3364. The first day, when I was trying to get back seated on the soda box in the truck, Bluto was lecturing me about falling down.
“That’s a law of physics,” he was telling me. “It’s called inertia.
Inertia is where a thing is moving, and once it is moving it tends to
keep moving. And things that aren’t moving, things that are standing
still, are going to want to keep standing still.”
You probably think that you were falling down and rolling to the back
of the truck when actually, what was really was happening, was that you
were staying in one place, and the truck was moving away from you. And
see now, right here, I’m turning onto Court Street like this, and you
keep going right on down Genesee Street.
3367. That’s why you have to grab hold of the dash like that.” Bluto thought it was tremendously funny that I had to keep going straight down Genesee Street while he and the truck were going round a curve onto Court Street.