Did you ever notice that when a person says “not to be judgmental,” it is followed by a judgmental statement? I’m not sure if the phrase is a warning for the listener or a pre-apology in a non-committal sort of way.
There are some things about my computer that are superfast. Autocorrect is one of them. It corrects before I am done typing the word and the finished word looks nothing like the word in my head. What’s that all about?
There is good news and bad news about vanity plates. (For those unfamiliar, it’s a special made license plate for a car where you pick your own word or sequence of letters.) I go to Starbucks every morning for my coffee. I see the same people there. I usually use the drive-through. I get to look at license plates or car stickers on the cars in front. This past week “SEASIDE” cut me off. I had the right of way so it was no accident. I’ve seen her before. She’s a semi-regular, blonde, 30-something. However she is as a person, my memory is that she’s rude. The take-away is if you advertise who you are, you should obey laws or you will be forever labeled by a single action.
That’s it for today! Do you have a short thought to add?