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i dont have time to read this !!! i just tripped and fell, as i got up and this page on the screen appeared , as i put my hand on the desk to help myself up! so now i can run off to another appointment , my hands by a miracle of god answered your question( while pouring more coffee) ....now hurry up and get out of my way so i can run into a wall or something ! or try to call 3 people at once :) have a great holiday Dennis
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La Crosse, WI
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Patience is not one of my virtues, so I have to say hurry it up, please. Not patient but polite.
I learned many years ago to just take it easy. I'm in no big hurry to get anywhere.
I think I have slowed down but many still think I have no patience. Should have seen me before I slowed down.
La Crosse, WI
I am always in a hurry and have plenty to do and planning for the next thing.
I try to slow down.... but I'm absolutely a "get out of my way" and I'll do it all....
I was like that 30 years ago. Though, I now am much more mellow.
Let them pass ahead of us, we don't care! A
Dennis Swartz I usually go with the flow of traffic.
I operate in both modes on the freeway. Typically I'm the "on cruise control at 70 MPH in the 3rd lane guy" that leaves you room to pass on either side, car.
But, when I'm in a hurry, your cars only serve to be the pylons in the slalom course, that is the freeway ahead of me. I see many "birds" in my rear-view mirror and laugh at them. "Outta my way sucka!"
I am a slow the world down type, but wasn't always that way. The ones who get one car ahead, are not really getting ahead.
Being from the deep South I am a slow down type.
I've been accused of wanting to be the leader of the parade on more than one occasion.
I'm more the latter. But, when it comes to driving I often have more patience.
I have to say always in a hurry. Life is to short to go slow.
Depends on the situation. If I am busy, and have very little time to accomplish, then Get out of my way. Or if I'm out shopping, everyone should get out of my way. (I hate shopping, therefore, I am grumpy!)
I will stay out of your way, stay out of mine. If I am slowed down by outside forces, I will deal. To a point. Driving, I grew up in SoCal and deserved every ticket I got. Nowadays, I am hyper-courteous and don't feel the need to ego-drive. It's dumb here, anyway. Everyone's armed.
When driving, I'm a slow the world down kind of gal. In life, I'm a little of both depending on the day and circumstances.
I tend to always be on the move- I may be that person but it is not intentional.. lol- I just move quicker than most people even in the car.
Good morning Dennis. How about lead, follow, or just get out of my way.
Good morning Dennis. I'm both. It seems that when there is chaos going on, that is the time I'm the most calm.
I like a comfortable, graceful pace. Not too slow, not too fast.
That really depends on the situation, but usually get out of the way
I'm pretty mellow and easy going. Just don't slow me down!
Get out of my way...I can't drive 55!
Good question Dennis, I thought it was spinning at just the right speed, though lately life seems to be spinning by too quickly.
Depends on the day. Usually I'm a "GTFO of my way" kinda guy.
I'm more of a let's get moving and get out of my way, type, but I have my slow side, too.
It cuts both ways. If it is all one it is incomplete and you will miss something.
It depends upon my mood at the time.
It just all depends on the job at hand. I do feel at times like Mike Rock . that was sooooo funny!
Definitely not "slow the word down"...that would be my brother LOL!
I am more a LIVE WHILE YOU CAN & LIVE AND LET LIVE human being
I am now somewhere in the middle. I'm not afraid to pass if they 'feel' slow to me. I guess I'm now an A- personality.