I'm like. You're in Texas. It's in New Mexico. It is actually kind of hard to get even 24 hours worth of driving separation between Texas and New Mexico, unless you introduce winding dirt roads into the picture (which, to be fair, you could. Easily. But so far, she's sticking to I-40, which suggests that things are much closer than some sort of Reynosa to Farmington type of deal). And yet this:
"Eight days. She can make it in eight days."
I don't get it. I am confused.
Also: rendered is over-used. AND this sentence:
"(this instruction is needless -- there is only one road)"
You can say "needless insert-noun-here". You can say, "needless to say". But I've never, ever, ever seen anyone use it in a sort of free-standing way.
What is going on? I am seriously confused.
ETAYA: Glock's don't have safeties. *PLEASE*!!
I _think_ Honda [ETA: For whatever reason, I typed Toyota. Wrong! I need an editor, but I'm just an amateur blogger writing for free. Different situation.] Civics have had internal trunk releases for like, a really long time. However, I'm prepared to be proved wrong. I have a tough time imagining anyone being successfully contained in the trunk of a Civic, however -- it doesn't seem like breaking through the back seat of that car would be that hard.