Thursday, December 18, 2014

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Somewhere over the rainbow...

This happened in Hawaii, the rainbow state. Not my video.

I've been this mad before but I have never ran someone down and then cussed them out, or have I ever gotten out of my car. What I find truly scary about this video is the part where this "lady" gets out of her car, at which point you can hear here young child pleading with her not to. She ended up going to jail over this incident.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Say it with me: Red light means stop!

Just more people running red lights. To be honest I'm kind of surprised to see so much of this lately, because I usually don't see many people running red lights at all. The reason I'm such a stickler for people running red lights is because I was in a near accident when I was 20-22 years old. A women had run a red light, and I was in a turn lane to turn. Luckily I saw her but another car right next to me didn't and it got tee-boned. Luckily injuries were minor, but I think that was only by luck because the lady that ran the red light narrowly missed hitting the driver side door of the other car, hitting the engine instead. If she had hit the door, the lady in the other car would have had much more severe injuries.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Somewhere to be

Long story short, I stopped at a stoplight and a guy swung around me and blatantly ran a red light. This light isn't the best light. For a busy intersection is doesn't last near long enough and as a result traffic backs up, but to risk life and limb just so you can get home quicker doesn't seem like a wise decision to me, and therefore I stopped and this individual ran the red light.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

I'm Not Surprised

So I had another near miss with some dumb brawd that decided that she was going to bully her way in between me and the car in front of me. This happened last night at around 5:40 on 52nd just west of Wadsworth. Needless to say that I called the cops and as usual they gave me the usual spiel about calling right when the incident happens. They didn't seem to care that I had two other witnesses in the car with me to corroborate my story. This was an older Toyota Corolla or Camry, navy blue or dark green. I have a licence plate number but unfortunately my handy cam wasn't running at the time. I won't be making that mistake again, however, as with the number of incompetent drivers in this town I think I'm going to have to have that thing running whenever I'm in the car.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

It isn't that hard

It isn't that hard to use a blinker. And when you are a truck turning into a construction site that's located on a highway where the turn-off is anything other than usual, it might be a good idea to use a blinker. Most of the times I could care less if people use a blinker or not; and this isn't a video I would usually post, but I think in this instance it isn't to much to ask.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

If I've said it once, I've said it a million times

"Wherever you are going is none more important that where I am going." You want to get home after work and see your family. I want to get home after work and see my family. You want to drive to the mountains for a relaxing drive. I want to drive to the mountains for a relaxing drive. And so on. Having said that, why is the guy in this video creating lanes as he goes while driving down Kipling creating a potentially dangerous driving situation? Whatever the reason for his rush, I got it on video.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Video Camera = Protection

Unfortunately, in today's world you are guilty until proven innocent in the eyes of the police while driving. I am no fan of the police, they are never on the road when you need them, and their only purpose, it would seem, is to leach off of motorists when they are in need of money. Maybe my opinion comes from the first time I was pulled over while driving near Estes Park. I had a cop pull me over and lie to my face, telling me I was speeding and increasing speed on top of that. Unfortunately for her, I noticed her right away as she clear the crest of the opposite hill and immediately applied my brakes. No sooner had she handed me my ticket that she jumped in her car and pulled over another truck. It didn't take a genius to know that there was no way she could have gotten this other truck on radar and was out that day simply to write tickets for anybody and everybody she came across. I'm only telling this story because I saw on the news today how a truck driver in Illinois caught a police officer not only on camera but in a lie and got a confession out of him for speeding and wreckless driving. This is one of the many reason why I drive with a dash cam - to protect myself not only from other motorists but the police that are out patrolling and who are corrupt. It is unfortunate, but they are out there, I have seen them and have even had the dis-pleasure of meeting a few. It has for a long time been a dream of mine to get pulled over only to be told I was speeding, even though I know better. In my dream I inform the police officer that I drive with a dash cam that includes not only the view out my front window but also my speedometer. I'm not afraid of going to court with my evidence and video. Do you think he/she would be afraid?

