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Doesn't understand why everyone is down on Columbia drivers

Joe Hare writes
It has been interesting reading all the comments about the drivers of Columbia. I really don't understand why everyone is so down on the drivers here, and not anywhere else. I know that I am not as well traveled as some of the folks making these comments, but I have been out of the county a time or two, and drivers seem to be pretty much the same anywhere you go., None of us are perfect and we don't drive perfect, so how can we grumble so much about others. If there was a way to prove it I would bet that every person driving has made mistakes and/or broken the law at some point while under the wheel. You know one (1) MPH over the speed limit is breaking the law and has not everyone of us "rolled through a stop sign"? I have, and I feel so have all drivers.

Lets all look for something positive to talk about, as if I remember correctly, this all started with the safety on the Veterans Memorial Highway.

Also if we are so bad in Adair County why do we have so many people move here to retire/live and then tell us how bad we are in so many ways? -JOE HARE

This story was posted on 2013-01-23 09:15:37
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