Kyle's gesture an All-American move
This is about digital communication -- mankind's oldest yet still most direct form.
It is instantaneous, no computers involved, not so much as a keystroke.
It is especially common among drivers of automobiles, from freeways to racetracks. Safe to say it is being used somewhere in traffic as we speak.
Early in Kurt Busch's first Daytona 500 in 2001, he felt a thump -- broadside-to-broadside contact with his car by another. As the other driver disengaged and ...
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