Last edited by KNCadillac8898; 01-03-12 at 07:42 PM.
I'm a chauffeur. Have been for 15 years. I lived in Billerica and am now in Worcester. I've lived here all my life and have logged about 1.4 million miles in my life...mostly in eastern MA. I see crazy everyday. Although, I will say, the Concord rotary isn't all that bad. The commuters know how to drive it, and other rotaries. The problem with rotaries are when you incorporate people who don't have a clue into them. That's when it gets nuts...
"Every American who ever had a dream dreamed of driving a Cadillac."
RIP, JD! You are missed.
The National Motorists Association -- Fairness and justice for motorists.
Yeah, I hate Kelly Square. But Wings Over Worcester is down there, so...
I think it was Lewis Black the comedien who made the comment that Linberg flew across the Atlantic without a radio and people today can't walk to the mailbox without a cell phone in their ear. If you think the world will stop if you can't stay connected, give it a try. Betcha the world will keep on turnin'. This connection fetish is a case of technology creating a need, not a need creating technology.
Not everyone is a bad driver because of texting or talking on the phone. But almost 100% of the people whom I see making mistakes while driving have a phone to their ear or their eyes focused more toward their lap texting.
Personally, I enjoy the silence when I drive...but then I'm an old fart.....
^Lol. Sometimes I drive in the quiet and just listen to the engine, but mostly I listen to CDs (classic rock of course). I can't stand the radio. Tomorrow in MA there's a hearing for two proposed bills, one to outlaw talking on a cell phone while driving and another to outlaw talking on a cell phone while driving in a school zone.
And neither will pass and are useless anyway...
No one follows the no texting rule. I don't know why they passed that.