At first you’re like, “Holy shit, this guy was a doctor who helped out on September 11th!” Then you think about it some more and you’re like, “Emergency room doctor! That’s cool. I owe my life to those guys.” Then you see the sticker and you’re like, “Oh. He’s a doctor who owns a 911.” Sad trombone.
I hope last week’s contributions don’t disappoint you in the same fashion.
Incidentally, when I was younger I would read Georg Kacher’s multiple reviews of the same car for the British and US press, a tradition which is carried on today by Chris Chilton, and I would feel simultaneously envious of his ability to get paid twice and sympathetic to the misery that attends having to say the same thing two entirely different, but equally valid, ways. Well, I don’t get paid like Georg did (and does) but I do have the luxury of dealing with two very different groups of readers in a situation like this. Your average TTAC reader simply doesn’t care about the things that animate Road&Track fans. Maybe that explains why Camry tests do five times the traffic that McLaren tests do over there. Or maybe the Camry is just a better car.
Oh, and before I forget to explain the title: