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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Hey, idiots who "cross" the circ. in rush hour

Posted on Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 4:18 PM

So every day on my way to work, I see these idiots. They stand on the side of the road, or are at the median, looking at cars, waiting for a break in the traffic to scurry on over. Like, are you fucking retarded?!?!? Well I'm sure you're not that smart...you're on your way over to Highfield because you live there or are going to your job at Braindeadvergys. Like, why the fuck did they spend all that time and money building a pedestrian bridge for these fucktards?!?! Walking over to that bridge might add another 5 minutes to your walk (yes walk, not roll in your wheelchair if you survive) while I'd have to guess standing there, waiting for a break in RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC is not quicker. You're just fucking lazy and your crack-infested lungs can't do that much activity. Just don't bitch when someone slips on the icy highway and pins you into the median. Then, if you survive, you'll complain about how the government doesn't give your disabled ass enough money to live on and blah blah blah.

Some of what I said is mean and stereotypical I know. I know not everyone who lives in Highfield is a bum, but I just know I have yet to meet someone who lives there who isn't. I just had to vent because I'm always cranky when I see you idiots, early in the morning or at the end of the day. So, wise the fuck up and use that fucking bridge they built for you, dumbass.

PS. I did some digging and found that the bridge cost $744,647.40. You're fucking welcome Highfieldiots.

--if I had a dime...

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