Alright, now I have to do a call-back. I wrote a blog awhile ago about windshield wiper weirdos. If you didn't catch it here's the link: BLOG LINK. I have to add an addendum now after riding in a car with Tyler. On the way to & fro it rained off & on which means the driver (Tyler) had to use his wipers. Well, during the times it was merely a drizzle he had his wipers on full throttle. Squeak squeak, swoosh swoosh! His dry windshield was getting rubbed by rubber blades eager to do some serious water wiping, but sadly THERE WAS NO WATER! Haha, it took a few jokes from the passengers to get the wipers flicked into intermittent mode. Since then, I've noticed dozens of other people doing the same thing: their wipers will be on at full blast when their windshield is damn near dry. People are indeed interesting creatures, blog worthy even. I wonder if this excessive windshield wiper disorder rolls over into other aspects of their lives? For example: I picture Tyler brushing his teeth for so long the bristles begin falling out of the brush, or stirring the cream/sugar into his coffee for so long the cup cracks, or masturbating long after the porn has stopped and him awkwardly "finishing" during the scene where Bambi's mother gets shot by a hunter. "We made it... we made it, mother! We... mother? MOTHER WHERE ARE YOU??" Haha, mother can't be with you anymore, Tyler, you windshield wiper weirdo.
It snowed here in Salem, Oregon, and I still had to drive through neighborhoods dumping garbage cans. Yes, just because the weather sucks doesn't mean I get to stay home. During my round-abouts I discovered a wonderful reason why leaving your windshield wipers in the ON position is not a great idea: