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July 21, 2013

WHEN YOU HEAR THE WORDS 'AGGRESSIVE DRIVING'

The place that immediately comes to mind is: Idaho.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

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Not Florida? Not New York? Not Boston?

Idaho?

Evidently This Blog has never driven in Idaho or Montana. Drivers there are mystified that speedometers go below 50. Also, four-wheel drive is considered "a good start."

Phew. At least profuse swearing's still OK.

"Hello 911, a guy in a red car gave me the finger."

Operator, "Did you get his license number?"

"No. I honked, cut him off then fired a couple of shots. I think I winged him."

In New Jersey, they could just pull over everyone.

I may be wrong but I think the number of tickets for this dropped significantly after Ridely Pearson moved to St. Louis.

Boise. I was in Boise once. Once.

You know why there were only 49 contestants in the Miss Ebonics beauty pageant?

Anticipating deletion...

After following a Prius in the hills of Wisconsin to pick up my youngest at camp, I was ready to use some really bad words not usually associated with Bible camp.

I don't think of Idaho as the Hybrid Car State.

Maybe some of the donut-munching Barney Fife's could get a comic book edition of the constitution and check out the panels describing the first amendment.

I drive fast. In America. I'm in the right country. The control freaks and safety-nazis need to move out.

Of my way.

And another thing...

My whole 1st amendment reference regards the hand gestures thing. I have a constitutional right to show you the finger.

You do not have a right to not be offended.

Thanks. I will now return to my normal, quiet, non-threatening mode.

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