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August 30, 2017


Florida earned the title as the state with the worst drivers for the second year in a row.

(Thanks to Rick Day)


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Celebrate responsibly.

The study also claimed that Floridian drivers "seem prone to ignoring the rules of the road."

Gee, ya think?

Florida driving procedure:
Step 1- put on blindfold
Step 2 - put vehicle in gear, hit accelerator
Step 3 - wait for ambulance/reporters

My favorite story is still the one told by my late father in law's friend, whose car was smashed into by an older lady. When he asked, didn't she see him, she said, "I'm legally blind."

And yet she kept driving. My in-laws' neighbor got his license renewed by mail, at age 95...for 10 years!

I think B. Traven may have gotten the idea for a famous line in has novel, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre by modifying one he heard in Florida many times: "A LICENCE? we don't need no stinkin' license.

Yeah, let's retire Florida's number or whatever. We amateurs shouldn't have to compete with professionals.

All Florida drivers are welcome to drive to the awards ceremony to accept the trophy.

In response to CA being designated to a fading 'honorable mention' within this study, many Californians would like to say,

"The light was blue."

Laws? Que?

Thanks to the Blog whenever I see a car with Florida license plates I make sure to stay at least 2 car lengths away from them. If that's not possible, I pull over and wait until they're gone.

A sports dynasty is born.

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