every day, in los angeles someone does something near me that is insanely stupid. I've lost count on the number of times people try to cut off others by driving in the opposing lane, the number of times folks try to cut in front of big wheelers to enter/exit freeway...
Not to mention all of the red lights that are run. EVERY DAY. Oh and one time a pea brain dude on a motor cycle popped a wheelie in front of me down a quiet street (Lamiert) and nearly lost control when another car zipped past a stop sign making a right in front of the motorcycle.
Oh and one time a guy lost control when he was about to run a red light, saw a cop, slammed on the brakes, skidded into high curb at the corner and his front right wheel broke loose, went flying and bounced off the signal pole and into the intersection.
Just another day in south LA.
I agree! McDonalds is NOT a major shopping experience!Not sure if this counts, but what about when two people discuss what to order at a fast food drive through for 5 minutes, studying and debating the menu as though they are buying a new house.
There is just something about that level of dumb that's impressive in it's own way.
I had a Dodge Caliber as a rental. It was brand new and was the biggest POS I've ever driven. I think it's called a Caliber because you know you want to shoot it, you just don't know what caliber of bullet will kill it.Kind of makes the Dodge Caliber that ran the light and T-boned my Suburban see too ordinary.
...but he was WINNING, right?Passed on the shoulder. Sounds like no big deal right?
The OPPOSITE shoulder. Two lane 55mph road. I'm traveling east. He's behind me. He goes to the westbound oncoming lane, passes around cars going westbound - on that shoulder - gets back into to westbound lane Then gets over to the eastbound lane. Probably passed 6 cars in total in one pass attempt
I was flabbergasted. Saw him about 3 miles down the road pulling into a gas station. Middled aged guy in a Cadillac sedan
I assume you've never had the pleasure of having a PT Cruiser rental, then?I had a Dodge Caliber as a rental. It was brand new and was the biggest POS I've ever driven. I think it's called a Caliber because you know you want to shoot it, you just don't know what caliber of bullet will kill it.
You feeling alright after your accident?
Talk about testing people ..:shrug:A black NSX pulled up next to me at a red light. Honked at me and made some motion for me to "roll" down my window. Then he asks if I wan to race?
We're on a street in the middle of Boulder, with a stop light every block... I say no not really, and he replies "yeah, I guess I shouldn't, I have a couple of DUI's"...