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One nerve left, and you’re on it

Posted: Friday, September 2, 2011 3:38 pm

Ok, the headline is probably a bit misleading. Not all of you reading this are really on my last nerve, but trust me, some of you are.

I usually write a column about my pet peeves sometime throughout the year. The list hasn't changed much, but there are some new additions.

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  • sneert posted at 12:42 pm on Wed, Sep 7, 2011.

    sneert Posts: 610

    Amen,Lindsay.Sounds like you were behind some Hispanics in the van.

    Why is it that people with a handicapped tag drive like their vehicle is handicapped?Every time I get behind a vehicle with a handicapped tag,they drive about half the speed limit.

    Then you've got the Dukes of Hazzard redneck with the loud car.Every time they take off,they have to squeal their tires like they just won a NASCAR race.Then,they race their motor like its supposed to impress somebody.I does impress me how much of a redneck one guy can be.

    Then you have the lady on the freeway with a cigarette in one hand,and a cell phone in the other,driving 55 miles an hour,in the fast lane.They have plenty of room to move over,but NOOOOOOOO,they're gonna stay in the fast lane if it kills them and everybody else.

    Thats just a sample of my driving pet peeves.

     
  • debkey posted at 9:28 am on Wed, Sep 7, 2011.

    debkey Posts: 41

    You are so writing the truth!!! When some people get behind the wheel...their brain stays at the house. Like I always say...if you can't run with the big dogs...stay on the porch!!!

     

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