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Old 08-26-2019, 02:15 PM
Location: NYC
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I find NJ towns are often Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. People drive like Mad Max in the early morning then after 10am they become Mr Hyde.

I was crossing the street to the train station and this car ran around another car into the parking lane just to get in front of another car while I was standing in the parking lane. Forced me to rush back. This wasn't the first time, usually afternoons I can easily blindly walk across the street and people would stop but not in the morning.
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Old 08-26-2019, 07:39 PM
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Yeah, that's about right. Mad Max and Mr. Hyde, no Dr. Jekyll phase at all.

The train might be late (heck, it's NJ Transit, it might not come at all). But it waits for no man, so don't get between a commuter and his parking spot.
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:57 AM
Location: Coastal New Jersey
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Besides, Mr. Hyde was the crazy/evil one. You can't mix fictional characters like that. I think there's a law.

LOL, I parked one morning in Little Silver and was almost to the parking lot pay station when this kid, maybe 18 - 20, RAN past me to beat me to the machine. It was so rude but he was so clueless as to what he had just done that I laughed out loud.
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