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Afraid of the Canyons? STAY OUT!

Hello Los Angeles folks. Don't you hate it when you are trying to get from the Valley to Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, West L.A., or anywhere "over the hill"~to be fair, in either direction, and some complete git pulls up in front of you on Coldwater Canyon (Beverly), Mulholland Drive, or Laurel (Crescent Hts) and goes about 10 mph??

I have to just scream about it for a second... are you ready?


So to those people that do that lemme say these words.


The freeways move nice and slow, so you should fit in perfectly. Most days during rush hour the freeways hardly move.

The thing is, I am not one to get road rage of any kind. If I make a bone head move like get onto the 101, the 5, the 405, the 134, or the 10 between the hours of 7-10 am or 4-7 pm, then I am prepared to sit and sit I shall. I turn up the radio, return phone calls (ON MY HANDS FREE), or whatever, just enjoy the ride. I don't get upset when I get cut off, I don't mind when someone makes a left turn too late on a red light. Usually, I am pretty laid back when behind the wheel.

But the one thing, the one thing that gets under my skin and drives me absolutely crazy is when people choose to drive on the canyons (and Mulholland) and go about 5-10 mph under the speed limit, slam on their breaks at every turn! For the record, I never go over the speed limit either. The Mario Andrettis of the world are another topic.

So I am begging everyone out there in L.A. to please don't drive on Mulholland or the canyons if you are afraid! Stay out, save yourself and people like me.

This is me, JUST SAYIN', stay out of the canyons!


  1. That's why you need a slanted grill on the front of your car that is similar to the cow catchers that were on old steam locomotives. Then if they don't speed up, you go all "Death Race 2000" on them.


    Kind of.

    No, I'm kidding.


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