Sunday, October 08, 2006

Open Letter to Motorists...

...Driving East on Interstate 64 in the Morning:

Dear Idiot:

Repeat after me, "The big burning ball will not hurt me." Repeat it again. And again. You see my driving impaired friend, the "big burning ball" is nothing but the sun. It appears every morning in the same place. If we do not have rain, the "big burning ball" will always be there. You've probably been driving this same route for ages. This is not a news flash.

The "big burning ball" is a zillion miles away from Interstate 64. It will not hurt you. Trust me. I understand that it startles you as you round a corner or crest a small hill. Please believe me when I tell you that there is NO NEED to slam on your brakes. You do not need to screech to a complete halt.

You see, the simple act of slamming on your brakes eventually causes a chain reaction that slows and backs up traffic for miles. This makes your fellow drivers a little testy. We live in a military area. How many of your fellow drivers are licensed to carry a weapon? I'm just saying you might want to think about it.

Perhaps you will want to be proactive in the future. Here's a clue: things like SUNshades and SUNglasses might be helpful to you. You drive this route everyday. Surely you can formulate a gameplan to counteract the "big burning ball?" Do it for your own safety.

I'm just sayin'.


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