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DRIVING BY BRAILLE


1. DRIVING BY BRAILLE
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A blind person can read using braille, a pattern of raised dots on a page. A drunk person can drive by braille, trying to make it home by following the raised reflective lane markers (dots) in the road. Some will try to keep the car aligned so that the left tire keeps hitting the dot, causing a sound that lets them know they aren't swerving, and lets us know they're driving by braille.
by Bobby on Mar 20, 2014

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