Posts Tagged ‘ road rage ’

Wisdom for Dummies

April 12, 2019
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I just gave another driver my mean stare. I’m not worried about retaliation; I have the confidence that comes with tinted windows. Dorothy RosbyI'm a South Dakota humorist whose humor column appears in newspapers in…

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Time for a Politically Incorrect SWOT Analysis

March 4, 2016
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One glance at a recent New York Times article—G.O.P Race Grows Cruder and More Aggressive—set me to thinking. I wonder how much cruder and more aggressive things need to get before the wheels fall off…

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Road Rage

November 22, 2014
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With the holiday season here, many of us will be hitting the road in the coming weeks, traveling to places near and far. The scenery may be different for each of us, but we all…

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Revenge of the Cyclepaths

October 27, 2014
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Revenge of the Cyclepaths

If you’re a habitual walker you probably know what it’s like to be bottom of the transportation chain. At the top are the cars. Next in line are the cyclists, who run the gauntlet of…

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Cars That Drive People

December 31, 2013
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Cars That Drive People

      Lately, the news has been full of stories about “automatic cars.” Supposedly, these are the cars of the not so distant future. Basically, they will be able to drive themselves, freeing us…

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Revenge on Slow Left Lane Drivers

July 16, 2013
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When I’m caught behind a slow left lane driver, venom courses through my veins. I bellow obscenities and entertain despicable thoughts. I become uncivilized. My mother would not be proud. That said, I doubt I’m alone. We all know the frustration: Coming…

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