FantasyFutballGuru13 wrote:reeks of germany...it would not have said "turn right", it woulda said it in german I'm sure, but then again most germans do speak english, so maybe not. my choice is germany.
If it said "nach rechts drehen" I think we could expect the whole article to be in German. I'm guessing that no matter language it said it in, the gist was "turn right."
Sorry. Just pointing out faulty logic.
But I like how you go against your own logic proposition in your vote.
I was going to say Germany, because I think it is a trick question, but then thought, Americans don't have any common sense anymore, which would lead me to believe that an American would turn because a navigation system told them to I will go with good old Florida
This couldn't have taken place in Florida. As we all know, Florida is filled with old people, and old people drive very slowly. If he had been in Florida, he would have more than likely been stuck behind an old driver, which means he would have been going a maximum of 10 mph. When you're going 10 mph, you have more than enough time to hit your brakes and avoid rolling onto a railroad track.