Flipping out

In today's news, a woman was sentenced to six months for drink driving. She was driving to a wake in Peterborough, having consumed a good amount of vodka beforehand. Needless to say, she ended up flipping her car over a roundabout. Astoundingly, her child of less than two years escaped unhurt.

Furthermore, this happened on a road we use very frequently. A road where people seem to take such unbelievable risks. The A605 between Warmington and Peterborough is truly wild. Dashcams are a must if you frequent this road, because the behaviour of its drivers is truly astounding. All responsibility seems to go out of the window when people ride this road!


Another local road which sees idiotic driving is the A14 near Kettering. This p*sspot was three and a half times over the limit, and despite managing to achieve a 360 degree spin, still carried on. A court heard that the 43 year old driver was not wearing shoes, while officers saw a smashed pint glass at his feet and a bottle of wine in the passenger seat. He then smashed the windscreen and walked out into the road after being told to stay in his car when he was found by police.


* * *

No comments:

Post a Comment

The small print

This site copyright © Ray Murray. Proudly serving teh internetz since , back in them thar days of Geocities (pre-Yahoo! Geocities too). All rights reserved. Suitable for vegetarians. Other sites and/or blogs are available. Serving suggestion only. Shake before use. Boiling may impair the flavour. May contain nuts. May irritate eyes. For indoor or outdoor use only. For use by trained personnel only. Do not operate at high or excessive speeds. Do not use while sleeping or unconscious. Not for weight control. E&OE (Errors and omissions expected). Remember you are not a salmon.

As well as catering for the new-fangled Retina™ display, this site is compliant with current HTML5 and CSS3 web standards, and is also fully responsive (which is sure to please them SEO bods over at Google). You are therefore advised to use an up-to-date browser. Ye Olde Oake IE6 and Netscape 4.78 just will not cut it anymore. That said, even IE11 may also bring shame and tribulation down on your viewing experience. As for Microsoft Edge™, who knows what that will bring.

Your comments are appreciated, nay, important. Come and dip your toe in - while it is still legal, of course. You need simply click that grey speech bubble button on the right, and leave your pawprint. Go on, I'll buy you some chocolate. And an elephant.

Random thought: