From the You Don't See That Everyday Department:
A woman tried to pull around me at a stop sign, though we were both going straight. I did not have my turn signal on and was not pointed in any way that would indicate I was turning right rather than going straight. I moved first, so she remained behind me. Once in the parking lot at the train station, I moved slowly, trying to determine whether I would go right or left in search of a parking space in the small lot closest to the station. She tried to pass on the left just as I chose to go that direction. I was lucky in that I thought to look for her first. I waved her past, rolling my eyes.
I managed to park first and was walking past her car as she was maneuvering into her spot. After she purchased her fare and I was getting my iPod out, she came up to me ... to apologize.
"I'm not usually that crazy," she said. "I didn't know how much time I had before the train came and I had to buy my ticket."
She was nice about it, and I forgave her.
Good thing I didn't go off on her, which was my first thought.
Lou Gehrig in Asbury Park
3 years ago