To the white-van driver who decided to tailgate me so close I couldn't even see your headlights in my rearview mirror and thus had headlights shining into my side mirrors so I couldn't see if it was safe for me to switch lanes to let you pass and then decided to flash their lights at me as I gently slowed down, from the 70mph I was doing, because you were creating a dangerous situation, undertake me and then flash their hazards at me when you got in front:
Please wrap yourself (and only yourself) around a tree before you hurt someone else.
+1 glad you are safe.
I've had people driving on other side of road, come into my lane comming head at me, SEVERAL TIMES.
That was really bad, specially the one time that happened to me on a bidge! No way I could avoid them.
I love how cops put dozens, if not hundreds of lives in danger during chases, just putting that out there.
I had a 4wheel driver come blaring out of a crested T intersection where i had right of way, while the roads were wet.
Luckily i was paying attention to the road and swerved into the oncoming lane to avoid an accident and luckily said lane was empty.
It was just out of school zone time. Would of been good if it was a family coming up the road having an argument. That'd be at least one count of manslaughter/reckless driving occasioning death thanks mate and one less dickhead in my home town.
GOG letting sale of Jack Keane 2 clog up the promo sale for hours. LOL
and now Eador... i went out and mde myself lunch ... came back... still going.
So, after a month of working in the preparation area of a thrift store, I've concluded that the senior co-worker at the table I work at is a jerk. His only way of voicing negative criticism is to chew me out about it, something that leaves me in a poor mood for the rest of the day and negatively impacts my productivity. Aside from taking the job very seriously, he is often cranky from joint pains, and today he decided to cancel his sick leave and show up at work before lunch, putting him in an even worse mood. The guy is more than twice my age, and, as he's a bit of a workaholic and works full time, is unofficially in charge at the table. He's got little patience for mistakes, and often expects me to know exactly how he wants me to do something.
How do you guys deal with co-workers that have essentially no leadership skills?
Plant drugs on them. slip minute amounts into their stuff daily so they fail drug screenings. pay a hooker to make up a faux harassment claim, and i suppose you could write it out as a formal complaint to that persons superior as it's managements job to make sure all the worker bees can be productive and feel like coming back day after day. After all if you didn't they'd have to suddenly find replacements and go into costly measures to recruit someone new.
Just explain the situation in a calm manner remembering the core rule that the problem is the problem, not the person (even if it is the person and they should go die in a house fire).