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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-16-2008, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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Yes, and it's bringing out the idiot in drivers. I almost got pressed into the wall at Highland and Butterfield by a cage in the outside left turn lane (turned into the inside lane where I was while turning) this evening. Luckily the pickup behind saw what was happening and stopped making it possible for me to stop. Then in the parking lot at Fry's, another idiot decided that the car in front of him was going too slow, and swung out directly into my path. Good thing the GW has good brakes.

It's a full moon. Be careful out there. The crazies come out at the full moon.

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caging it home from my buddy's place. left aurora about 9:10ish. people driving less than 45 on 59. Where it's posted at 45. and typically people drive 5-10 over. Best part is there are people driving 43 side by side. f'n assholes.

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full moon here too. All the Crazys are out. Oh wait this is normal, I'm in Vegas.

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No lie- talk to anybody who's worked a call center or emergency services- during full moons- especially on Fridays- people go absolutely monkeyshit.
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[QUOTE=beac83;1206561]Yes, and it's bringing out the idiot in drivers. It's a full moon. Be careful out there. The crazies come out at the full moon./QUOTE]

That's funny ... I see the crazies all year round ... full moon or not. Yes, soccer moms: I'm talking about YOU! Put down your cell phones, duct tape your kids mouths shut, glue them to the seat, and frickin' pay attention to the road! And by the way, you don't own the road. We're riding on it too.

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caging it home from my buddy's place. left aurora about 9:10ish. people driving less than 45 on 59. Where it's posted at 45. and typically people drive 5-10 over. Best part is there are people driving 43 side by side. f'n assholes.

And you expected WHAT on Route 59? "Sensible" drivers?? Funny. I avoid that road like the plague. It's amazing how a few geritols can clog up the road ... and all of them with their left-blinker on the whole time ... even when making right turns!

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And you expected WHAT on Route 59? "Sensible" drivers?? Funny. I avoid that road like the plague. It's amazing how a few geritols can clog up the road ... and all of them with their left-blinker on the whole time ... even when making right turns!
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And you expected WHAT on Route 59? "Sensible" drivers?? Funny. I avoid that road like the plague. It's amazing how a few geritols can clog up the road ... and all of them with their left-blinker on the whole time ... even when making right turns!
well it's either that or weber road, the lesser of two evils, I suppose. but typically, 59 isn't so bad the later it gets. I couldn't believe the line of cars at 930 that was heading down 59. I was somehow first in line at the red light at 75th and about 20th in line by the time we got to 119th. I don't know where all those a-holes came from, but it sucked.

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No lie- talk to anybody who's worked a call center or emergency services- during full moons- especially on Fridays- people go absolutely monkeyshit.

Same with tattoo shops. When there is a full moon all the crazies decide to get tattoo'd and pierced.

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