Ya'll remember Tiny Cowboy, right? He's a miniature, flame-haired Sasquatch, who insists on wearing a cowboy hat, boots and typically shorts of some sort, everywhere he goes.
The drop off, at our school, consists of both an inside and outside lane of traffic. After dropping the kids off, you travel down the front of the building, in one of these two lanes. The inside lane has a stop sign and must yield to the continuously moving traffic of the outside lane. The outside lane doesn't stop. I repeat, the INSIDE lane stops and yields to the outside lane! This isn't rocket science, people.
But apparently, fun-size, ginger, Sasquatches yield for no one, because even though I was in the outside lane and attempting to make the turn around the building, Tiny Cowboy felt the need to gun his truck and squeal past me and the startled crossing guard. If this wasn't bad enough, TC drove down the center of the split turn lane exiting the parking lot, without using his turn signal, effectively blocking both lanes of traffic and confusing many of the drivers. His erratic driving continued once we'd exited the school zone and included crossing the center line, turning without signalling and rolling through a four way stop.
Now it's possible that when his assignation attempt failed, his driving was merely a result of his attempt to make a clean getaway, or maybe both TC's turn signals and brakes aren't working! But more than likely, Tiny Cowboy just can't drive. Either way I know that I will be looking over my shoulder because as long as He's out there, the roadways just aren't safe.
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