Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Alberta, Canada
I completely agree with this, Allie!
I, for one, may suffer a touch of road rage, but ONLY for stupid driver's. Perhaps that sounds silly, but I really don't care, until you either my car or my passengers in danger.
Now, to be honest, I LOVE my car. And I mean love. I will FREAK if you put a coffee cup or start wiping dirt off it with your hand. Do not TOUCH! So when some idiot who thinks they can drive swerves or mishandles on ice and starts aiming at me... Well, they'd just better hope that they don't get stuck and get away before I get my hands on them.
I am constantly amazed at the amount of people who can't remember how to drive in snow and ice EVERY YEAR. It's not rocket science, people. Snow and ice changes the road conditions, bloody well change with it!
The first snowfall we had, a three year old little girl was killed in a double car accident on Highway 2 because the idiotic parent (I don't really care if you think that sounds too rough) was speeding in a snowstorm, lost control, and hit someone else. Now they have to live with the death of their child because they weren't smart enough to play it safe.
Speeding, drinking or driving, kids whipping though traffic on crotch rockets? Go ahead, I'll pass you in the ditch, and if you think I'm going to stop and help, you've got another thought coming.
I have NO patience, and I mean NONE, for stupid people. I tried. People just got stupider.
I mean, good freaking Lord, what is it going to take for us to learn??