"Cards in the Snow," by Peter Egan

#hashtags: #Peter Egan

“I’ve often thought that if cars had just been invented yesterday, and the inventor proposed that they should travel at 55-65 mph in opposite direc­tions on 24-foot-wide roads [...] we would judge that in­ventor insane.” Thus wrote Peter Egan, in a somber 1998 column you simply must read.