I’m Invincible

I had breakfast with Matt on Saturday, and on our way back to my place, some lady fell asleep at the wheel and rear-ended us pretty hard. No screeching tires or anything to warn us of the impact, she just unexpectedly slammed into the back of us. We were in a big car (GMS Yukon thank God), stopped at a stop light and she hit us so hard that we hit the car in front of us hard enough that the car in front of us hit the car in front of them. Weeeee…. dominos! 🙂

I took a picture of the lady’s car with my cell phone, but hopefully someone will send me a better picture of the car and I’ll post it.

Anyway, amazingly enough I feel fine. I was a little stiff the next morning (yesterday), but it just felt like I had a good day of hard snowboarding the day before or something. And today, I don’t even have that.

So I’m thinking maybe I’m invincible… no really. 🙂

6 thoughts on “I’m Invincible”

  1. Feeling stiff for a few days after an accident is to be expected. Take from someone who has been in a few.

    Oh, and don’t be suprised if the old lady pulls a “my brakes didn’t work” routine. I had that done to me once. and, of course, the old lady was held blameless in the accident, so we couldn’t sue her.

  2. I’m not going to sue her either way… it was an accident, and accidents happen.

    But when the police officer took his report he asked her what happened, and she said, “I must have fallen asleep.” So it’s already in the report… {shrug}

    Doesn’t matter to me either way though… the good thing is she hit us and not a motorcycle or pedestrian (or even a smaller car).

  3. Oh, and if you’d like a little lesson in auto insurance, you were involved in what is called an “Oreo Cookie Claim”. When I worked at Geico Insurance, that is what they call rear enders that push you into other cars.

    AND I’m pretty sure the lady that hit you was working for the MPAA…If they had any balls at all they would have hit you with your Hummer that they stole a couple of weeks ago…;)

  4. Yeah I am with vicious 😀

    It was a failed assassination attempt by the MPAA, they finally figured out that they can’t beat you, so they have to get rid of you someway or another. 😛

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