September 19, 2016 07:20pm
Are You an iDriver?
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Steve Nelson
I drive a lot for agencies and girls in the Adult Industry. After years of driving I've come to certain conclusions about other drivers. Either they make an occasional mistakes like me — that's easy to forgive, I'm not intolerant — or they are ignorant, inconsiderate, or just plain idiots. Sometimes a combination of all three. The implication is that there's a certain kind of driver that I call an "iDriver." Here are a few examples:
This morning on the way to pick up Veronica Green for her scene, I was cruising along at about 70 on the 118 in the number two lane. I caught up with the person in the fast lane, they were going about 60. I could see there were a few cars behind them trying to get by, and an empty freeway in front of them. This lone ignoramus was blocking people wanting to go faster than they were going.
On the way by I looked over to see if the driver was breathing through their mouth, and with incredulity I saw it was a woman putting on eyeliner! Not only was this imbecile blocking traffic, but one bump and she'd impale her eye! She was an ignorant, inconsiderate, idiot! An iDriver! That's the moment when I decided it would be today that I write this article.
I was driving August Ames shopping a while back in Moorpark, and noticed in the packed mall parking lot a car was parked nearly diagonal taking up two spaces. How inconsiderate! Were they incapable of parking straight? Were they inept at parking? Were they just plain incompetent? For sure they were an iDriver!
Navigating the narrow streets in downtown LA, taking Jean Michaels home in rush hour on a two lane road full of traffic, and the guy in front of me slows and stops with no blinker to make a left into a driveway. No warning. No escape. We then sit behind the idiot with no way around until he makes his turn through traffic. Inconsiderate. An iDriver.
Raven Bay is one of my favorite passengers! I drive her whenever she calls me. This iDriver in Sherman Oaks gets in front of us in the left hand turn lane and sits in the crosswalk when turning left instead of pulling into the intersection so only he can turn when the light changes. Instead of three cars making the light inconsiderate iDrivers will block everyone but themselves.
It's impossible to avoid iDrivers. You will see them on the road EVERY SINGLE TIME YOU DRIVE! Watch out! Happy driving and remember: Keep cool but don't freeze!
Photo by Marco Pallotti