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Bloody women drivers!

You know, some people should just not have cars! Just before I got home I turned into a side road (avoids much traffic and speed bumps, but yo have to drive slow) at about 5 or 10 mph. Silly ethnic bitch slams all on - coming the other way far too fasyt, and screams at me that I have to move back and let her through. Now, when I don't have right of way I'll do this, especially if I have been at fault, but since I wasn't at fault, and by reversing I would have to back into a main road (not really legal!) I don't really want to. It means I'll prob have the back end of my car taken off. She's wond the window down and is yelling at me, so I wind mine down and tell her I have no where to reverce, the main road is behind me - where as she has loads of room. Silly cow refused to move. So we sat there! For ages! I can't even get round her coz she's taken up the whole road in her inability to drive!

In the end I had to reverce - bigging the bigger bestter person I suppose, but at great risk to myself and my feller, not to mention anyone drivingon the main road - And I'm most pissed off about it!

Should have taken her plate number and had her done, but never mind. She keeps driving like that she'll end up dead anyway. HA!

In other news.........

Glenn had the people from the bank in the office today - and I had to be all dressed up smart and business like - suit and everything (not my normal jeans and a shirt effert) and give a presentation on the web site! Completely unprepared, I knew I had to look smart as I am the Internet Sales Manager, but I get a little nervous being put on the spot like that with out any warning. Anyway, it seems I have done the trick, they were very impressed with me and my work and the money we need (well, Glenn needs) is on it's way, with them confident the company will make the money back in no time at all.

Phew!

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