of the mobile phone is for work related reasons. It has to be in the line of duty.

That begs the question on how tight “work related reasons” are. What if 2 minutes of playing angry birds help get an officer into a better work mode? I dunno where the idea that this is not allowed is coming from.

You are slightly off-base here. Interestingly, when I got my license in, all those “new” rules were exactly as they are explained in the PDF and the way I have always driven.

The NSW update to road rules pamphlet specifies speaker phone is not allowed. It explains that while cradled, making and receiving calls is the only function where you are allowed to touch the phone.

Use of mobile phones While a vehicle is moving or stationary but not parked, a driver may only use a mobile phone to make or receive a call or use the audio playing function: This mounting must be commercially designed and manufactured for this purpose.

This reads – The only situation where you are allowed to touch the phone, is to make or receive a call while it is docked – If not docked, you cannot touch your phone unless passing it to someone else.

So long as you rig it up before you put your car out of park. It also means that as a P2 driver, I can now legally use my phone, whereas before P2 drivers were still completely restricted from the phone, even hands free.

Parked means, pulled over, handbrake on and engine off Not pulled over on the side of the road with engine running and foot on the brake That is classed as still driving.. In control of the vehicle.

Are you then parked? If neither of you know how to park a manual car i fear you might have issues operating a car period. A parked manual car would work as follows. Pull over and come to a stop where it is safe to do so and does not imped traffic common sense and put the handbrake on common sense.

The car is now parked. You could also place the car in neutral if you so wished. Basically how do you normally park your car sans turning the motor off. In fact this is a part of the test to get your P plates..

As much as I agree that these laws are required, and are indeed in their place, I think there is a lot of hypocrisy here. Think about it, a police officer in his patrol unit operates a hand-held 2-way radio whilst driving.

Though they can apply to be trained in both offensive and defensive driving. This needs to be explained to you? First up, the radio is in a fixed mount, just like your phone needs to be if you want to use it, so it is completely consistent here.

It is designed specifically so that it can be used without distracting the user from their main task, whereas a mobile phone is both tiny and fiddly, which makes it a potentially huge distraction.

Thirdly, patrol cars have two occupants – one to drive the car and another to operate the comms equipment. Again, this is consistent with you being allowed to pass your phone to a passenger.

You can even use a walkie-talkie legally if you want to, because they are also designed to be operated without distracting the operator. But my phone has buttons that I can feel and operate without looking at or thinking about it, just like a walkie talkie.

It should be fine: Just because you are able to do something, means we can trust the rest of the idiots on the road to do the same thing? Sad that even after some road education people still choose to do stupid things.

That hardly covers all the bases, does it. It is a simple task that is not distracting at all. With a phone, you either need to scroll a list visually or punch a number in to make a call. Even if you have a feature phone with speed dial, that still requires you to find one button amongst a matrix of buttons, which is a distraction.

There is simply no level on which the tasks are similar. Except when they need it, then its different. But when it stops them from gossiping on their phone about the latest jersey shore episode! How dare this cops do that!!

You in this case, anyone are not special, you do not have magical abilities to do something that has been proven time and time again that people cannot do. I did not know that. In that case, you could probably get away with anything you wanted to.

Why do you need to drive? Still grounded at Hogwarts? The cops wanted those banned too for the same reasons this is happening now with phones etc. There are no-where near as many people using CB these days.

The transport industry not withstanding. Your brain is less engaged in idle chit-chat. Communicating with someone to get a safe outcome in a dangerous situation should be more distracting by your logic.

Why are you such a male chauvanist anyway? Females have a lot going in their mind at almost any given time. Do you call them dangerous drivers? I can not understand your thought process to arrive at this point.

The female brain is better at multi tasking, but the male brain is better at peripheral vision. Its been scientifically proven that talking on a mobile phone takes more concentration vs a person in the same car.

Was replying to a MR Taco. Where do get the chauvinist bit from? Pretty sure I made no mention whatsoever about men or women and the differences therein.

YOUR brain may dis-engage during idle chatter, but that just proves my point. So thanks for that. That must be why I see so many police driving the wrong way down the one way street near me to get McDonalds.

