Well probably just an unsupportable observation -- why are there so many
road rage comments associated with areas around large cities. Could it be
the number of folks and density -- maybe but since Gordon, David and Toby B.
live around Seattle, a.k.a. latte land, its cause is probably the wankers
ordering quintuple shot skinny lattes at the local Starbucks(of which
Seattle must have more than the total production run of the 2000's) before
they head out into traffic.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeanette Mehl <email@example.com>
To: ROADSTER LIST <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 1999 12:28 AM
Subject: Re: Road Rage
> Yet another,
> One day a friend of mine and I had an epasode with a very angry woman in a
> Jeep. This went on from downtown Seattle, up I-5, all the way to Lynwood
> (aprox 20 mi.) She cut us off severial times, slamming on her brakes,then
> she would get behind us and flash her high beams. She was digging around
> behind the seat of her car for something, then came up beside us and
> a "finger pistol" with her hand, and started acting like she was shooting
> us. At this point we went to the St. Patrol, gave the vehicle discription,
> lic.#, and regestered a complaint. They put out an APB. We were told to
> carry a cell phone and dial 911 if this ever happened again.
> They are taking road rage very seriously around here. Oh yea, Our crime
> t'wards the woman. We wated for a red light to change before takeing a
> turn. We did this because we had to cross four lanes of rush-hour traffic
> take our onramp to I-5. Can you say PMS?
> Manditory Datsun content; I wasn't driving my roadster. :-)
> Dave. SRL311-10444