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Cut Off...Again, Again

If I had a dollar for every time some jackwagon in this town cut me off while driving, I wouldn't need to work. Well, here is a another one.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Surrounded by Morons

On a typical day driving in Denver I see at least one person doing something extremely stupid while behind the wheel. On other days more. But on some day there are a plethora of people on the road doing stupid human tricks. Monday, June 30, 2014 was one of those days. This video speaks for itself.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Road Hazards

Watching this video I understand that there was a road hazard ahead, but that reason for this person wanting to change lanes and almost causing a significant accident is no excuse. I should also point out here that if you pull what this person pulled, and lets say the person behind me would have rear-ended me as a result, the person in front of me can be held responsible. Just because your car doesn't make physical contact with another car in an accident doesn't mean you aren't responsible, and with a video camera rolling and proof of what transpired, I could have easily proved my case. Luckily here nothing like that happened. It is my opinion that people who drive the way this person was driving should have their licenses revoked forever, but that's just my opinion. As you can see the actions of the person driving this car cause me to slam on my brakes, making slow down from 67 mph to 25 mph. Typical day driving on the road of Denver!

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Lesson Learned

On Friday June 20, 2014 around 6:30 PM the truck in the included picture passed the car I was driving in with my mother, girlfriend and three dogs. We were driving down Coal Creek Canyon Road at a speed of 55 mph. Despite me and my girlfriend driving on the road several days before and seeing many police patrolling the area, the individual in the pictured truck decided to pass us at a high rate of speed. It was a double yellow which immediately made my mother, the driver, slow down and take notice. Within moments the truck violently veered into our lane, almost rear ending the truck in front of us, as he desperately attempted to avoid on coming traffic. Happy that no one was hurt, me and my mother looked at each other and said something to the effect that "hopefully he learned his lesson," referring to the man driving the Chevy. Unfortunately he didn't. No sooner had we thought that than the truck move over into the the left lane once more and proceeded to pass the truck in front of him. And just as before, the truck pictured above switched lanes back into the right lane, narrowly missing on coming traffic and the truck he was attempting to get around.

And what did all that get this driver? Nothing. No sooner had we reached the light at highway 93 did we notice who was in front of us. I got out of my car and snapped this picture and then got back in as the light turned green. As we followed the truck north we called highway patrol. Unfortunately there were no cars in the area, but I did learn one very valuable lesson. Since I had the licence plate number, I was able to give the highway patrol all the info they needed to make a report. If five reports are received a ticket is issued. My point here is, don't be afraid to call the cops and report dangerous drivers. My story is a prime example of why. How the driver of that beat-up Chevy managed to avoid an accident is beyond me, but maybe, just maybe, if enough people call in when he drives like that and reports him, he'll think twice about his reckless driving in the future.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Yeah, I Don't Care!

Just a couple of video that I have neglected to post recently. WARNING*** F-Bombs being dropped like it was the invasion of Normandy.
And here is another. All I can say about people like this is, hey man, I want to get home to, so get back in line and stop rushing to the end of the merge lanes just to get a few cars ahead.

Monday, April 7, 2014


If you look closely at this video you can see this person driving erratically before even exiting the freeway. Also posted here is a picture of a sign that CLEARLY says no turning left at the "SIGNALIZED" [sic] intersection. When they do finally move their asses, they do so in such a way that almost causes a serious collision on the road.

This person is nothing more than your typical Denver driver only they're from Iowa, and is a hazard on the streets. Obviously they can't read street signs, and their driving skills are highly in question. What amuses me about this whole sequence of events is the fact that the drivers passenger flipped me off when I drove by. Sorry buddy, I wasn't the one driving the car you were in, that person is 100% at fault here.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Instant Karma

It's been kind of slow around here, which I'm happy for. However, I have noticed a number of tailgaters lately, who I have not been able to catch on camera. I did find this on youtube, enjoy. From what I understand about this video the guy driving the truck fled the scene and was later arrested and charged with multiple crimes. Instant Karma doesn't happen often, but it does happen.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Cut Off...Again

Just another video of being cut-off while driving. The funny thing is that I have been taking a different way to work in the mornings lately and have been having a pretty pleasant drive. Today, however, I decided to give 6th avenue a try just to see if the drive got any better since the time change on Saturday...I think I'll go back to taking that other way to work.

Thank You!

"I must share this: 

That the first 5 months that I lived in CO, every month I was run off the highway because of a bad driver. I have been here for 10 months. It has gotten worse, thankful no accidents have I been a part of. Even once a driver that had two flat tires, trying to merge onto the highway, straight into my lane(the middle lane) without a signal light on, and when I honked to let him know he was coming into my lane, he had the nerve to flip me off as I drove by. He was also going about 20-25mi, onto the damn highway. Seriously?

