Since members of the LDS faith freely practice it, build new temples, and live in all parts of the country you seem to have that wrong as well.
And polygamy? Is that still practiced as well?
No seriously, please tell me. In what sort of realistic scenario is it critical to be able to drive for 700 miles nonstop without ever setting foot out of your car? How can you even do that? Do you not pee? Do you not eat? Even if you could it's not safe to drive that long nonstop, a person is supposed to take regular rest breaks.
I drove from Dallas to Anchorage in 5 days, in winter, in a normal FWD family car. I drove until the tank was empty, and didn't stop otherwise. Averaged over 800 miles a day, solo for 5 days straight, over the Rockies, and through Alaska. For that, it's easier if you can go a full day, without stopping. 12 hours sitting, driving, no breaks.
Yes, I realize that you'll assert this is unsafe, and perhaps unhealthy. But you are wrong. The only way I can prove it to you is to drive 5000+ miles with you sitting next to me, and that'll never happen.
You have a few drinks with you, I like juices, apple-based black currant is sweet and tangy. Water flows through you too fast. Also, have a few unhealthy snacks. You'll get 80% of your daily calories from your snacks. Eat a light breakfast, and a heavier dinner after you stop for the day.
I've also driven from DC to Anchorage, Dallas to Chicago. Dallas to Chicago through Denver. Dallas to Dallas through Ohio and Florida. And probably 50 or more 1000 or longer mile trips. Long distance driving isn't hard, but it isn't a skill that's taught. My first long trip, I was 17 and drove Dallas to Bid Bend, and back. On the way back, I fell asleep and almost killed 4 people (didn't crash, the people in the car with me never realized that I fell asleep). I'd heard 10,000,000 times that drunk kills, but never once that tired kills. And it was the middle of the day. After that, I thought it would be a good thing to figure out the secret world of driving without falling asleep. For the trip I woke up on the shoulder, two wheels in the grass, I drank a large 7/11 coffee (32 or 64 oz), and after the coffee high dissipated, the urge to pee kept me awake the rest of the way.
So let me get this straight rich gits with chauffeurs get priority over everyone else because why, why the fuck, why?
Because "people being chauffeured around" represent such a small proportion of rush-hour traffic that basing a decision around this particular concern would be far more emotional than pragmatic.
So the invisible object, whether human, animal, or other, is invisible because of the lighting. But if both cars turned off their lights, the object is visible. You can't turn off your lights all the time and end up safer, but if you can turn off the other guy's lights where they hit your eyes, then you can see it.
There's real science in it, and linked to real crashes that killed real people.
That you are an ignorant buffoon doesn't change reality.
The "troll" here was me calling you on a non-answer. Yes, I use my phone with 3 SIMs for 3 continents, 2 non-contract, but the "home" plan is contracted because it gives the best value for the money.
They don't have the power to impose a factor of three multiplier on public education. You'll have to look elsewhere for that.
Not in any one item, but requiring a new standardized test to verify quality, but not allocating the money in that law to fund it means that the school will cut education to pay for compliance costs. Do that 100 times, and you've got your factor of three. 1,000 cuts, and all that. Any one seems trivial. But in sum, they are deadly.
My phone is unlocked,
Irrelevant to the question of whether it's under contract.
I don't need a TV,
So everyone should live exactly as you do? No freedom to define things as more or less necessary than you decree? Why do you hate freedom?