Words to live by
Dick

Maysville, KY

#1 Jun 11, 2012
Usually people that put this crap on there vehicle are the ones that are the worst cause of the problem.

Take your time, follow the rules, respect others and their right to be on the road with you. Worry more about yourself and what you are doing. Simple rule and if followed we have a lot less car crashes.

There not such thing as an accident. Someone is always to blame. Many tiles it is attitude.
Mopar Mike

Hillsboro, KY

#2 Jun 11, 2012
The problem seems to be that some people have a hard time grasping the concept that the left lane is for passing and the right lane is for driving in.

They want to sit in the passing lane often at or below the speed limit forcing you to pass them on the right.

In my opinion if you are going 75 MPH in the left lane and someone comes up behind you going faster the courteous thing to do is to move into the right lane and let them pass.

Drive right, pass left. It's a simple concept that some folks have a hard time wrapping their arms around.
Dick

Maysville, KY

#3 Jun 11, 2012
Simple concept yes. However Driving 75 should get you a ticket. Many left lane commandos drive to fast and need to be slowed down. That's a 5000lbs bullet you are driving.

35,000 people die each year in cars crashes. 11,000 people die from gun shots and only a handful die from terrorist attacks.
Carol

Maysville, KY

#4 Jun 11, 2012
Dick wrote:
Simple concept yes. However Driving 75 should get you a ticket. Many left lane commandos drive to fast and need to be slowed down. That's a 5000lbs bullet you are driving.
35,000 people die each year in cars crashes. 11,000 people die from gun shots and only a handful die from terrorist attacks.
All the more reason to follow the laws of the road. Drive right pass left. No matter what speed you drive in the right lane and pass in the left lane. Are you one of those people who believe that since you're driving the speed limit you still want to be a road hog?
Dick

Maysville, KY

#5 Jun 11, 2012
A road hog is a person that straddles the line occupying both lanes. Not one of those.

I use the left lane to pass or turn left if I need to turn. In town you can catch me in any lane.

You one of those people that drive anyway you want cause you're in hurry and no one else matters?
Carol

Maysville, KY

#6 Jun 11, 2012
I have been driving for a very long time and up until a little while back I managed to get my first traffic ticket.

I follow the rules as best I can. I am a courteous driver. Drive in the right lane, pass in the left. How difficult is that?
Dick

Maysville, KY

#7 Jun 12, 2012
Cool, I had a ticket back in 96. Sometimes ya just mess up.

We have more than our fair share of disrespectful drivers in Mason County.

I stand by my comment Drivers with attitude cause crashes. If people would just learn to relax, just drive and be respectful go we would have a lot less road rage issues. Signs that show negative attitude only promotes more negative attitude.
Chief Red Bird

Louisville, KY

#8 Jun 12, 2012
Dick wrote:
Cool, I had a ticket back in 96. Sometimes ya just mess up.
We have more than our fair share of disrespectful drivers in Mason County.
I stand by my comment Drivers with attitude cause crashes. If people would just learn to relax, just drive and be respectful go we would have a lot less road rage issues. Signs that show negative attitude only promotes more negative attitude.
Wat a dKKK. StFU !
Dick

Maysville, KY

#9 Jun 12, 2012
Chief Red Bird wrote:
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Wat a dKKK. StFU !
Does your mommy know you're here. She is so gonna whip you.
Carol

Maysville, KY

#10 Jun 12, 2012
I agree with you about the disrespectful drivers. I've witnessed numerous foul gestures and horns honking and even the good ol road rage a time or two. I've found that it's easier to smile and wave other than flipping people off. Tends to calm the other people down a tad.

There are rude people everywhere. Just the way of the world. Perfect example is that above poster.
Chief Red Bird

Louisville, KY

#11 Jun 12, 2012
I whip ur fat toothless trailer park trash mom all the time... I like her cuz she dont scrap !

eat a dKKK beotch
Chief Red Bird

Louisville, KY

#12 Jun 12, 2012
*scrape
Dick

Maysville, KY

#13 Jun 13, 2012
Carol wrote:
I agree with you about the disrespectful drivers. I've witnessed numerous foul gestures and horns honking and even the good ol road rage a time or two. I've found that it's easier to smile and wave other than flipping people off. Tends to calm the other people down a tad.
There are rude people everywhere. Just the way of the world. Perfect example is that above poster.
I see we are on the same page just started off wrong. I love the smile and wave approach the best. I do believe you are one on the respectful drivers. Many would not agree with this.
Dick

Maysville, KY

#14 Jun 13, 2012
Chief Red Bird wrote:
I whip ur fat toothless trailer park trash mom all the time... I like her cuz she dont scrap !
eat a dKKK beotch
Chief Red Turkey, Ya got to much hate for internet posting. You are gonna have a stroke. There is nothing you can say to me that would fire me up.It's like you don't even exist on this planet.

Your attitude is why I hate you. Also my mom left the trailer park for a plot in the cemetery.

I give your simple mind a whole lot you can insult me for. lets see what you're made of.
Pop Paw

Lafayette, IN

#15 Jun 17, 2012
*=* It's a Dad thing!*=*

I hesitate to say everyone should have a child, because becoming a parent is an intensely personal choice. I try my best to avoid evangelizing the experience, but the deeper in I get, the more I believe that nothing captures the continued absurdity of the human condition better than having a child does.(( That's until you have grandchildren))

After becoming a parent, the first thing you'll say to yourself is, my God, it is a miracle any of us even exist, because I want to freakin' kill this kid at least three times a day. But then your child will spontaneously hug you, or tell you some stupid joke that they can't stop laughing at, or grab for your hand while crossing the street and then well, here we all are, aren't we? I'm left wondering if I'll ever be able to love other people or for that matter myself as much as I love my children. Unconditional, irrational, nonsensical love. That's humanity in a nutshell.
lmao

Versailles, KY

#16 Nov 21, 2012
i so wish i could put this on my car!!!! i get so tired of people driving super slow in the left lane. usually it's because they are planning on making a left turn 20 miles down the road. seriously, if you can't drive in the right lane and change lanes when it's close to time for you to turn, why are you even driving?? DRIVE in the RIGHT, PASS in the LEFT!!!!!

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