I consider myself a damn good cautious driver. And ppl in CO are definitely horrible drivers, by far. I hear though some claim its the Californians. All I know is a dash cam is a damn great idea. Way to go Longhorn. Its ridiculous and even more so when the drivers get upset with you because they clearly cannot drive.

Another example, was following behind a friend to head to grab a bite to eat. Not only had we just held a conversation as we were shopping, about how much I cannot stand driving in this city/state. That she switched lanes from the far left to the far right, knowing I'm behind her, and she did it first then turned on her signal light. When we arrived at the eatery, as soon as she got out the car she started laughing. She already knew what I was going to say. Then she blamed it on the Californians. I said I dont care who it is really, all I know is it has been clearly happening for a long while and before I arrived. Drivers piss me off here. And I AM NOT AFRAID to say it. Actually cycling should be the top mode of transportation here. Accidents would be less serious. All this week on my way to work I have seen at least two accidents. Whole blocks closed off. That's fuckin' ridiculous!! If you didnt get that prior."
I did want to take a moment and send out my sincere thanks to the people who defended me and my videos. To everybody else, I think I need to point out that I hold no grudges to the people I encounter on the road and how they treat others when they drive. I don't even do this to shame them. I do this because I can do, it's therapy. So having said that, I make no excuses for my opinions or the things I post. The obvious fact is that we all make mistakes, even I make them, and even I make them when out driving. But one thing I don't do is put people in obvious danger while driving. Driving is a privilege, not a right! However, more often then not, people in the Denver area drive like the roads were built ONLY for them and everybody else needs to just get out of the way. If you are one of those people, you may very likely find a video of yourself driving posted here one day, and if that happens you only have yourself to blame.

And lastly, I would like to say that, believe it or not, their are good drivers driving in the Denver area. Many may disagree, but in my opinion I am one of them. Not only that, it is also my opinion that I am a very good driver, and if I could pat myself on the back here for a moment, I would go as far as to say that I am among the best of the best. But again, like I hinted at above, I have made mistakes. The only physical accident I have ever been in was my fault, and I admitted to it when it happened. As a result, I slowed down and made sure I was always aware of my surroundings, because what I realized is that I got off easy. It was a minor fender-bender and nobody was hurt, but that could have easily not been the case. Somebody could have gotten hurt, or worse. The bottom line is that a car is not a toy. People die in car accidents everyday, and still many people go on driving like they simply don't care. Well, they may not care, but I do, and so should you.

-The Longhorn

Friday, March 7, 2014

Oh, wait, one more

"Out of curiosity I checked out Longhorn's blog.

Here is what I observed in the video evidence you presented.

Longhorn was exceeding the speed limit during the entire video and was at times going nearly 75 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone.

You were also aggressively following the vehicle in front of you too closely. Did you feel it was ok to sacrifice safe driving in order to capture your precious video?

Remember Longhorn the rule of thumb is to allow one car length for every ten miles per hour.

And finally, if you did call the police and present them with your video evidence. Would they not be obligated to give you a traffic citation for speeding and following too closely? Perhaps even aggressive / reckless driving?

The video evidence proves that your driving habits are not as impeccable as you suppose.

Hypocrites are among the most amusing of people to observe.

It is true that hypocrites are among the most amusing people. Take the asshat that made the above posting. As you can see from the above snapshot from the video I posted, the miles per hour on 6th is 65 mph, not 55mph like the above person claimed. Second, watch the video, at no point did I ever exceed 70-71 mph, so, again, this persons claim that I was speeding, excessively, down the highway at 75 mph is simply a lie. Lastly, I was driving down the highway minding my own business when this all happened, so to say I was driving aggressively is about what I expect from the incompetence I find in many people driving in this town.
What I think people really object to is the fact that I had the balls to call the cops on the dangerous driver of the SUV. It is shocking to me that people would say this is my fault when the video evidence I presented here clearly shows otherwise.
One ting I love is taking the insane argument of a moron and pocking holes in it, like I did here. ROFL!
-The Longhorn

More Dumber

Let's just go straight to the responses:

"I watched your video clip several times, you complained about the SUV that sped by you yet when it signal to change into your lane you sped up to 70mph. You continued to follow it going faster than the posted speed limit. You are not a good Denver driver."

