Michael Moore (admiralmemo) wrote,
Michael Moore
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Snow Idiots

Why is it that whenever it snows, people feel the need to walk in the street? Every single time it snows, there are people just walking down the middle of the street. Now, I can understand it when there's a foot of snow on the ground, and the sidewalks have not been shoveled. It's hard to walk then and the streets are plowed, so you just walk on the side of the street. But I seriously do not understand it when the sidewalks have been shoveled and there's hardly a dusting of snow on the ground.

Also, on a somewhat related note, why are there black people who wear dark clothing in the middle of the night and run across the middle of the street (or walk on the side of the street)? You can't see them until you're about 5 feet from them. They just want to get hit, don't they? There are things called crosswalks, people. You use them to walk across the street, instead of running out anywhere in the middle. (These idiots are the main reason I hate the Maryland law that if a car hits a pedestrian, no matter what the circumstances, the car is at fault. I also hate it that the police never enforce the jaywalking law. There would be many fewer pedestrian accidents if that were the case.)
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