Tetanus is often associated with rusty nails and going barefoot.
However, there is a lot of mythology associated with both, and I thought I’d sort that out a bit.
On Saturday evening, a police patrol in the Ohio State University campus area came across a woman being raped in a parking garage. They stopped the rape and arrested the perpetrator.
The woman was in the area because she had just been kicked off of a local COTA bus.
And I’m sure my readers will easily guess why she was kicked off.
Yesterday while writing about barefoot driving I described a ticket somebody got for doing so, and then how the judge allowed the policeman half an hour to find the actual statute before finally dismissing the ticket (because no such statute existed).
But what about when driving a commercial vehicle, like a semi?