The last driver license holder

by Guest Post on June 25, 2016

in News

liam Say hello to Liam. He recently celebrated his first birthday. Not only is he a cutie, he is the last person to get a driver license. Impossible? Not in your lifetime? I don’t know if Liam will be the last person to get a driver license. It could be Sophia or Ethan. But one thing is certain: The last person to get a driver license is already born — the speed of technology… Read More


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‘Gruber misses the point completely about Lightning headphones’

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