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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Thoughts

Thought of the day#1:
Did you notice that when you are at a red light and the person in front of you pulls up a couple of inches, you are compelled to move up too? Do we really think we are making progress toward our destination?
I do that no matter how much I try NOT to! So annoying! lol

Thought of the day#2:
Isn't it scary that you can get food delivered to your house much faster than an ambulance can get there!? That's messed up, we really should sort out our priorities! ;P

11 Comments:

  • The ambulance thing is scary - I never thought about it before. Makes me want to brush up on my CPR and first aid stuff.

    By Blogger McArabian, at 14/12/05 6:52 PM  

  • Yeah I drive up too, but only because I hate large open spaces between cars! That's what's causing half the traffic crisis over here! & that's weird about the ambulance thing.. Guess when I get a heart attack I'll just order a pizza instead, might as well die on a full stomach ;)

    By Blogger 7tenths, at 16/12/05 1:27 AM  

  • hehe.. really made me laugh coz i can so relate to the first one.. i do it all the time!

    7tenths: nice one about orderin pizza when u get a heart attack LOL !!!

    By Blogger Dr.Lost, at 16/12/05 1:40 AM  

  • as for your first thought of the day, I taught my self not to.. now the car in front moves 1 inch, I don't, and the car behind me honk at me to move that inch.. hehehe funny..

    By Blogger The Don ®, at 19/12/05 9:39 AM  

  • mcarabian - Eee I know, 3ala golat 7tenth, order a pizza! You might as well die happy with a full stomach :P

    7thenth - Good one! lol

    dr.lost - i had a breakthru today, I didn't move!! Bas that was only for the first light, the ones after that I just HAD to do it! :P

    The Don - LOL! I'm on my way there.. on my way! ;P

    By Blogger dishevelled, at 20/12/05 11:09 PM  

  • thought#1>>>>hmm, i neva do that!! am i weird?

    thought#2>>>>>> LOL

    By Blogger BLaSha, at 21/12/05 1:22 AM  

  • Crazy how that works huh?

    By Blogger Ora Najwa, at 23/12/05 5:04 AM  

  • I think my dad is the only guy who keeps a distance of I km between him and another car argghhh it does annoy me but he most probaly have his reasons.

    By Blogger Òrange Juice™, at 23/12/05 5:21 PM  

  • lol that's so true! (great blog!)

    By Blogger Fedexisms, at 17/2/06 7:33 PM  

  • 1. I think it's annoying too....madri why but it's like maybe the traffic light has sensors and we feel the more our car jiggles the faster it'll turn green?

    2. Sad so sad, the crappier thing is that people will not move their cars away for the ambulance, in fact they almost try to race it....what's up with that?

    By Blogger samboose, at 20/2/06 1:34 PM  

  • Your first thought was interesting, but come to think of it; every body is so stressed over there, I don't know why. I think that the most important thing is to keep a distance while driving to avoid accidents in case of emergency. In France they use a trick to calculate the safety distance:
    Try to say CROCODILE while fixing a spot that the car in front of you passes by, if you finish saying it before getting to the same spot then the distance is enough, if you don't then in case this car have to stop you won't be able to avoid it. It's hard to explain, I'll try to make a video of that and put it on a blog.
    As for you're 2nd thought; I guess you're right, I lost my mother almost 16 months ago, I guess the ambulance didn't get there in time. The doctors didn't know what was wrong with her and they've just let her go back home, she passed away a few days later! I can't believe that they dared saying that she died because her heart has stopped! Who doesn't? I mean; every body's heart ends up stopping when they die, the question is what is the cause of that? I live in France and it's completely different here, when someone dies, the family members can ask for the medical file, I guess we can't do that yet in Kuwait.
    Things must change over there especially mentalities.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/8/06 10:44 AM  

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