> Reply-To: email@example.com (Denise Thorpe)
> In cities, it seems that people feel anonymous because they're not
> statistically likely to run into anyone they know. So when someone
> does something rude to me on the road, I wave at them like I know them.
> I like to picture them going through their daily lives wondering when
> they're going to run into that woman they flipped off on the freeway.
I lived in metropolitan NJ for 3 years. I picked up some really bad
habits that have been hard to shake. Now I live in a small town, 3/4 of
which are related to my wife. I have to be really careful not to revert
back to my NJ style of driving.
- -Mark "I can't throw a rock without hitting one of my wife's family" Jurras