"I also watched your blog lip several times you are supposed to allow drivers to lane change without speeding up(70mph) to block them from doing just that. Yet you decided to follow them; too bad I couldn't see info about you I would be turning you in to the state patrol."
This hypocritical response is especially amusing. I admit, I wanted to get closer to get a license plate number, but the person sped away at such a high rate of speed that I dared not try and keep up. And I'm not sure how you could say I followed them since 6th avenue was the way I take to go home? And what exactly would you tell the state patrol? I'm very curious about this, especially since I did nothing wrong and I was the one that called the police in the first place. The whole thesis of your argument is simply laughable and pathetic.

"You're just an asshole. I didn't spend a lot of time on your stupid blog or whatever the hell you call it, but I did watch the short one with the bicyclist. He wasn't doing anything wrong! He was just riding. It's NOT YOUR FUCKING ROAD! You drive around chasing people and calling 911 in the name of being a law abiding citizen, but then when it doesn't suit your purposes, you get all bent about that too. And just for your information, it's illegal to ride a bicycle on the sidewalk. Seriously, could you be any fucking dumber??"

"Your a fucking moron. The bicycle didn't do anything wrong, he even signaled as his lane ended. In the suv video you were tailgating. The law is one car length for every 10mph. You should have been 60' back, allowing people to change lanes safely. It looks like you are a passive aggressive driver and a danger to everyone around you. Your too stupid to drive a car."

It amazes me that there could be so many dumb people that would fabricate something in the face of clear, undisputable evidence, such as a video. And going back and looking at my video, it's clear to me that I never sped up as the vehicle in front of me changed lanes and almost ran me off the road, unless you say increasing speed by one mile per hour as speeding up? Also, it's the person switching lanes' responsibility to make sure there is nobody in the lane they are trying to move into. It just goes to show that many Denver drivers are just as incompetent in their thinking as they are in their driving.
Also, the bicyclist video. Many seemed to dumb to even read what I said in plain English in my posting. What I said is that I feel it's time that the laws be changed in order to not allow bicyclists on the road, unless there is no sidewalk, where they can become a hazard, and where they had been hazards previously. Sorry I had an opinion, since this post more than any other pissed people off. However, I think people are confusing me for someone that gives a shit what their opinion is, which I don't.
And I never said I thought the road was my road. In fact, that's one thing I rail against in this blog and how  many Denver drivers have a very selfish view when driving.
I would love to drive around in my car with no video camera, but the incompetence level in this town has become so much that I feel I have to for my own protection.
And finally, to all my haters on Craigslist, I would have responded earlier, but I have a job, a family and responsibilities, and don't have the luxury of sitting in my moms basement all day trolling the internet.

-The Longhorn


So, first off, I must say that I'm beginning to love - LOVE! - craigslist and posting there. The responses I get back are, well, funny as hell. Take for example the following reply posted in the Rants and Raves section of Denver's craigslist on March 7, 2014:
"So....this guy who posts this stuff is an idiot! I watched the video he posted on his blog, and he is just stupid. The car he was filming, that was so dangerous and out of control, did nothing wrong, except speed. It is not illegal to change lanes, drivers are not bound to stay in one lane for the duration of their trip. The driver of the SUV consistently used turned signals, and the only person they were even somewhat close to colliding with was you, because you sped up to close the gap when that driver wanted to change lanes into your lane, when they again, used the turn signal. I mean, the one thing he did was speed, but so did you! You'll most likely justify it by saying, "well I needed to film this menace on the road", but it's not your job, nor is it ok for you to speed.

Furthermore, I looked at another one of his posts about bikers in the road. He states that they should use the sidewalk. It is illegal to ride your bike on the sidewalk, bikers are supposed to use the road.

This guy is an idiot. I wish there were devices that could show idiots how idiotic they are.

So, in this "geniuses" world - I can't even write that without laughing - someone who changes lanes, but does so in such a way that they almost run someone else off the road, well, that's okay. God, I would hate to be driving on the road at the same time as this asshat. He would be running everyone off the road! This guy was so out there he even made the claim that "The car he was filming, that was so dangerous and out of control, did nothing wrong, except speed." All I can say to that is wow! Really? Apparently you didn't watch the entire video, either that or it's time for new eyeglasses. Also, this persons claim that "you sped up to close the gap when that driver wanted to change lanes into your lane" is so pathetic of a claim that even if I did point out the irony of this persons claim, I'm not sure they would even have the brain power to comprehend what I'm saying, but I'll try anyway, and this relates to a couple of video I have posted. It's not my responsibility to make sure that the person in front of me is changing lanes in a safe manner, it's theirs. I'm not behind the wheel of their car, I'm behind the wheel of mine. And as for me speeding up to close the gap, maybe I was about to change lanes myself and was speeding up to get into the right lane? Whatever the reason, all I can say is that I did NOTHING wrong, so please think before you make illogical comments like that. There are so many other things I could say to other comments in this reply, but there simply isn't enough time in a day to do so, and plus, you can't fix stupid, so... And lastly, this person concluded their commentary by saying "[t]his guy is an idiot." Gee, what do I say to that? I guess one thing I can say is right back at ya.

