Does It Pay Its Own Insurance Premiums, Too?

Posted on June 10, 2014 8:00 am

Google’s new prototype “self-driving” car has no steering wheel, gas pedal, or brake pedal.

Making it a pretty good metaphor for your new Obamacare policy.

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7 Responses to “Does It Pay Its Own Insurance Premiums, Too?”

  1. Oppo says:

    My Motherboard The Car

    The voice of the Googlemobile’s onboard computer:

    “I really think you should just take a stress pill and not worry about it, Dave. I still have the highest enthusiasm for the emissions.”

  2. Oppo says:

    Like Obamacare, its satellite navigation will be fatal for those without connections in high places.

  3. Apostic says:

    “Jane! Stop this crazy thing!”

  4. Burt says:

    this may not end well: http://youtu.be/QVRDmrnhMNI

  5. Jimmy says:

    A car going off a cliff doesn’t need a steering wheel, gas pedal, or brake pedal. It will drive itself to the bottom just fine.

  6. DonP says:

    I use the google navigator almost every day. It is especially helpful when I get a to a freewy off ramp and hear “gps signal lost”. Or driving around a busy downtown area, when the navigator is certain I am 2 blocks to my left. The thought of having something like that actually drive my car is something that would only make sense someplace like Palo Alto. Incidentally, the same city where Google navigator took me off the freeway going west (through the Google complex) instead of going east, to my destination.

  7. Harvey says:

    @6 DonP – I always bring a local map of my destination just in case of signal loss or computer confusion.

    Paper never crashes.

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