Just this last (I promise) word. Today I was in front of someone driving with both hands at the 12 o'clock position on the steering wheel. The knuckles were sharp looking and they pierced the air with eight impressively tall bony knuckle peaks. I would hate to get a knuckle sandwich from him! It must be when you do that two hands at 12 o'clock high position long enough... perhaps then you don't over correct. Me..I put both hands up on top of the wheel the other day to experiment...nope...ain't gonna work for me. If I would have tried to make turn with both hands up there, I'd be doing circles!
I notice too that there are increasing numbers of folk who like to rush up behind you and stick to you trying to make you go faster. If I pledge to you now that this is in the so called "slow" lane even...know I am telling the truth when I say I am doing 5 miles OVER the speed limit over there. I guess what it is turns out to be is my ignorance of the fact that they own the road and that no one but them knows how to drive. Sheesh. By now I should have learned. More lessons will be forthcoming I am positive.
I have smiled thru time hearing people in my social circles saying "I wish people would learn to drive". Usually that has meant that the incompetent oaf in the other vehicle should get out of the speakers way. I really love the comments that never change and never fail when it snows or there is an ice storm. "If they would stay off the roads" " if they would get out of my way" "Why don't they go faster up (down) that hill? They'd make it if they would go faster the incompetent boobs."
Snow and ice and east TN hills and mountains have no meaning or consequence to these intrepid super heroes. I wish I were like them. Maybe one day when I grow up.