Next week, automobile manufacturers, executives, and journalists from around the world will gather in the snowy confines of Geneva, Switzerland.
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Sure, an engine usually sits two to three feet in front of you in a car, separated from you by a heavy gauge sheet of steel.
In college, rounding up the young ones sounds like an awful way to recruit naïve freshmen to unwittingly sign up for fraternities and sororities.
The next time you're down in your parents' basement listening to Dark Side of the Moon while passing around a joint, don't be quick to get back behind the wheel.