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ShootingArts

Smorg is giving St Peter the 7!
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Which one? Baptizing the cat or trying to calm down an angry louisiana woman?

Jaden

Tried baptizing a cat or two when I was a kid. It was a few years after that when I told an angry Louisiana lady to calm down.. The scars from the cats were more widespread, damned things went up my arms, chest, and over my head with their feet moving about ten times faster than they were. Think cartoon feet blurring!

My mechanic working for me and I went and shot a few games of pool one evening. I did start to call my wife. This was before cell phones were common and when I picked up the receiver on the pay phone I instantly said NO! The smell would make a buzzard puke, no way I was putting that thing to my ear or mouth or anywhere close. Next day my mechanic said, "Wow, Sherry hit the ceiling last night when I got home!" I said, "Yeah, Linda is a lousy shot too."

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That's why they standardized lights so the "go" was on the bottom and the "stop" was on top.
Back in the mid-1980's IMSA ran a sports car race in downtown Miami. There was a stop/go light at pit exit to keep cars exiting the pits slowly from running into cars on the main straight at full chat. But there was this one racer who kept violating the signal, going on red.

When he was confronted by the race stewards, it came to light (pun intended) that someone mounted the stop/go light upside down, such that green was on the top and red on the bottom. Yup, you guessed it, the racer was color blind. (No, I don't remember his name.)
 

ShootingArts

Smorg is giving St Peter the 7!
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Back in the mid-1980's IMSA ran a sports car race in downtown Miami. There was a stop/go light at pit exit to keep cars exiting the pits slowly from running into cars on the main straight at full chat. But there was this one racer who kept violating the signal, going on red.

When he was confronted by the race stewards, it came to light (pun intended) that someone mounted the stop/go light upside down, such that green was on the top and red on the bottom. Yup, you guessed it, the racer was color blind. (No, I don't remember his name.)


Craziest redlight I ever saw was where a road Teed into the main road on the side of a pretty steep hill. Things were pretty conventional until I noticed the sign, traffic had to yield to trucks coming down the hill even if you had the green light! I suspect the trucks couldn't stop when loaded so traffic control put up that weird sign.

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