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April 2, 1910: "The motorcycle men are after me and they will never get me," he cried. "I'm going to give them a race for their money this time. If they get me they will send me to jail."
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"Corrigan's sudden attack of speed mania was apparently occasioned by nothing more serious than the fact that a cheaper car had the effrontery to pass his master's automobile."
Is this the beginning of road rage?
April 02, 2010 at 06:57 PM