I have a long commute and see all kinds of driving habits. I get some strange ideas during those drives.
We will make this fully customizable digital signs. Only the top most annoying drivers will be segregated. I, of course, get to choose the top annoyers.
I originally thought of adding a “normal driving lane”, but decided not to because, in Houston, I have yet to run into any normal drivers. I normally end-up day dreaming when I drive. Hopefully, I don’t run in to one of those “totally lost” folks.
Sometimes though, I end-up on the fast/slow lane. That is a very interesting experience trying to pass those slow folks by getting on the lunatic/manic lane.
Of course, for you the reader, I will gladly add a normal driving lane – because I know you probably are a good driver.
Lot of controversy with the new body imaging x-ray at the airport. I see some interesting upcoming news on who and what they may catch as these machines get widely used.
Recently, LA Fitness (the gym that I work out at) instituted a reservation policy for spin classes by a popular instructor – replacing a simple “first come, first serve” policy. To implement this new policy (requiring additional LA Fitness resources and time commitments), a number of additional policies were created – like signing-in, attendance taking, enforcement, etc. By the time they are done with this, they will have umpteenth number of intertwined policies – one policy to enforce another and so on. This has resulted in a very unpleasant outcome – unhappy customers.
Why couldn’t they have left the original (and simple) policy of “first come, first serve” alone? Here is a good example of bureaucracy gone wild!
It is that time of the year. Seeing reindeer antler decorations on cars popping up everywhere!