Stoplights don't mean stop and yak on your phone or rummage or do whatever, and then flip me off when I have to remind you that green means go!
Those new city of Auburn water meters tick. It's like the "Tell-Tale Heart." Tick . . . tick . . . tick. They weren't noisy before.
The parking lot to a local pizza . . . shop is always so full that you can't back out. Many times I've gotten "double parked" on and can't get out, but where are these mystery drivers? No one's in the shop waiting for food. It's beyond vexing.
People who come to the door, wake me up (I sleep days), then make snide "What, were you out drinking last night?" comments. No, I sleep days! Let me wake you at 2 a.m. and see how chatty you are!
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