QUOTE | FROM Jarod Kintz




The wisest thing my grandpa ever said to me before he died was 'Stop!' Thinking back, I don't know if he was talking to me or the car that ran him over. I prefer to think he was talking to the car, because how could he be so foolish to try to talk to me, when I was busy driving the car.



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