Driverless Columnists

The Telegraph’s Matt Warman claims he “quite likes driving,” but then went on to write this nonsense:

Look around the streets of any village or city and there they are: sat in traffic, sat unused by the side of the road, the streets and layouts they require defining how we all live. They are the scourge of bicyclists, polluters of air, yet every society in the developed world has been suckered in to the convenience of car ownership – just jump in, go from where you are to where you want to be.


Think about that for just a moment. “Suckered” into the “convenience” of being able to “just jump in” and go “where you want to be.”

Suckered. Into going where you want, when you want to.

How do you fight a mindset that’s been so hobbled by a liberal education that it’s capable of forming such a construction?

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