-The Longhorn

Thursday, March 6, 2014

DING! DING! We Have A Winner!

Since starting this blog I've called the cops twice. Today makes three times. I don't really know what the person in this Ford SUV was doing, but I suspect she might have been chasing the Ford Mustang that sped by just moments before. Later the women driving this SUV weaved in and out of traffic and sped down the highway at high speeds. I wanted to call the cops when it first happened, but hesitated because the person had no license plate, just a temp tag. Then I thought about it and realized that it did seem this person might have been chasing this other car and the police should be notified, and to be honest, I was pretty pissed off that this lady almost ran into me.

Email Time

Okay, so I know I said I had a zero tolerance when it came to comments and emails, but every once in a while something so stupid is said that, well, I have to respond. This weeks Special Needs Response comes from David S who said:
"I'd be surprised if your IQ exceeds the speed limit. You don't understand what a continuous lane is, or know that they exist...I saw you stopped at one.  Moron."

Well, first off, David, I'm surprised you even have the brain cells to operate a computer and email me this comment, but you did, so your mommy must be so proud, now go upstairs, mommy is calling you for dinner. And yes, I do understand what a continuous lane is as you can see in the VIDEO. And I think when you wrote that last sentence the meds were wearing off because it makes absolutely no sense.

But thanks for writing in David, I love hearing from my fans, even if they are mentally handicapped. So stay tuned for more insane driving videos, I have one in the hopper that is beyond belief, who knows maybe it was David who was driving, I wouldn't be surprised.

-The Longhorn

Time For Honesty

I've seen the dumper stickers: "Share the road." I laugh every time I read that b.s. In the video above, as I passed the bicyclist I yelled "use the sidewalk!" I don't care if that pisses off bicyclists. How about instead of "share the road," it should be "follow the laws of the road." Just this morning I saw a bicyclist riding on Speer just before University, even though there is a bicyclist sidewalk specifically for bicyclists there. When traffic stopped at the light I notice that this didn't stop him from proceeding down the road in-between cars. The simple fact is that bicyclists riding on the road with cars are hazards. They never follow the rules, riding through stop signs and in-and-out of traffic. They ride on the road and slow down traffic and are, well, to be honest, a nuisance. It's time laws are passed making it illegal for bicyclists to be on the road, especially if there are sidewalks there they can use.
That's my two cents.

What Have I Always Said?

"Where ever you have to go is none more important than where I have to go."
I took this video on March 5, 2014 on I-25 as I entered onto the highway from Alameda. I had already merged onto the highway when I noticed a car in the merge lane behind me not making any attempt to merge. Instead, she went to the end of the lane and tried to bully her way in. Her plan would have worked IF I wasn't there. I am perfectly happy to let people merge if they make an attempt to merge before the end of the lane. The lady driving this car, however, had made it clear she was going to the end of the lane to butt her way ahead of all the other people who had already merged and were now patiently waiting for traffic to move.
The best part about this video is that this day at work was rough, everything seemed to be coming apart around me, and it's my job to fix it, so when I met this person on the highway, denying her her chance of butting in line was just what I needed to perk me up.

Monday, February 24, 2014


Many people ask why I have a camera mounted in my car. Part of the answer to that question is because if I were to witness an encounter like this, I would, possibly, have the person's license plate number on film, in which case I would gladly notify the police. Another answer to that question is for my own safety. If someone were to run into me and then try and blame me for causing the accident, I would, again, have everything on film.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

CDOT Incompetence?

