Friday, December 7, 2007

PS Richmond Drivers

When the wet stuff freezes on your windshield on contact that means it's going to freeze to other surfaces as well. This produces something commonly called "Ice". Ice does not produce a lot of friction and as a result the laws of motion are almost completely suspended when there is an occurrence of "Ice". Travelling at speeds over 60 miles per hour or repeated hard stops do not help with this suspension of friction needed to stop these vehicles.
Just a reminder dear Richmond drivers to just slow the F*UCK down when driving on an "icy" surface!
Thank you, you may go back to the regular digging of your @ss!