Thursday, December 18, 2008

The Great Purge...

I know that I had gotten started a few weeks ago with the whole "Walking In Their Boots" project, but that has to wait (mainly cause this is my Blog and I don't feel like doing that right now...)

I decided that if I'm going to turn around my life a little, I have to get the poisons out of my system and clear the brain somewhat. So this series will be a little bit like Primal Scream therapy, ya know?

So let's start the list.

People I Have to Not Be Around Or Think About Anymore

  • Yes...Lousy Drivers-People who are incapable of driving as though they have both gasoline in the tank and brain in the skull just aggravate my hypertension. And get on my nerves a lot. I have been heard saying such things as: "Hey pal, you driving that car or carrying it?"; "Wow, you're not the worst driver in the world, but when that guy dies..."; "The long pedal on the right...step on that one!" I have often found myself wishing that I had those fancy weapons like the fighter pilots in "Star Wars". And saying words that I'd have gotten my mouth washed out with soap for. We need to stop thinking about these people because an aneurysm is sure to follow.

I think this is a good start.


  1. I think some people skipped the day of drivers' ed when they were taught which pedal does what. That, and how to use a blinker.

    Number one pet peeve of mine.

  2. Definitely a good start. There are those people that just can't be happy and drag you down in the muck with them..<--hasn't exactly been the best one of last to say anything about those people.

    Yet, it does help to alleviate the stressor people for a time, to get your own on an even keel. (Hugs)Indigo

  3. I avoid traffic and places where large groups gather. Walmart parking lots are even scarier. Having a disabled card is a perk of ALS, but you must get to the front first. Do you know how many people drive and can't turn their heads? Too many!

  4. I don't think anyone will argue about this one, Jimmy. It can be maddening. I'll admit to using a hand gesture and saying a phrase that matched just the other day, and I'm usually pretty even-keeled.


  5. Nothing aggravates me more than lousy drivers. My blood boils on a regular basis.


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