I think the statistic would be the same if you left out "who cut me off or pull in front of me". And maybe even higher. Whenever I am in the car and look at another driver, I would say that it is rare to see that person NOT on the phone. Makes me wonder about people. Are they just lonely? Can't they go ANYWHERE by themselves?Originally posted by OperaTenor:
...at least 75% of the people who cut me off or pull in front of me are on their cell phones...
Remember Aint Bee? Usually in the kitchen, usually on her feet, generally working on something? Speaking for the Aint Bees of the world, Mayberry is well lost. Gimme microwaves and cell phones, anyday! And my food processor, and my electronic sewing machine, and my DVD player, and internet radio, the internet in general, internet shopping, google, Bartleby, my Word program and a hard drive to replace my typewriter, supply cabinet with the bond, onionskin, and carbon paper stacks and the three file cabinets I no longer need and...Originally posted by TrumpetMaster:
We have lost Mayberry to Technology.
Andy, I want to go fishing with you and Opie
But can the chimp do the Chicken dance...that standard of all wedding receptions?Originally posted by Selma in Sandy Eggo:
...a chimp dancing the macarena. Fairly well, too - better than some wedding guests I've seen...
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