Reminds me of the space race with the Ruskies.
Nasa spent a million dollars developing a pen that could write upside down in space.
The Russians decided to take pencils instead.
Think about it.
Laptops and educational software have a place in the classroom, but they also can become an expensive diversion which often falls into disrepair, doesn't work properly during class, or are used mostly to play games.
Punting is Cambridge, not Oxford.
Your brief article doesn't break out the portion of these fatalities
which were hit and run, no perpetrator found, but several were.
It's possible many of the hit and runs are hits, part of the gang
rivalries in Salinas. Some of the little old ladies run over are
gang members' mothers, aunts, grandmothers. And the cops
must have figured this out when they did their investigations,
although it's reported nowhere.
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