I only cross paths with about 30 vehicles on my way to work each morning, but it seems that 10 percent of them do something to torque my jaws. This morning it was::
- Lurching at me from a stop sign ACTION TAKEN: Made my HIDEOUS face at him.
- Taking off from a red light three seconds before it turned green. ACTION TAKEN: Extreme frowny face.
- Oncoming SUV serving onto MY side of the road, just because of some metal plates. ACTION TAKEN: I served right back!
Yes, yes, I know that's not 10 percent! My math, it stinks! On the subject, according to my imprecise calculations, a body (a ballerina, in fact) falling 30 (or so) feet will hit the ground at around (roughly) 120 miles per hour. Did I do that correctly?