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‘Beware of the ‘B’ in ‘Boys'” by James Carville

Boys and girls are the new girls, with a new car cover.

 Boys have their own car cover: a large yellow B. In the 1970s, car covers for boys and girls were often identical and white.

In 2015, the federal government began requiring all boys and girl drivers to wear a black cover over their shoulders.

But there are still many boys who don’t.

One man’s story of growing up with no car cover illustrates the problem.

He was 11 when his parents gave him a black car cover and the only way to get around the house was to drive a big stick.

“I think the cover really made me feel like an idiot,” said Brandon Brown, who now lives in San Diego.

The cover was designed by a car cover designer called Terry Dolan, who said he started doing it because he had a brother who was an Army veteran and was getting his license.

He told his wife that he didn’t want to do it for him, so they gave him the black cover.

He didn’t notice it for years, until he was about 16.

Then he saw the black car covers, and he thought, ‘Oh, that’s where they’re all going to come from.’

He got a job working for Dolan at the time and got the job for himself.

Brown, who is now 20, has been driving his car for almost six years.

He said the cover made him feel more confident and less nervous driving.

His mother, Sue, said she still has a car covered up by the cover, and she has asked the car cover company to send her the cover.

She’s also told her son he needs to get rid of it.

A spokeswoman for Dolans car cover design, Terry Dolanskys, said the company doesn’t have the right to change a car’s design or to refuse to make it for anyone.

She said they’ve had people tell them they’re not wearing a cover, but it’s not the same as saying they don’t want the car.

If a person wears a black or yellow cover, it’s a safety hazard.

If a child wears a white or grey cover, then it’s the child’s responsibility to wear the cover at all times.

Sue said she also worries about her son getting sick when he drives around in the car, even though he wears the cover every day.

I just worry about his safety, she said.

After her son graduated from high school, he took a job at a car repair shop.

She asked him to take off the car covering.

They made it look like a baby, she says.

But Brown says the cover kept growing over time, until it was the size of a small child’s diaper.

Now, Sue is concerned she won’t be able to afford to replace the car and she says she’s worried about the safety of her son.

For her son, she thinks it’s important to remember the car covers were designed for a different era and age group.

‘We’re not changing anything’A spokesman for Doltans car design, Mark Leffler, said he doesn’t believe the black and yellow covers are unsafe.

It’s the driver’s responsibility for driving safely, he said.

“We are trying to be respectful of the culture and the history of the era and the culture of the car,” he said, adding that the company will be taking the cover off and making the changes in the future.

Dolan said he thinks it makes sense that the covers would go away for a while, but he thinks there’s room for a second design.

There are two other companies that make black and white car covers that also make black ones for girls, he added.

Leffler said the black covers are intended to help older drivers feel safer while driving, and are not intended to be used by children.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, car cover injuries in the United States have more than doubled in the last 30 years.

More than 300,000 people died in car crashes in the U.S. last year, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Boys and men are much more likely to have a head injury, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Some studies show that drivers are at greater risk of head injuries in a car than in a bike or a skateboard.

About 8.6 million people were killed in car accidents in 2015, according a report by the National Safety Council.

Nearly 9,000 Americans were killed and more than 1.1 million were injured in motor vehicle crashes last year.

Despite the trend, there are signs that some changes are being made to prevent a repeat of the past.

On Monday, Congress voted to repeal a federal law that required car covers to have stripes in white and black