Satiric radio commentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

Road Rage (Part Two)

Stan Freberg here. I talked before about what Newsweek calls "Road Rage"--drivers venting their pent-up hostility on other drivers. More after this. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Freberg again. What's to be done about people getting behind the wheel and dragging all the stress of their life with them, so their rage is taken out on other drivers? You could just stay out of their way, but aside from everybody on the road becoming ladies and gentlemen, what's the answer?

Well, people who can afford it are turning their vehicles into armored cars. Bill Ogara, of Ogara-Hess Car Armory, says his phones are ringing off the wall.

He puts armor inside all the doors and tires, plus specially hardened glass. He says, "Let 'em come at you with baseball bats or Uzis."

Ogara thinks the car companies will soon offer light armor on all cars, but don't confuse car amor with having your car "Armor-ized." You can get that at the car wash for five bucks.

I don't think that'll even stop a bee.

Stan Freberg here.

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