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|8th August 2008, 18:36||#31|
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4 yr old thread woken up!
Now to the topic, a thing I have noticed is that a person will drive like he walks. There are people who walk on the road, not on the footpath even if one exists (i.e. nice & "clean") not on the edge of the road but more towards the centre. They cross croads like they own it or as if it's a garden and they are out to enjoy their walk. Give them a cycle, a bike or a car and they will drive it the same way - as if they own the road. Problem is not the vehicle but the attitude. The size of the vehicle just worsens it.
|8th August 2008, 18:52||#32|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Another thing I have noticed about myself is that when I am driving I consider myself to be right, and when I am on a two wheeler or in a bus yet again I would find fault with other commuters! hehe. Its just human nature. And especially while walking I would wonder whats with everyone on the road. why is everyone so brash and reckless! hehe. so hypocritical! well these were all just my thoughts, not that I acted on these thoughts
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