CIRCLEVILLE, OH — Pastor Timothy Throckmorton, who writes for the Circleville Herald, said in a recent column that sitting in an in-bay automatic carwash is like driving through a lawn sprinkler test facility, and he thinks it’s similar to how it would feel to be buried alive in a tie-dyed shirt.
His Jan. 17 column goes on to compare his carwash experience to climbing the corporate ladder or being in a relationship. “I pull into the wash,” he wrote, “put my car in park and out of habit, I glance down at my iPhone. This is when the sensation begins. I see out of the corner of my eye some movement. Panic immediately grips me; the car is moving backwards, isn’t it? But how? So I instinctively slam on the brakes.”
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