I know you do. I was thinking about this today. It was July, 1975, Olive Branch, Mississippi and I was 14. My buddy had a half brother who was 18 and drove a Black 1966 Pontiac GTO with a 4-speed transmission. The starter was broken and he had to park on an incline so he could roll it down the hill and "kick" start it. Once, we all had to get out and push together to get it rolling fast enough to start on a flat turnout. We were driving at high speed down a gravel county road whose number designation I do not recall. There were four Schlitz tall boys on the floor behind the driver side seat. They were warm but I was 14 and I was behind enemy lines. Permission was granted and I passed one to my buddy in the front seat. His brother was cool, like Matthew McConaughey in "Dazed and Confused". There was a bag on the instrument cluster display. I was amazed anyone could roll a cigarette with one hand while driving at 60 mph. Queen's "A Night At The Opera" had finished playing and I was asked to pull another 8-track tape. There was a good selection of 8-tracks in a case also on the floor behind the driver, at least seven. I chose ZZ Top "Fandango". It was new and I liked it. The thing about 8-track players and 8-track tapes is that they change to another track four times in the course of the entire recording. This meant, of course, that your favorite track is gonna be cut right in the middle of the song and have to switch to the next track before it resumes play. Not THAT bad for "Fandango" but it bloody mutilated "Dark Side of the Moon". A year later, and true to movie plot lines, my buddy's brother was killed in a car crash. I almost wish I could say he was killed by a drunk driver but the truth is, he was the drunk driver who went off the road and broke his neck in that GTO with the broken starter. Tryin to roll a cigarette with one hand would be my guess as the cause of the accident. My buddy is settled down after three divorces and he's been married for ten years to the same woman. I too, have been through three divorces but I've been married to my Aussie wife for 14 years. Americans love Australians. Any Seppo that says they don't has either never met an Aussie, never seen Crocodile Dundee or is just plain lying.