I know - he wouldn't. (Walk, run, maybe bike - but most of us still drive, right?)
Since Paleo is more than just food, is there a useful analogy as to how to drive? I think about this as I am being cut off or rudely not letting someone else in. (Wash DC traffic sux)
Lately I am thinking that I really don't need to be in such a rush and so what if someone cuts me off. And I'd like to think that's more Paleo, but is it? We had to compete and cooperate to survive - which urge is stronger?
Also, what about the radio? Windows down or up? Is a convertable the most Paleo?
Perhaps not the most important question raised to date, but it got me thinking...
asked byDave_S_ (20436)
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on October 05, 2010
at 04:29 PM
I thought you were joking when I first read your question, but oddly enough I saw a documentary that addressed this, though it has been some time. If I recall correctly, a caveman would carpool most of the time, and listening to the radio had more to do with whether he could get the antenna to cooperate than any steadfast rule (part of being an automotive caveman was knowing how to keep the car working). Also he'd run his car primarily with his feet.