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Old 05-22-2011, 10:02 AM   #85
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Old 05-22-2011, 10:30 AM   #86
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What Bugs You?

Originally Posted by Grimesy View Post
First bug on a freshly cleaned windshield.
Not only is it usually the first bug...but it has to hit DEAD CENTER of your windshield so you are continuously focusing in and out on it and going cross-eyed in the process. On top of that, it's usualy a good gooey-gluey one so that if you use your windshield wipers it creates a big arc of blurr to stare at.

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Old 05-22-2011, 10:46 AM   #87
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People who tailgate, then have to slow down to make the turn, or speeding up, then tailgating, then passing-only to have to slam on the brakes to stop at the same intersection. These people would never be able to stop without rear-ending you,,,I will never figure it out.
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Old 05-22-2011, 11:40 AM   #88
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Yeh wayne sunds lik my englsh techerfrom hisschol!
Grammer police at work:

Almost as bad bad; but not quite, as the campground hosts that think they own the park and make up their own rules.
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Old 05-22-2011, 12:45 PM   #89
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You folks have hit on most of those items that upset me. The one I need to expand on are those folks that pull out in front of you then don't accelerate so you have to really slow it down. Then slam on their brakes to 'teach you a lesson' for running up on them. Bad call on their part!! It's usually someone, often elderly or a woman with a cell phone plugged into an ear in an econobox that my daily driver, an 8400 pound F350 4x4, would crush like a bug. Even worse, I usually drive with my lights on and that truck - at least 15 showing across the front so no excuse they didn't see me.

Oh yeah, the grammar and spelling police...........

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