It doesn't happen, but I'll tell you what does happen as expected. Some of you are too cosmopolitan to know it, but there's an intense Ford-Chevy rivalry in most of the U.S. It turns out that enmity carries over to the dispositions of the vehicles itself.
To make a long story short:
1. Some cars got angry.
2. Some cars got sapient, self-animated, and violent.
3. Some cars took the rivalry too far.
4. I now have to ride the bus.
I'm writing this from the bus. I just picked up one of the bus schedules.
As a side note, I really admire the restraint of the people who write the bus schedules, since they don't contain any annoying advertisements.
In any case, the bus schedule travels to my destination, but a few stops past my destination, the schedule starts to get a little funny. "University Avenue, 210 BCE," then "California Street, if you had gone to a small, friendly college," and then "El Camino Real, except that instead of humans there's walking reptiles," and "Central Expressway, in a world where world peace has been established, but the average human lifespan is only 35 years."
It represents a moral dilemma.
Situation #1: You are walking your dog in a park and it gets into a fight with another dog. What do you do?
Situation #2: The Chevy-Ford rivalry has reached a point of civil war. Both Chevy drivers and Ford drivers claim full governmental powers in the United States. Which side do you take?
Situation #3: You are in the position of writing bus schedules. Do you include advertisements?
Situation #4: You are on a bus where the schedule implies the ability to travel to local streets, but in a different time or parallel reality. What would your reaction be?
Situation #5: Okay, I think we'd all just have a chuckle at such a schedule, and assume it was a weird joke. Do you have any good vegetarian recipes to share? If so, what's the dish? Please post full text in comments.