405: The Movie

I had to take a driver safety class tonight.

The instructor quoted a myth in the class that the US Interstate System, or The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways must have certain stretches of straight road, in order for military planes to land in case of emergency or wartimes.

He brought the subject up as a prelude to a short film that was suppose to introduce us to stressful situations on the highway that might provoke “road rage”.

The movie takes place on The 405, the busiest interstate in the country.

405: The Movie is a funny 3-minute piece of filmmaking.

Enjoy the YouTube version.

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3 Responses to 405: The Movie

  1. Anonymous says:

    That was Great!!! I enjoy your Blog site and the Qblog site. Keep up the great work.

  2. Aaron Cook says:

    Ha ha, I enjoyed that one very much Dave. Good stuff.

    Take care,
    Aaron

  3. Aaron Cook says:

    Via the http://HomeBusinessToday.blogspot.com blog…

    “Hey Aaron,

    The course was good, I re-learned some things I had forgotten, and caught up on some Alabama laws I wasn’t aware of.

    Dave”

    Hi Dave,

    Glad to hear that it was good. Definitely sounds like it was well worth it! Cudos then, to the state of Alabama. 🙂

    Generally, these things are a total, worthless snooze-fest. It’s so good to know that there was actually some bona fide learning involved!

    Best always,
    Aaron

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