The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
Did something happen?
A client I worked on today. Had a neck injury and a broken ankle a few months ago, because she blacked out at the wheel, cause (so far) unknown, and had a one-car accident. LUCKILY one-car. She's had another blackout at the local Costco, yet she still drives. It freaks me out.
I'm glad none of y'all were hurt. You'd think that she would voluntarily stop driving.
I'm with DaddyBear. The woman is lacking in moral fiber.
She made a point of telling me she only drove "locally" now. Like that's going to make a difference!
I read this twice to make sure this wasn't from some personal, um, impact. Yikes. If you client wants to "drive locally," I'd suggest that she look into a BICYCLE....
You don't seriously expect anything approaching common sense from a government agency, do you?Just sayin'...
Do you let epileptics drive in the great state of Texas? (we do in Ontario)"The goggles, they do nothing!"
Like I said, "The stupid, it burns!"I can get a DWI if I drive after shotgunning 8 Redbulls, but a woman who BLACKS OUT behind the wheel still has her license. It makes no sense, dammit!
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