[LINK] Another GPS/human error story - GPS usage in Au compared to USA, Europe

Birch, Jim Jim.Birch at dhhs.tas.gov.au
Mon Aug 9 10:01:20 AEST 2010

> People getting bogged to the axles up the tail end
> of some forlorn bush track at 3AM when it is raining
> cats and dogs etc.

Made me rethink old Australian classic:

'Twas getting dark, the team got bogged, the axle snapped in two.
I lost me matches and me pipe, so what was I to do?
The rain it was coming on, and hungry too was I,
And me dog shat on me GPS five miles from Gundagai.



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