I included this video here because, well, frankly I'm pissed. Now CDOT has been making it a point, it would seem, to piss people off while at the same time just doing a shitty job at just about everything they do, and the construction on 6th avenue lately is a perfect example of this.
Everything needs fixing and improving however, the construction on 6th avenue could have been done, well, with a little more thought. Why close down that huge swath of highway? Why not break the project into first taking down the bridge and/or repairing them, then moving onto whatever they are doing further down the road closer to I-25? It would be much less of a cluster fuck, let me tell you. Further more, the road is now a 4-wheel road, full of potholes and bumps, so driving home in my little Honda is a trip, to say the least.
So CDOT, in my opinion, you fucked it up yet again! Good job! Oh, and by the way, I'm no engineer and have no experience in construction, but I could have planned that project better, so if you need some advice let me know, I have five minutes I could put forth, that's about all it would take to do at least a better planning job then the effort thus far shown.
With all that is going on with highway 36, the construction on 6th avenue is making me think that maybe CDOT is turning it into a toll road as well, plans they won't reveal until the very last second? I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

This video speaks for itself

WARNING: I dropped the f-bomb in this video, but I think it's justified.

Friday, February 14, 2014


So I posted something to Craigslist about my blog a few days ago and didn't go back to look at the Rants and Raves section until today, and well, apparently I missed some back-and-forth about what I had to say:

"Reply to the Reply------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
What's your beef, dude? The OP's got a point, I hate driving in Denver anymore. No where does it say he took the video as you would so accuse, he might of had a camera mounted on his field hat like the falconry apprentice dude. Besides, he could be doing some shooting with something else besides a camera which seems to be the modern trend but where does the whole pedestrian and parking garages come in? It's uncool to make up things to make some obscure point.

Over all I thought the videos were silly. Why I actually watched a video on traffic I'll never know, perhaps it was the intriguing and suspenseful music that made me think he was going to hop a curb and drive like a mad man on the sidewalk for a hundred yards, but that didn't happen.

Original Reply to my post-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dude, your blog sucks. Bad/"insane"/unsafe drivers are everywhere. You're one of them because you record video while driving. Do you really think you're the only one that has to deal with the ineptitude of others? Be thankful you're not trapped in a southern state where virtually no one knows how to drive in snowy conditions. Also, slow down when you're driving through parking garages (and elsewhere, for that matter)! The pedestrians you see probably enjoy having functional legs and would like to keep them that way."

Again, thanks for going to my blog. And while the original poster thought my blog sucked, he mistook me for someone who cares what his opinion is. Beyond that, I got over 200 hits that day so... All-in-all, I got a good laugh over these postings. Denverites, you never cease to make me laugh...or cry, depending on whether I'm on the road driving or not.

-The Longhorn

December to Remember...or Not

In the market for...

Driving into work this morning made me realize that I need a video camera mount that covers not only the front but also the back. This morning, as I got onto 6th Avenue at Wadsworth, some lady driving a mid 90'2 Red/Burgundy Ford Taurus switch lanes from the middle to the right lane at the merge point. As she did, she was also traveling at, if I had to guess, 60+ miles per hour. She almost smashed into the back of me, and in typical Colorado driver style, then flipped me off. Sorry lady, I did nothing wrong. As she pulled closer I saw that she could barely see over the steering wheel. She didn't appear to be old, from what I could see, maybe in her late 40's or early 50's, but needless to say, she shouldn't have been driving.

This isn't the first time that this has happened, in fact, it's almost a daily occurrence, but it did get me to thinking that often stuff in happening in the back of me that I'm never able to capture on camera and thus post online.

It is a problem to be solved for sure!

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Keep them coming

I got some feedback yesterday from some people who saw my add on craigslist. I just wanted to say thanks for keeping your comments and thoughts respectful, and by all means keep 'em coming.

Guess what happened to me (again!) yesterday?

That's right, I got cutoff while driving on the highway in almost the exact same spot as I did the day before.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Thank You, Denver

I just wanted to write down a quick thank you to all the people in the Denver area. These last couple of weeks have been, well, full of material that you have provided me for use on this blog. I have so much material in fact, that I am struggling to edit it all. Don't fret though, in the next few days I promise to have some new material up, including some videos that were taken in December.
-The Longhorn

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Back in the Saddle

So I haven't been taking my camera on my drives lately. In part this is because over the holidays people have been driving better consistent awesome good less insane. But this week - today in particular - I have noticed that was all just show, and the craziness is back on the roads. Why is it that most people in Denver drive like they just huffed an entire can of spray paint? In any event, the camera will be back in the car tomorrow.
See you on the roads.
-The Longhorn