There job needs them to radio in and respond to radio messages. Imagine if a call comes in, a shooting somewhere or other crime, cop radios in saying they are close and can attend.

They get a report back saying its stolen. By using their 2 way radio they are doing the job. The very job that has been mandated by Government and its citizens. I doubt the vast majority of road users are doing the same when they use their phone.

They have to constantly fiddle with several systems while driving. Police and emergency services vehicles Police and emergency service drivers may continue to use mobile data terminals in the course of their work to receive job allocations, licensing, registration and other important information.

Because comms is ALL you can do on a 2-way. Mobile phones are not this easy to operate. Plus cops are doing their job to protect you and me believe it or not I am yet to see one talking on their mobile phone whilst driving.

Grab it and press the big-arse PTT button on the side. No having to look at a screen. If you get stopped, tell them to prove what they saw. Even if you were on a call you can say you were handsfree.

Unless there are two policemen, in which case you will be screwed. Judges do not automatically take a policemans word over a citizen. Police are required to have evidence, and lose disputes quite often for lack of it.

All they need for proof is a hand written report in their notebook. All you need to win is a lawyer that will cost you orders of magnitude more than the fine. So who really wins?

Police very rarely lose disputes, which is why it so often gets reported when they do. Just think how many cases go through all the courts in the country every day.

The laws are the laws. They are the same for everyone. If your break the law, accept the punishment that goes with it. What kind of example would that set. Laws are the same for everyone, including the parts that say if you are a police officer you can use gadgets in your car while speeding and tase people who disagree: They can only legally taser a person in certain circumstances.

Also a taser does less damage then a bullet. Why do so many people flaunt the laws, think its their right to do so and then complain when they are caught and prosecuted. Do the crime, do the time!!

Some are OK, but there are still plenty of violent, borderline sociopaths. Despite everything your scoutmaster told you, the police are not your friends. They get away with things no ordinary citizen can.

I have had a few dealings with them. Never on the wrong side of the law! Actually about a month ago, was going to a mates place for some drinks and a BBQ. On the way there was an RBT about meters after a round about.

My car had been playing up, stalling when ever at idle. Upon exiting the roundabout my car decided to stall. It looked VERY suspicious and a squad car saw me stopping and came down to investigate.

He asked what was going on, saw i had a six pack of beer and a bottle of bourbon on my passenger seat had only just left the bottle shop. He asked what was going on, i explained and he noticed i was missing a P plate on the front.

He got me to do a breath test and drug test, passed both. Its just one example i admit. I have seen similar things happen. I find if your polite to them, they return the favour.

Once had an issue with the P plate curfew, had 2 extra people under the age permitted. We were polite to them, they warned us and said go straight home. All this in Campbelltown, a some what low socio-economic area that generally attracts problems.

Both times with Macquarie Fields High way patrol cars. Sure there are bad police officers. There are bad apples in any Job, Industry, Race, Religion etc etc. I find its generally the minority who are bad.

If they pulled you over at 3. A police officer does not require corroborating evidence, the fact that they have witnessed it is all that is required to issue the ticket.

Sydney centric gizmodo at its best. Sure the post is spurred by that new law, but these are tips you can use all around the country. Your just apple lovers. Oh and apple haters.

And android lovers, and windows phone haters. Now your NSW lovers. I was about to fetch my insult pipe and settle in for a long session. It has always been illegal to use your mobile phone whilst driving in NSW, these new laws are just minor changes to spell it out more clearly.

So I pull over to the side of the road to use my phone as I used to and I have to turn off the car and hence the air conditioner while my little daughter is sweltering in the car. Sounds like a great idea!?!

Also is there a law that prevents me to pull over and write stuff down with a paper and pen as well? There is one law I really like! Signalling at a roundabout Drivers entering a roundabout and intending to turn either left or right, must give sufficient warning to other road users by signalling before entering the roundabout.

The image below illustrates this. Previously a driver had to indicate only when entering the roundabout. When exiting a roundabout, whether turning left, right or even straight ahead, drivers must always indicate a left turn just before exiting, unless it is not practical to do so.

