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People Are Crazy

Yesterday we were driving on the highway (not a road, not a street–but a major United States highway), and we noticed that cars were slowing down in the right lane because they could not get around something. As we came up on it, I discovered it was a woman in a wheelchair–no, wait–not one, but TWO sets of wheels, so another person was behind her as well.  It was a TANDEM wheelchair outing, not on a sidewalk nor the shoulder of the road nor a bike lane (there were none), but on a highway, and ON TOP OF THAT, the man behind her was walking a black and white dog. Multitasking, if you will. And where were they going? Turns out, they took a right into the Sonic. Yes, and it wasn’t even Sonic Happy Hour, when tots and Route 44 limeades are half-price. I guess they thought they’d book it on over to the Sonic at twilight (death wish, much?) for a footlong Coney, while getting the dog exercise and holding up traffic. Really?

9 thoughts on “People Are Crazy”

  1. I had to double check my knowledge of traffic law, as I was second guessing myself. While laws may vary from state to state, I know Ohio’s is fairly straight forward. Interstates are marked clearly that there shall be no foot traffic on them, but U.S. Highways are different story. This leads me to believe that section C would need to be adhered to, in order to be lawful. Texas might be a different story, but I assume standard practice. They all should “walk as near as practicable to an outside edge of the roadway, and, if on a two-way roadway, shall walk only on the left side of the roadway.”


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