A police lieutenant told me that he once responded to a car that had crashed into a log truck on the highway. The woman driving was fine, but her baby in the back seat was in a baby carrier that wasn’t secured to anything. The logs made these sharp, inward facing holes in the metal roof of the car, and when the car rolled, the baby got thrown against them. He found the baby in 31 pieces. And that’s why he takes child car seats really seriously. Sorry if that was too dark for funny pics, but I think of it every time I hear people joke about this
@tampon thief, 31...
@tampon thief, gôddamn... that is disturbing
@tampon thief, cool one piece for every day of the month
@tampon thief, F
@eleven, except February, April, June, September, and november. Then you get extra
@tampon thief, well I bet the mom learned her lesson.
“Yea when I was a kid an accident would have killed us”
As a mother of a baby, this makes me cry... and want to punch that woman
We wanna live.
I remember going down the road in the back of my dad's truck with my brother and we almost ended up fine in the end!
What's wrong with ABS? Its the Tc and esc that's a b1tch of a nanny
@Ferrari Fireball, What?
@FalconHalo, what what?
@FalconHalo, traction control and electronic stability control. found on cars that are marketed to morons that think they can drive and want to believe they are a stunt driver, but are really driving a souped up grocery getter.
@JoeJoestar, he/she didn't know what those two acronyms ment?!
@Ferrari Fireball, I also have no idea what those acronyms meant. No need to be so condescending.
@unknownjanitor, sorry, I didn't know the need to know your car was a minimum in life.
For anyone who brags about this stuff like it's equal to modern safety because "they did it and they're fine" is using what's called survivorship bias.