When you care enough to leave a note
This is the note I left under the windshield wiper:
It's a good thing I'm a good driver so I saw you when you started to cut me off. Otherwise we'd both have big problems!Yeah, the sudden urge to go straight from a left-turn-only lane so you can go to the grocery store. That's an urge worth resisting folks. I followed the car into the same lot. I parked in the next lane. The people wouldn't get out of the car until after I went in the store (people equals "adult" driver and child in front passenger seat). The car was still there when I came out so I used an envelope to leave the note. I'm sure it will make a big impression. uh huh.
It's worth going a few extra feet and making a turn rather than cutting off someone -- and prevents "accidents".
And the note I didn't leave:
If you're going to make a practice of cutting people off, maybe having a particularly identifiable car isn't such a hot idea. Lose the lovely lei hanging from the mirror, dimwit
And don't forget the....
If you haven't been to see the new Wallace and Grommit flick yet, go! You need to be able to speak intelligently and knowledgably about it during next year's Oscar's buzz. I went tonight and had a great time. How are we programed that we can be so accepting of little claymation characters? Just fabulous.
And you know you're spending some time in the right place when at the end of the film the entire audience chimes in on the final