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by Randy Cassingham

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Yankee Honesty II
A woman in Stratford, Conn., reported that she was run off the road by an elderly man — apparently intentionally. Police caught up with David W. Knight, 77, who allegedly admitted he had, in fact, run the 19-year-old woman over the curb and onto the sidewalk because he was “prejudiced against people who talk on cell phones while driving.” The woman says she had intended to make a call while stopped at a light, but when it turned green she decided not to make her call. The man’s reason for his “prejudice”? “It’s dangerous,” he told officers. They charged him with reckless driving. (Connecticut Post) ...Good thing she had that phone handy to call the police.
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