Being a “90s kid,” I got the original PlayStation (aka PS1) as a gift and grew up with classic titles. These titles ranged from Crash Bandicoot to Destruction Derby as well as Spyro and Rally Cross. However, it wasn’t until my pre-teens (the PS2 already out at the point) that I discovered Driver.
Every weekday involves a mostly-awakened self getting into his fossil-fuled Dart and heading to/from work in Northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. However, the last one to two years also included Tesla/EV (Electric Vehicle) related podcasts filling myself with hopes of someday owning a Tesla/EV:
I love BandLab and, as far as I know, BandLab most certainly loves me.
Leaning on the synthetic carbon guardrail, Voltrex seemed to be lost in thought as he peered over the majestic metropolis he called home. Not far in the distance stood an “under maintenance” digiboard, that was currently installing a firmware update. He recalled stories from his grandparents telling him of the pre-deceasing “billboard”; how bizarre it sounded, that a giant... well, board... was considered so valuable yet could project such outdated information. “You had to go to the store or visit their website to see relevant information!” They would say.