On this day in 1911: The Glidden Tour, a cross-country caravan promoting the automobile, approaches North Carolina from Virginia, where residents have complained about their dogs being run over. The Charlotte Observer, however, doesn’t hesitate to roll out the welcome mat:
“Roaming dogs are not held in high esteem in this community. . . . Speed up and enjoy yourselves. . . . “
2 thoughts on “Charlotte Observer to visiting drivers: Step on it!”
Okay – this was meant to be tongue in cheek right? They did have a sense of humor back in the day right?
Possibly…. but it sounds to me more like a response from Charlotte’s reptilian brain….