driving a vehicle is not rocket science. It is above way to many peoples ability though. The ability to read a fuel pump is also not rocket science. You are exactly correct Obama's staff filled the limo with gas ruining the engine. The filler door that says diesel only was written in English, and evidently over their head.<quoted text> Are YOU a rocket scientist??
Can you navigate urban roads in a 18 wheeler & not wipe out cars or signs? How about backing up to a dock 60 feet behind you using only mirrors? Are you certified to haul hazardous cargo or know what to do with it in an accident?
Can you teach a monkey to read or talk or use a charge card to fuel the rigs with Diesel...NOT gasoline?
I would ask you what your occupation is but your trust level isn't looking good.
backing up using only mirrors is something every boat owner and camper owner does
time they hitch up.
I can thread a needle with a trailer using only side mirrors, and do it with every launch and then parking trailers between others with just inches between them.
You should try pulling a boat in Cincinnati rush hour traffic to Lake Cumberland with 17,000 pounds behind you on the hills. When nutjobs cut you off with 200 gallons of gasoline in the tank, the boat is a rolling bomb awaiting a teenage girl texting.
A semi tractor weighs triple a diesel pickup. My boat on the trailer is 13 feet from ground to top of radar arch. Forgetting to put antennas down is very expensive, and bridges collect them without a warning. I am 4 inches from a state mandated escort for wide load. Do you suppose the manufacturer did that by accident?
West Marine loves exercised stupidly explained above. I am a repeat offender.
a semi hitched to a 53 foot trailer is 2 feet longer than my truck hitched to the boat. I measured when parking next to them a fueling stations.
try backing up on a boat ramp where the trailer disappears because it is lower than tow vehicle, and gravity is pulling you towards water. The ramp has inches of room on the sides remaining, and a mistake is epic.
Yes I always leave windows open and ready to bail out if tragedy occurs. Brainless would be trusting the transmission not to break, or gravity to be on strike.
My occupation is one that 99% of people can't do. It also only pays when success is achieved.
Would you work knowing you only get paid if you accomplish something, and you are rejected more than accepted as a normal outcome?
above really does not matter because working in a cube farm is not me and possibly what you excel at.
we all are different.......how is that for rocket science?