They have about as many kangaroos in New Zealand as they have straight roads. Been there and drove there and didn't see any kangaroos or straight roads. So how do they know anything about driving in America.
The deaths may have a little bit to do with the fact that cars are just not as strong as they used to be and there are more on the road.
posted on 11/24/2003 1:19:12 PM PST
by U S Army EOD
(When the EOD technician screws up, he is always the first to notice.)
To: U S Army EOD
and didn't see any kangaroos or straight roads. So how do they know anything about driving in America.
,,, in the mid-east South Island an introduced species of kangaroo, called the Palmer wallaby, is being shot in high numbers because they're classed as pests. They're much smaller than Aussie's larger breeds.
As for driving in America, I found it easy enough as long as I had an idea of where I was headed and when to take the correct exits on freeways.
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