The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
Vegas doesn't have that market cornered...visit Seattle sometime.
Probably any big city shares that motto, Buckskins. Why is it that I hate people so much when I'm behind the wheel of a car?
Probably because the average motorist seems to take leave of their senses and common courtesy.Just sayin...
"Why is it that I hate people so much when I'm behind the wheel of a car?"And Christina channels me for a moment...
B.R., oh, most DEFINITELY. Add gawking tourists in their rental cars and kamikaze taxicab drivers, not to mention tourbuses, and you have Las Vegas.JayG, a frequent occurrence, I assure you!
Add gawking tourists in their rental cars and kamikaze taxicab drivers, not to mention tourbuses, and you have Las Vegas.San Francisco, too. I've never been a big fan of public transport until I lived there and took BART into The City every day. I seriously thought about building an altar to BART in a corner of my living room on those rare, rare occasions I actually DID drive into The City.But the drivin' is GOOD now, which is to say out here in the wilderness... it's an 80 mph sorta life... everywhere except in town.
Sure, rub it in, Buck! Someday, I'll be where there are wide open spaces and I can drive like a bat outta hell. REALLY looking forward to it.I got used to public transpo in Berlin, Germany...didn't get my driver's license until I was 23!
What happens in Euless... Well... It happens.
*lol*And it stays there, too, I bet.
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