Not that I have conducted an exhaustive survey, however, I have noticed that as a driver I experience a great deal of synchronicity. Meaning that for no great deal of visual attention, I turn me head or eyes in the direction needed.
While in motion, needless to say, my eyes are constantly moving. While at rest, meaning the vehicle is not in motion, I find my attention drawn to people, places or objects that in other circumstances I would not turn my attention towards.
Why is this? Even in motion I find myself looking where I need to. Even if the point of attention did not grab my attention. Still I find my self looking where I need be.
To all those who miss reading the insights of passengers and others who speak to rearview mirror reporters we return with a new client base.
This is the new Vehicle
two for the minds of many
So expect a stark contrast from our previous work. Those who utilize the AAR service are unable to use public transportation. AAR provides door-to-door service (meaning curb-to-curb as drivers cannot assist passengers up or down stair, nor enter buildings) for the same range of society that makes use of public transportation.
Therefore, name of passengers will be pseudonyms and only what we feel will be of ethical or intellectual benefit will be mentioned. Naturally there will be critique of the current AAR protocols in an effort to stream line the service.
For all intents and purposes, this is a new blog, and only the name will remain. The goal is the same however an mentioned above: to enlighten and explore the minds of readers an passengers alike that we can aid in the growth of humanity by bringing to the public discourse a heretofore largely unknown existence of a segment of the population treated with, unfortunately, very little respect.