Monday, April 23, 2012
Then we notice: There's nobody in the car in front of us. What we're waiting for isn't for someone to pump his gas. We're waiting for him to come out of the convenience store after he's gone to the bathroom, done some shopping and got a big cup of coffee.
THEN we have to wait for him to pump gas.
Idiots are using the spaces next to the pumps as PARKING spaces.
And here we are, pinned in. Can't move, because someone's behind us. I can't talk to them about our situation. There's nobody anywhere near THAT car either.
I know this isn't the biggest problem we Americans are facing. Still. It speaks volumes about how we all get along, go along, and treat our compadres out there on the roads of America. If we can't get along at the pumps, this country is running out of gas in more ways than one.