Last post on Dec 19, 2012 at 5:24 PM
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#14 of 21 Re: Two words... [mirth]
Oct 27, 2006 (7:15 pm)
I hate them, absolutely hate them. I see them at night, through tinted glass like they were portable Las Vegas advertising signs. Very distracting. If I wanted that kind of bright moving advertisement, I would have moved to Vegas.
#15 of 21 The old fashioned way
Oct 28, 2006 (9:35 am)
They could just read a book or some magazines. Worked just fine for me. A good, long trip would help me get through the better part of a novel. Of course, I was a kid back in the 80s, so I don't know how attention spans have fared since then
#16 of 21 Re: The old fashioned way [phinneas519]
by KarenS HOST
Oct 31, 2006 (7:33 am)
My kids always got car sick when reading for extended times. We love audio books for traveling with the kids. Before going on a long car trip, we head to the local library and pick up several books on CD. There are a lot of classics and new books now available on CD. We've listened to "Harry Potter", "Alice In Wonderland", "Wrinkle In Time", and many others as we travel the nine hours to Grandma's. However, I believe our Black Lab's favorite is the "Hank, the Cow Dog" series.
#17 of 21 God bless portable dvd players
Oct 17, 2008 (2:26 pm)
We have 3 (kids) + 3 portable DVD players.....
BPD (in the age before the portable dvd player) our backseat was like an arena for no holds bar cage fighting..
The battle over what movie to watch on the cars built in DVD would quickly escalate to a full blown war with my 2 boys against my daughter.
Any object not bolted down to the car would be fair game as amunition and the decibal level would become glass shattering.
GOD BLESS the portable DVD players with headphones..
There is now a long lasting peace between the fronts occupying our backseat.
#21 of 21 Creative clutter?
by steve_ HOST
Dec 19, 2012 (5:24 pm)
A reporter is looking for any drivers out there who can discuss the creative ways they've tried to keep their car clutter-free. There are so many gadgets, toys for kids, stuff for pets and other goods carried along in vehicles today, and he'd like to know how you manage or organize all these things inside your car. If you think you have helpful tips or ideas, please let us know at predmunds.com by Monday December 24th.