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Things Left Unsaid

A presidential candidate often gives his (or her) opinion on many subjects.  Not all subjects involve politics.  As important as it is for me to talk about the issues of the day, it is equally important to know when NOT to comment.

One of the things I cannot comment on while I am running for President is how awful drivers are here in New Jersey.  It is especially unwise to mention how bad New Jersey drivers are while I am still living in New Jersey.  So I will refrain from mentioning how often they tailgate.  Some of them are so close that I can tell the color of their eyes.  As a general rule, I don’t want to know anything about the appearance of the driver behind me.  Mentioning little things like they like driving in parking lots like they’re freeways is a no-no. The fact that they tend to think that directional signals are optional would be huge faux-pas.  I will not comment on how New Jersey drivers pay the highest auto insurance rates FOR A REASON!

For the reasons listed above, I will be keeping my opinion of how people in New Jersey drive to myself.

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May 24, 2013 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial | , , , , , , , ,

5 Comments

  1. are drivers allowed to pump their own gas yet? Remember when I moved to Bergen county and was shocked to see not only full service pumps…. but that an attendant was, by law, required to fill the tank.
    just as weird as not being able to buy ciggies at the liquor store.
    Maybe this is what pisses off the drivers.

    Comment by Rachael C. Black | May 27, 2013

    • We’re still not allowed to pump our own gas. Maybe Trenton is waiting to see drivers be able to drive before handling a responsibility like pumping gas.

      Cigarettes are now sold in liquor stores, but they are more expensive in liquor stores than at gas stations, supermarkets, and schools.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | May 28, 2013

      • With the price of cigarettes clearly rising on the playground it is my fervent prayer that the price of dope has gone down.

        Comment by Rachael C. Black | May 28, 2013

      • At least there is no tax on dope. (Except where it is legal to buy.)

        Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | May 28, 2013

  2. We’re still not allowed to pump our own gas. Maybe Trenton is waiting to see drivers be able to drive before handling a responsibility like pumping gas.

    Cigarettes are now sold in liquor stores, but they are more expensive in liquor stores than at gas stations, supermarkets, and schools.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | May 28, 2013


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