You can learn how to do anything if you just watch a YouTube video. Can we find a tutorial about living a good life?
Most of us remember learning to drive a car as an arduous process involving swerving around a parking lot with mom or dad, heading to the DMV, taking a written test and nervously navigating the road with a state trooper or driving instructor tracking our every move. All of that practice and instruction was rewarded with a driver’s license and its accompanying sense of freedom.
But what if you could skip all that hassle and just “YouTube it” instead?
That’s what an 8-year-old boy in Ohio did on one recent Sunday night. Our young innovator had a problem: mom and dad had fallen asleep early, and the boy and his 4-year-old sister were jonesing for some McDonald’s. The golden arches were a mile and a half away — too far for a walk in the dark. So the boy did what any self-respecting Gen-Z kid would do when confronted with a conundrum. He looked up “How to drive a car” on YouTube, emptied his piggy bank, then bundled his sister into the car and...
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