I've been driving for a while now and it seems the longer I drive the worse other people drive. It's an every day occurrence for me to encounter people who just suck at driving. The don't use turn signals, they drive 10 under the speed limit, they take FOREVER to turn on the rare occasion they do use a turn signal, they pull out in front of me like they're in a hurry and then drive slow as f***, they won't actually "drive" the road they brake at the wrong places, they won't turn right on red, they leave 2 car lengths between their car and the one in front of them at stop lights, they drive 10 under in a 55mph zone but drive 10 over in a 35mph zone like they can only go 45 under any condition and on and on... All of that gets on my nerves and drives me crazy but the 1 thing I absolutely cannot f***ing stand is when I get behind someone on my road (a little curvy, 2 lane country back road) and they'll be driving along at a reasonable pace (45-55mph) and as soon as I get behind them they slow down to 20mph. They stay that slow and some of them will even try to block me from passing. You know when you're trying to get to work and you're on a schedule it's kinda hard to make it on time when you have to drive under half of the speed you normally do. WTF?!?!?!? What does that prove? Why would you purposefully slow someone down? If you want to drive slow, that's fine but don't hold up traffic. Let me pass. Anybody?