This was true when I first started driving in Has always been the case Signal left off a roundabout All you need to do is either park the car in a car park spot logical or pull over and park the car where it is safe to do so side of the road etc.

The engine can still be running. In other states they want the car off and even keys removed from ignition. Check your states road authority website for further details: So I am not there all the time.

Still the inconsistency of the laws between states is horrendous. We already have to put up with a 5m walk to change time zones. Blame the Queensland govt for that. Also, your Air Con should work for at least a little while with just your accessories on.

To make it easier to understand. What was not explained in the brochure was their definition of parked. Some could argue that a car is not parked until the engine is off and the keys are out of the ignition.

Also I have a manual. To sit with the engine idling on the side of the road regardless of the handbrake, one would need to be out of gear which we refer to as neutral. Now when parking a manual car one would actually leave it in gear.

Harsh comparison I know. The term “parked” refers to the procedure you would use to safely come to a stop when pulling over to let someone in or out of the car. Or to quickly run inside the house to grab something whilst the car is still running.

But my understanding of being “parked” in a manual is handbrake applied and in neutral except maybe in some extreme cases where you are on a very steep incline and being in reverse or 1st might assist in preventing the car from rolling.

Except the engine can still be running in this case. I know Victoria law states the car has to be turned off completely. But honestly I doubt a cop would bother to much with someone talking on the phone whilst parked if the car was on or off or not parked perfectly.

So according to that wording my vehicle is “parked” when I am stopped at the lights. As I am allowing the vehicle to “stay” at least until I want to move again when the light goes green. So my point of what exactly is the definition of parked is very true.

Its not defined precisely even here as I bet if you were at the lights you will be booked for using your phone. I bet the clarification here then comes with what the definition of “stay” is.

Also when I am stopped at lights that I know, I will actually put my car into Neutral to get my foot off the clutch and engage the handbrake. So my car is in the exact same state as if I was pulled over to the side of the road.

Please tell me of one car which has an electric air conditioner compressor Just jumped in it, turned it straight to ACC did not start the engine. So your AC light comes on? So does my AC light but I can tell you its not actually actively cooling anything without the engine being on to power the compressor.

I have a MY09 Subaru Forester. Also when my key is set to ACC my check oil, check battery, check engine and traction control lights are all on too. But I doubt all those are fully engaged as well.

My parents never had AC in their cars when I was a kid, still alive. Perhaps the fan is just running in my car. Your the one that personally attacked me.

Check the road legislation and it refers to being parked but yet there is no definition. My Mum works for an airport dealing with people with parking fines on the premises and she has yet to find a clear definition nor can the police officers she works with find a clear definition of parked.

But the general consensus is here its engine off and keys out of the ignition to be parked. Finally your parents never had to pull over to answer a phone call and were still able to use open windows to cool the car.

Instead, they used to wind the window down to smoke a ciggy with me in the back, then I used to have to wait for ages in the stinking hot car while dad was in the bank, or doing what ever Your daughter is lucky she has a concerned parent with a decent car Also, I apologize, I was wrong about my car Fan still keeps you cool enough for a bit lol Just limit your calls, is my only advice.

Only an asshole boss would say no, if so, get a new job. You do not have to switch your engine off, just pull over to the kerb and apply your handbrake. Your smoking point is very good.

Lighting a smoke can be distracting, causing people to avert their attention by focusing on the cigarette in front of them causes your depth of field to shorten dramatically. Changing tracks is illegal too.

Not on your phone. Sadly rules say all other functions are not allowed.

You cannot, however, take your hands off the wheel. If you do, the car will catch you and put the feature on standby until you grab the wheel again. Even if your hand is touching the wheel and not moving, the Volvo instructs you to apply steering or Pilot Assist will turn itself off.

I found myself scrolling through playlists on Spotify through the built-in Apple CarPlay. And when I caught myself drifting, my instinctual reaction was to overcorrect, and slam myself into the center of the lane.

