It’s another tote bag. It’s full of mostly the same ‘ol stuff. Some of the stuff you will like. Other stuff may find its way into a drawer. Some stuff is destined for the circular file. If you are lucky, one or more of these extra stuffs will be thrown into the bag, but no guarantees! All you have to do to enter is to reply with a comment! One entry per person, if you leave more than one, only the first comment counts. Winner selected at random on Monday! Maybe our last winner will post what she won and that will encourage [or dissuade] you from entering again! Good luck!
There’s an old adage that says “Be careful what you wish for.” I was reminded of this last week when Transport Canada followed through on the promise Transport Minister John Baird made in May 2009, and released the results of the research crash testing that Transport Canada has been doing behind closed doors since 2003.
And I’ve been a technician for 8 ½ years and an instructor for 3 years! How can I show my face in public again? How can I possibly go on professionally? What is it that I’ve done, you ask? What could be so horrible? You’re probably guessing at this point that I’ve been putting a locking clip on a lap-only belt (Hey! I’m the one with the locking clips web page!). Nope, not that one. Nor have I been installing restraints with the clip-on style LATCH connectors upside down. Nope.