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    HOW TO IDENTIFY WHERE A DRIVER IS FROM:

    One hand on wheel, one hand on horn:
    CHICAGO

    One hand on wheel, middle finger out window:
    NEW YORK

    One hand on wheel, middle finger out window,
    cutting across all lanes of traffic:
    NEW JERSEY

    One hand on wheel, one hand on newspaper,
    foot solidly on accelerator:
    BOSTON

    One hand on wheel, one hand on nonfat
    double decaf cappuccino,
    cradling cell phone, brick on accelerator,
    gun in lap:
    LOS ANGELES

    Both hands on wheel, eyes shut,
    both feet on brake, quivering in terror:
    OHIO,
    but driving in CALIFORNIA

    Both hands in air, gesturing,
    both feet on accelerator,
    head turned to talk to someone in back seat:
    ITALY

    One hand on 12oz. double shot latte,
    one knee on wheel, cradling cell phone,
    foot on brake, mind on radio game,
    banging head on steering
    wheel while stuck in traffic:
    SEATTLE

    One hand on wheel, one hand on hunting rifle,
    alternating between both feet being
    on the accelerator and both feet on brake,
    throwing McDonald's bag out the window:
    TEXAS

    Four-wheel drive pickup truck,
    shotgun mounted in rear window,
    beer cans on floor,
    squirrel tails attached to antenna:
    OKLAHOMA

    Two hands gripping wheel,
    blue hair barely visible above windshield,
    driving 35 on the Interstate in the left lane
    with the left blinker on:
    FLORIDA

    One hand on the wheel, the other on his sister:
    ARKANSAS

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    Default Re: Where Drivers are From!

    I expirenced most of these drivers just in the state of Oklahoma 2 days ago!

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    the Florida and Italy ones are the best. I can picture both of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Ground
    I expirenced most of these drivers just in the state of Oklahoma 2 days ago!

    Okiehoma...driving through country...

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    One hand on wheel, one hand on horn:
    CHICAGO

    thats basically true..some fingers are thrown..
    FOF

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad_fan
    Okiehoma...driving through country...
    Driving thru Kansas can be worse than Oklahoma. You can go for miles and miles in Kansas and not even see a billboard ad, especially in the black hills area of Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Ground
    Driving thru Kansas can be worse than Oklahoma. You can go for miles and miles in Kansas and not even see a billboard ad, especially in the black hills area of Kansas.

    But I'd stop in Kansas.

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    i like florida

    some people just dont realize the left lane is the fast lane

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    I like the Italy one the best...especially the gesturing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Ground
    Driving thru Kansas can be worse than Oklahoma. You can go for miles and miles in Kansas and not even see a billboard ad, especially in the black hills area of Kansas.
    The Black Hills are in South Dakota. That is unless George, TJ, Abe, and Teddy moved south for the winter!

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    Arkansas was pretty cool.

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    This is an interesting thread and also funny one too.

    By the way, I am so sick of East Texan Drivers because they drive freaking slow for no reason! In Tyler, some drive fast and some drive slow but once you go out of city limit, they drive slow for no reason. I can tell you this and this is so real, if East Texans were driving in Houston, they would have been freaked out!! some can get freaked out in Dallas since Dallas is alright in speed everytime I go their. I know that East Texan is developing in driving since Tyler is getting a real big city with more and more traffics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Raiders
    This is an interesting thread and also funny one too.

    By the way, I am so sick of East Texan Drivers because they drive freaking slow for no reason! In Tyler, some drive fast and some drive slow but once you go out of city limit, they drive slow for no reason. I can tell you this and this is so real, if East Texans were driving in Houston, they would have been freaked out!! some can get freaked out in Dallas since Dallas is alright in speed everytime I go their. I know that East Texan is developing in driving since Tyler is getting a real big city with more and more traffics.
    Old people drive slow. The one's that drive slow around there don't go to big cities for the reason you just gave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonny23
    Arkansas was pretty cool.
    At work, if someone does something slow, we tell them, "Your slower than a train ride thru Arkansas."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Ground
    At work, if someone does something slow, we tell them, "Your slower than a train ride thru Arkansas."
    Have any of you guys ever heard of the Crossett lights? Supposedly, a kid got run over by a train in Crossett, Arkansas a long time ago. They say the conductor flashes his light on the old railroad location that's no longer there. There is a clearing of trees, but no tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonny23
    The Black Hills are in South Dakota. That is unless George, TJ, Abe, and Teddy moved south for the winter!
    Are you talking about Mt. Rushmore? Isn't that in Montana?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Ground
    Are you talking about Mt. Rushmore? Isn't that in Montana?
    No, Death Valley is in Montana!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonny23
    No, Death Valley is in Montana!
    I thought Death Valley was in California!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Ground
    I thought Death Valley was in California!
    OK, I'm messing around. The Black Hills with Mt. Rushmore are in South Dakota. Death Valley is in California.

    It all started because somebody said something about Black Hills in Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonny23
    OK, I'm messing around. The Black Hills with Mt. Rushmore are in South Dakota. Death Valley is in California.

    It all started because somebody said something about Black Hills in Kansas.
    I thought you were messin with me! I mentioned the Black Hills of Kansas. I'm not sure if they are called that, but there is a section in SE Kansas that borders Okla., that looks like the black hills, and there is nothing there but black, baron hills, and that is all you see for miles and miles as you drive thru it. And, if you need to use the toilet, you might as well pull over because you won't see a gas station or a rest stop for quite awhile.
    Last edited by Sacred Ground; 12-31-2005 at 07:11 PM.

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