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Old 01-01-2012, 02:40 PM   #1
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Old 01-01-2012, 09:10 PM   #3
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#1 rule dont take evasive action... if they hit you its their fault, but if you try to avoid them and crash its your fault...
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#1 rule dont take evasive action... if they hit you its their fault, but if you try to avoid them and crash its your fault...
You may be right, but human nature will trump common sense everytime! lol. There is no amount of training that can change that.

That being said, That was funny!!
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Definitely, that was funny! I shared it with a friend I traveled up to Wyoming with last summer because of the unusually large number of pokey road hogs (road swine?) we got stuck behind and had trouble getting around. She got a chuckle out of it but pointed out that it would have been wasted on most of them because of the way they stared straight ahead the whole time we passed them. If it wasn't for the accident potential, it would be fun to test that theory.
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