CrazyDrake wrote:When an 18 wheeler pulls out to pass another 18 wheeler, and it takes him 3 miles to accomplish the feat.
But it bugs me most because professional drivers complain constantly about people in cars.
Adding other issues that I have.
People who will push a cart for 3 miles inside the Super Walmart, but cannot push it 10 yards to the cart corral in the parking lot and instead leave them between cars, on parking lot islands or my favorite, next to cart corral because to go five more feet is just too much to ask.
Morbidly obese people on electric scooters. I do not know if this is cause or effect. Are they on the scooter because they are so heavy that it is hard to walk or did they get a scooter and then swell up like a tick from lack of movement.
The Ozark Turn. This is very regional but Missouri Ozarkians will drive like a NASCAR driver up and down the hills and around the turns until they decide to turn into their drive way or a parking lot. Normally with no turn signal, they will slow to glacial speeds and just barely exit the highway. An old lady with a walker could get the inside line and pass them. Often times, leaving the tail end of the vehicle sticking two feet out into the highway, they will stop and scan the parking lot for an empty spot. It is just bizarre and must be taught from a very young age for it to be so ingrained or inbred.