Hypomotheticaly speaking are you obligated to report seeing a dead body? I mean obligated in the legal sense as the moral one is undoubtedly “duh-UH!”. Lets say as a fer-instance you are hopping and bopping along to “She-bop” on your car radio (because it could happen if you are me) and you’re stopped in traffic on a busy city street and out of the corner of your eye there’s a dude in a windbreaker hanging out a window, arms dangling, a large piece of furniture or something pressed against them, a dead, hollow, deep look in their eyes. Factor in you have a mobile phone in your car (yes, your car, not your pants, we didn’t have pants or cell phones that could even fit into pants back then if we had them in the first place which we DIDN’T thanks for bringing up the painful realities of my youth again, you bastard) and you may or may not have completed a drugs/gun/human traficking deal that you swear is your last one and then you’re going legit and taking the night managers position at your uncles erotic button factory.
Well, what would YOU do if YOU were the driver? (yea, thats gonna be my catch-phrase and yes, its stolen)
Someone, somewhere has the job of measuring marshmallow consistency. I spent most of my afternoon fantasizing about this person. I wonder how many times a day someone calls them Mr./Ms Stay-Puft or if they are tired of unlicensed nuclear accelerators being playfully waved in their face day after day. When this person goes postal (or is it toastal?) I want to both be there and be their first victim.
What would YOU do if YOU were the driver?
Oh great. Just what I needed – to make another decision. I have been reading some blogs and replies to posts, and the greatest replies are the FuTards asking when they can buy an iPhone. BUY ONE WHENEVER YOU WANT. I understand this is good for at&t for a larger LTE footprint, and of course, T-Mobile is in the shitsink, but it does come as a surprise, I guess. I would have liked a merger with Sprint more. Their philosophy is more aligned with one another. So, I guess this means a bill-hike and a rules change. It also means I will likely be able to terminate my contract with T-Mobile. at some point. Sprint seems like the next best options – even though I left them over a decade ago for Omnipoint (who would eventually become VoiceStream, then bought by T-Mobile).
Great. Sprint. Until Verizon buys them.
Here you go:
So, Saturday I was taking a drive to Guitar Center in North Mass. I got onto the highway, and merged in with traffic – slowing down because the traffic ahead of me was stopped. I came to a stop, and a second later – SMASH! I took it in the rear by a Lexus. He was not looking, and admitted it. Looking over his left shoulder to find a window of opportunity to merge in as well. When he hit me, I shot forward, and turned (purposely) into the right guardrail to avoid colliding with the Honda in front of me.
I still hit the Honda, but only my left front corner into the read right of the number – spanking the muffler. I ended up on top of a small now bank and the guardrail. My KNEE! Ouch. I found plastic I did not know I had! And there was like $8 in change (thats where I left it!) all over the place. Including outside – weird. I am unsure how it got outside.
Rear bumper is gone, rear left chassis smashed in. Front looks like a pile of crap. I don’t think the Adjuster will total it. So I guess I wait for it to be fixed. Until then, it’s a rental’ing I will go.
A Putrid Disgustion
You just might learn something about yourself here.
That is a very personal question to ask…