« on: February 13, 2012, 02:32 PM »
I read that too. I don't think he makes a case, but he does bring up a few interesting points.
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I searched my cable company's guide, including their iPad app, to no avail. The AMC website shows a marathon immediately preceding the new episodes on 2/12 The mini-marathon starts at 1:30PM. Season one airs the night before for those wishing to catch up on all 13 episodes. Thanks for the advice, Matt!I am watching for a S2 marathon, so if anyone catches wind of it, a head's up here would be super-appreciated!
The show returns February 12th. I would expect a marathon all day.
when a crowd of 2+ people walk side by side and don't allow any room for people walking in the other direction.
Ugh, that pisses me off too. If there are four of you, then walk 2x2 down the hallway and leave some room dammit. You don't have to be 4across, arm-in-arm like you're skipping down the friggin' yellow brick road or something.
This! Also, don't walk in the door of Target or Walmart or the grocery store and then stop dead in the entrance and try to figure out where you're going. I can't tell you how many times I've almost run over someone from behind because they walk in the door and just stop.
Like Jman said, one of these days I'm going to just start pushing people out of my way. I have a feeling that the first time I find myself standing over some Cornell ******bag, who is face down in the Target entrace with my boot on his neck, it's going to be the happiest day I've ever had.
I don't know if I've posted it before, but people who don't understand the right of way. And I don't mean people cutting me off...I mean people who think they're being nice by yeilding their own right of way. I get it all the time here...waving me out to go first at a four way stop, waiting to turn off of a main road so I can enter it first, waiting to enter a roundabout when I'm still half a block away...sweet lord, the roundabouts.Well said! This bugs the crap out of me too. The entire idea of right-of-way is so that drivers will be able to predict who will do what in a given situation. Those who take it when it isn't theirs are just a touch worse than those that yield it when they shouldn't.
You're not being nice...you're making the road confusing and unsafe for both of us.