“Keith Moon, God rest his soul, once drove his car through the glass doors of a hotel, driving all the way up to the reception desk, got out and asked for the key to his room.”
~ Pete Townshend ... See MoreSee Less
"Most of American life is driving somewhere and then driving back wondering why the hell you went.”
~ John Updike ... See MoreSee Less
Updike's Rabbit character would get in his car and drive until he ran out of gas (to get away from his family).
Most the fun in my life now, is just driving my hot rod. Aimlessly.
I had a dark green 1969 GTO when I was 16 , good times for sure.
Bill, forget doing just a segment on cars. You could do an entire show just playing car songs...and we'd still listen.
“I hardly broke any laws at all. I should drive more often.”
~Rachel Caine ... See MoreSee Less
“I’d prefer silence and random jokes about the passing billboards and scenery, but I know how he likes music. I just hope he doesn’t start singing.”
~C.B. Cook ... See MoreSee Less
“Asking someone else to drive your sports car is like asking someone else to kiss your girlfriend.”
~Amit Kalantri ... See MoreSee Less
What a great riff.
A good one!
Love this song.
A most excellent choice!
Just like someone once asked me if they could ride my Harley and I appropriately replied may I ride your wife?
a favorite song of mine!!!
“It wasn’t until I slowed the car and rolled down the windows that I realized I spend most of my days driving ‘through’ life without driving ‘in’ life. So, I’ve decided to walk because the pace is slower and the windows are always down.”
~Craig D. Lounsbrough ... See MoreSee Less
Ah, Knight Rider; a dangerous flight into the world of a man who dose not exist.
A classic and even as cheesy as it was some of the technology portrayed now exists! (Except the talking and thinking car part lol) I did laugh the first time I saw the man driving the car with seat cover suit on! It's amazing what we can see now with our high definition TV's LOL
The defining car of the 1980s television.
“Some car accidents are caused by the ignorance or disbelief of the fact that a driver’s eyes and mind can be thousands of kilometers apart.”
~Mokokoma Mokhonoana ... See MoreSee Less
“Of course, in Los Angeles, everything is based on driving, even the killings. In New York, most people don't have cars, so if you want to kill a person, you have to take the subway to their house. And sometimes on the way, the train is delayed and you get impatient, so you have to kill someone on the subway. That's why there are so many subway murders; no one has a car.”
~George Carlin ... See MoreSee Less
I'm sorry but my mother the car was the worst show on television
I watched that show..lol...😝