Originally Posted by Rarity
My grandparents have a few bad ass speaker sets, namely on the computers. *-* And yay, day off!
I still kinda miss Trickster, but not enough for me to come back.
Just saying it now: long post is long.
Haha, such a difference in Kani and my thought processes, Kani thinks about ideals, dreams and big ideas, Inspi thinks of food ^^;. Clearly, Kani's a more advanced being, haha. Heard this quote somewhere, "Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people." Think it's by Eleanor Roosevelt...starting to get hungry now o.o...
Car Collision Tips
Mmm, pizza's good. I like pretty much any kind, though if given a choice, would tend to lean either toward Hawaiian or the one with the most toppings (again, getting hungry
...). It's sad that the most unhealthy foods usually taste the best. Maybe if someone came up with a snack food that was healthy, tasted good and wasn't expensive
(most important), people would gravitate more toward it.
Warning: ONE swear word and block-of-text-y
Well guys, as I've posted here, the car recently got rear-ended so it was like, "O.o...damn (and some other expletives). Right before the bio test." (Oddly, it was more stressful worrying about the biology test than the incident. Everyone's ok, it's just going through the other things now.) However, it was stressful having only a shaky understanding of what to do in this situation. I'd asked about it before but was unsure about exactly what to do and the process of what happens after a collision. Today I did a Google search (hindsight is 20/20) and Consumerreports.org has a pretty good list about what to do, link: What to do After a Car Accident | Consumer Reports
. I find this list to be very direct and to the point, listing all the things you need if you're ever in this situation (hope it doesn't happen to anyone else but you never know). I don't know if the process is different in the USA for you guys but it shouldn't be too different. The main things are to:
1) Stay calm
2) Ensure safety
3) Call 911 if anyone's injured and call the police
4) Write down all the facts (time and date of collision, road conditions, road names/intersection, direction of travel) and the other driver's information (license, insurance, car make/model). Also the information of any witnesses if you can.
5) Take pictures of the scene and damages (would advocate getting a dashboard camera, some people do crazy things on the road). Case in point (or video if you want to get technical):Why You Need A Dash Cam Backing up on a Highway Scam - YouTube
. Also: Woman drives on sidewalk to pass school bus - YouTube
. This one was like...seriously? People do that?
6) Call the insurance company
Think those are the main things, ofc each case will vary slightly but this is more like a general guideline. Check with your police station/insurance company for more detailed information.
Phew, tired after writing the car collision section. Is it too many spoilers? Just didn't want to put in a huge block of text. Also, apologies if there were too many first person references. Hope the tips help though!