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Old 09-11-2016, 10:48 AM   #421
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When people walk their dogs on other people's site (especially mine!)! Even worse, when they don't clean it up after walking their dogs on other people's site. I have 4 pomeranians & either use my site or if there's a dog area around. If you don't want poop on your site why do it to someone else's?
Drives me crazy!
I always pick up, and I *try* my hardest to get dog away from others sites - but as he gets older, when he's gotta go, he's going. So, sorry everyone! We do the best we can...

I pick up other people's trash on the trails as balancing karma.

But not those dental pick OMG you are right WWHHHYYY? Don't people floss their teeth, like, in a bathroom? Like when they brush them?
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When people walk their dogs on other people's site (especially mine!)! Even worse, when they don't clean it up after walking their dogs on other people's site. I have 4 pomeranians & either use my site or if there's a dog area around. If you don't want poop on your site why do it to someone else's?
Drives me crazy!
Been there and done that TOO many times!

Here's what I had to say about that back in post #262.

What's your "pet peeve" ?

The only thing I would add is that besides not being able to fix Stupid you can't fix people who are Ignorant or Inconsiderate either.

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Oblivious also comes to mind.
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Old 09-15-2016, 05:36 PM   #424
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Nothing bugs me more than left lane hogs.

Like today on the I-80, where the speed limit was 65 mph. There was this NIIIICE Class A Allegro, with full body paint, doing 70. There was a line of cars behind him, just waiting for him to move the hell over.

But NOOOOOOOO. He insisted on staying on the fast lane.

"Hey guys, look at me and my awesome rig !!", he was probably thinking. He was also probably thinking "I'm doing 5 over the limit. I don't HAVE to move over".

Well, guess what ?? Don't really care how nice your rig is and how it can easily do 70. Move the hell over and let others pass !!

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Old 09-15-2016, 05:50 PM   #425
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Another pet peeve is when people use my site to cut across.

They usually end up getting my dogs riled up.

Really ?? You're THAT damn lazy to walk another couple of feet ?? The exercise will probably do you some good....

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Nothing bugs me more than left lane hogs.

Like today on the I-80, where the speed limit was 65 mph. There was this NIIIICE Class A Allegro, with full body paint, doing 70. There was a line of cars behind him, just waiting for him to move the hell over.

But NOOOOOOOO. He insisted on staying on the fast lane.

"Hey guys, look at me and my awesome rig !!", he was probably thinking. He was also probably thinking "I'm doing 5 over the limit. I don't HAVE to move over".

Well, guess what ?? Don't really care how nice your rig is and how it can easily do 70. Move the hell over and let others pass !!

Be glad you aren't in Minnesota. I actually saw a student driver put his left turn signal on and move into the left lane WITH NO ONE ELSE AROUND(other than me behind them) and stay there. So apparently they teach them to do it in Driver's Ed.
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Old 09-16-2016, 05:32 AM   #427
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Another pet peeve is when people use my site to cut across.

They usually end up getting my dogs riled up.

Really ?? You're THAT damn lazy to walk another couple of feet ?? The exercise will probably do you some good....

Ugh! Yes!
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Be glad you aren't in Minnesota. I actually saw a student driver put his left turn signal on and move into the left lane WITH NO ONE ELSE AROUND(other than me behind them) and stay there. So apparently they teach them to do it in Driver's Ed.

I have to confess that when driving on a lot of roads where the right lane has been beat up by traffic that I will drive in the left lane if there's not much traffic so the ride is smoother. If I see someone approaching behind me then I will move back over to the right lane to let them pass!
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I have to confess that when driving on a lot of roads where the right lane has been beat up by traffic that I will drive in the left lane if there's not much traffic so the ride is smoother. If I see someone approaching behind me then I will move back over to the right lane to let them pass!
I used to do that quite frequently when running I-5 when I lived in California. Sometimes the cars were going well over the posted speed that I never had time to move over. They would just fly by me on the right and kept on truck'n.

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I have to confess that when driving on a lot of roads where the right lane has been beat up by traffic that I will drive in the left lane if there's not much traffic so the ride is smoother. If I see someone approaching behind me then I will move back over to the right lane to let them pass!
I-76 in CO is that way - not so bad in a MH, but terrible in a 5th wheel. Wyoming used to have signs for trucks to use left lane so they could stretch out the repave budget.

But I have huge issues with left lane huggers when there is traffic behind. Many states will write tickets for that now.
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In Europe it is illegal to pass on the right, if you do expect a ticket. Also, the speeding car/ truck in the left lane will flash their headlights, meaning get over and out of my way when coming up on a slower car in the left lane... I wish drivers here would do likewise...
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Europe also drives on the wrong side of the road and put steering wheels on the passenger side
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Well, we already adopted their miserable roundabouts, don't need anymore Europe here.
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