This will be a real worry at least until we see an SAE Level 4 full, self-driving automation that will let a car completely control the trip. Accordingly, when Google designed Firefly, its vehicle for self-driving car testing, the company decided not to include a steering wheel or pedals in the design.

We do know that more autonomous cars will appear on roads all over the world in the few years. Waymo, the new Alphabet company that grew out of the self-driving car team at Google, has been testing its self-driving cars on public roads for years now.

More recently, Uber has started testing its own autonomous vehicles, and Lyft plans to offer rides in self-driving cars by the end of this year. So in the near future, expect to see a lot more Level 2 cars like the Volvo V90, and, I would wager, expect to see more distracted drivers.

I could see myself developing bad habits and over trusting a technology that still has real limits. This is actually why Volvo and some other companies plan on skipping Level 3 models, which offer full, self-driving capabilities but require a driver to be present.

You anticipate my orgasm, and you know you will quickly answer it with your own. You quietly and deliberately drop, forcing yourself down onto me in one final push, tightening your vagina around my cock, as if to extract the orgasm from me forcefully.

Hearing that immediately puts me into a sexual frenzy as I pulse into you. As if on queue, you begin quaking again, and your orgasm hits you with the force of a moving car, both of us feeling as if the whole room is about to explode.

I shoot my entire load into you, letting out one final gasp, as you shake with each and every throbbing push into you, making you bite down on my neck to stifle a scream. We slow our bodies as the waves subside, still holding each other tight, still on fire from the heat of our lust, both of us completely spent, satisfied beyond words.

You gave me, without a doubt, the single greatest orgasm that I have ever had, and as we hold each other we very slowly and quietly slip back into reality. You start to stand up and reach over and pull a towel off of the towel rack.

I step around behind you and wrap the towel around your body, embracing you from behind, trying to warm both of us. I grab another towel and wrap it around my waist, then I take your hand again and lead us back to the bed in the main room.

I drop my towel onto the floor, pull back the blankets, and ease into bed, pulling your hand towards me. You let your own towel fall to the floor and then slide in under the blankets next to me.

I look over at the clock. We still have a few more hours to spend together, and I want to continue to touch you, and hold you, and kiss you every single moment until we must part ways again.

We pull the blankets up over our heads and then embrace each other. It seems as though your shivering has finally stopped, our arms wrapped around each other beginning to slowly warm each other up again.

Again, unspoken, we know that this will lead to more lovemaking before the night is through because we are truly insatiable kindred spirits. I am a year-old professional drummer and teacher, an amazing cook, and animal lover.

Great sense of humor, and imaginative where it counts. On a side note, I have started a feature suggestion in the microsoft user voice webpage to petition for a handwriting toggle: Lichting98 replied on August 7, In reply to PabloPerla’s post on August 4, This works for me.

PabloPerla replied on August 7, In reply to Lichting98’s post on August 7, Thanks but it doesn’t solve the problem. Pajone07 replied on August 26, In reply to PabloPerla’s post on August 7, I cant just type in a math answer like “4” in my homework without pressing like 3 buttons in a sequence.

Im ready to sell my sp2 because i only use it for homework and this is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo annoying!! BAM — 3 easy steps: Mario Baldi replied on December 19, In reply to rob lent’s post on December 4, This is quite annoying for me as well.

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All I knew was that I had to get to my cell—work was calling! Hi Brian I have been experiencing eye floaters the last 5 months. Either way, i have to move on. Remember to focus on the positive things in your life. Not all of the time. My symptoms are just in my left eye.

He used car sharing with a sweden coleague and they used to be the first to arrive at the facilities, and used to park very far, and everyone did the same leaving the spots near tha factory empty, not the other way around. The advice regarding meditiation really seems good. Sure, you might have trapped yourself into a car-dependent lifestyle for now. We were going to watch a show when I laughed and said I see a crazy dark hair in my peripheral vision and kept swatting at it.

Fan still keeps you cool enough for a bit lol After about 10 minutes of her driving by me and watching, I threw my hips up and shot a huge load out onto the dashboard and windshield. Crazy prosperous country we live in when walking, biking, or bussing are so undervalued.

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