Anything for that almighty dollar!
Mine did the exact same thing! She hated how I ate and even accused me of breathing too loud. She’s 7 years older than I am so she was a teen when I was in elementary school. We also get a long much better now. But it helps that we don’t live in the same state so she can’t complain about my breathing or eating too loud. lol
And to be clear what I meant by “I have yet to come across one where I live” is exactly what I mean. Pretty much every left turn in an intersection in the neighborhoods I frequent here in Miami have a green arrow. ;)
But to answer your question, how would I go about it without an arrow, I may decide to go into the intersection, but again…it depends on some factors. I don’t just willy-nilly go into the intersection like some people do. That’s my personal choice and it’s for safety. If it inconveniences those behind me, that’s not my problem. I’ll go when I feel it’s safe not when someone tells me to.
No thanks. I grew up in Germany, Spain, and the UK. I’ve lived in Nebraska, Kansas, New Jersey, and here in Florida.
I’ve visited The Netherlands, France, Texas, Delaware, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and New York.
Would this also apply to cruise ships which also have jails to keep people in?
Well, at least he’s showing her he can turn his head like the girl from The Exorcist. That should scare her away!
I have yet to come across one where I live.
Not where I live. A break in traffic could mean getting hit by a car going 45mph on their yellow. I’ll wait, thanks.
That’s my point. If it’s just a green light with no arrow I rarely go out into the intersection unless one of those two situations I described is present. Otherwise, I wait behind the crosswalk for the green arrow instead.