Well, it's my turn to rag about stupid drivers today. Are people so wrapped up in getting somewhere that they just plain don't pay attention. Are people so stupid that they don't have some idea that they meant to turn into Target's parking lot. I opted for Highway 100 on my way home today as I had a few stops to make. My first close call was the jerk who just pulled out right in front on me to get into Menards Parking lot. I'm not quite sure he even saw me. I can say that I'm happy with my brakes and glad the person behind me was paying attention also. My second call was the knob that was in the middle lane and I was in the left and he felt the urge all of a sudden to go check out the new Target. Is there something wrong with going a little farther up the road and making a U turn rather than cutting in front of someone? It's not like it was the last chance to get to Target. My last one of the day, I should have just slammed into to prove a point. I had some stuff for Goodwill (I was on a good will mission) and I was in the right lane and some shit head pulled from two lanes over in front of me and proceeded to slam on his brakes to make a turn into Ashley Furniture. Maybe the turban on his head blocked his blind spot. Or maybe he felt he owned something besides the doughnut shop or gas station. I should have hit him.
So STB if you read this my suggestion is to get a big truck. Something that you can just roll over other cars with. Something intimidating to other jerks on the road.
Guess I'm a little crabby. Got no lunch today at work.