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The most dangerous weapon in the world.

I drive for a living and find that the most dangerous weapon is an Oriental woman texting while driving her Honda Accord. (The preceding is a humorous, yet factual, observation). BTW...my wifey is Oriental and I have texting and data blocked on her cell phone.

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IGNORANT and STUPID are not the same…but, one can be BOTH.
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GDog - You're a funny bastid, Dude!! Gloriously non-PC!!

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WOW thats to freaking funny man
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Believe it or not, I just HAD to pull off the main road and post those comments when I saw this itty bitty Oriental Lady in her Honda Accord, barely able to see over the dash, texting away as she passed me. I tooted the air horn at her, but she continued on her way, unable to maintain her lane. Again, BTW my Lil Lady also drives a Honda. She's perpetuating the stereotype I guess. Bless their hearts.

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When I was living out in Maryland I was friends with a gentlemen who was retired Navy. He joined way back in the 60s, did two tours to Vietnam as a Corpsmen, lost a finger and half his teeth in combat, worked his way up to the rank of Chief (E7) then got his degree and switched over to officer side, working his way up to Captain (O6 in the Navy). Finally after 34 years he retired. Anyways, in conversation one day he was telling me the most dangerous thing in DC was LOA, gotta watch out for the LOA, them damn LOA's... at first I was like WTF?? my Army mind was thinking this was some military term, us Army guys yell it out when flanking and it means Line of Advance has been reached, but I couldn't figure out how he was using it... I asked him to explain, and he told me, LITTLE OLD ASIANS!! haha

Long story, but to this day every time I get near one I start screaming LOA LOA!! and get in defensive driving mode! lol
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Now THAT'S funny right there, Hibs. I'm STILL laughing. My wife is gonna get a kick out of that one. Thanks. I now have a new label to use when driving. STILL laughing.

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When I was living out in Maryland I was friends with a gentlemen who was retired Navy. He joined way back in the 60s, did two tours to Vietnam as a Corpsmen, lost a finger and half his teeth in combat, worked his way up to the rank of Chief (E7) then got his degree and switched over to officer side, working his way up to Captain (O6 in the Navy). Finally after 34 years he retired. Anyways, in conversation one day he was telling me the most dangerous thing in DC was LOA, gotta watch out for the LOA, them damn LOA's... at first I was like WTF?? my Army mind was thinking this was some military term, us Army guys yell it out when flanking and it means Line of Advance has been reached, but I couldn't figure out how he was using it... I asked him to explain, and he told me, LITTLE OLD ASIANS!! haha

Long story, but to this day every time I get near one I start screaming LOA LOA!! and get in defensive driving mode! lol
from an old Marine.. God Bless the "Docs"

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from an old Marine.. God Bless the "Docs"
Ya, when he went officer he actually became a nurse so still stayed in the medical field. His son followed a similar path. Graduated from the Naval accademy, then went 6 years active duty marine, then went to john hopkins and became a doctor and switched over to the navy and is now active duty, practicing at the new Walter Reed National Medical center in Bethesda. Great family of patriots!
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