Just for the record....I took a drive out to Soboba Casino and then came back to Corona, where I saw
"Meet The Fockers" at the Corona Edwards Cinema today. And it was raining all day long. I saw numerous accidents on the 91, 215, and 60 freeways, plus the Ramona Expressway. I drove close to 100 miles, and made it home in one piece, not a dent or scratch on the car.
And now I have the news on and all they are doing is blathering endlessly about "rain caused accidents".
I want to reach through the television set and strangle these reporters.
I never knew that rain had the ability to come down and run cars off the road or plow cars into each other.
I always thought that
people who can't drive in the rain were what caused all these wrecks.
Why do people here just not get it?
Driving in the rain isn't at all difficult. Just slow down a bit and keep in mind that it takes twice as long to stop. And above all, don't make any sudden moves or lane changes.
It's not hard.
I laughed at every single "accident" I saw.
Every single one.
I even once rolled down the window and yelled out "LEARN HOW TO
DRIVE MOTHER F***ER
And then you hear about those kids or teenagers or adults being "swept away" in the flood control channels or the LA
WTF are they
IN the flood control channels anyway?
Oh that's right. This is a
It's someone elses fault. And in this case, Mother Nature.