Easy Ed strikes again

By PHILLIPE AND JORGE  |  November 11, 2009

IT BEATS TEXTING

Speaking of what you should or shouldn’t be doing in your car, hats off to a young lady who made our day last Monday. P+J were stopped at the light on Ernest Street and Allens Avenue, lost in thought, when we noticed some movement in our rearview mirror. In the car behind us, a cute little red-haired lassie, very likely a Johnson & Wales student leaving after class, was flat-out shaking it behind the wheel, arms flailing, bouncing in the seat, and singing along to a tune we couldn’t hear, but wished we were listening to. She was bopping away and she just didn’t care who saw her, she was having some big fun. But when the light turned, both hands went back on the wheel and she carefully drove behind us across Allens. We were smiling for the whole ride home.

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