An update on the driver who dented a Chevy Cobalt on Queen Anne (Rant & Rave, Sept. 3) then drove off: Thanks to a witness, the owner...
An update on the driver who dented a Chevy Cobalt on Queen Anne (Rant & Rave, Sept. 3) then drove off: Thanks to a witness, the owner tracked down the woman and got reimbursed for the $500 deductible. Karma rules.
“A rant to the woman in the Crossroads Mall parking lot who opened the door of her white Infiniti and deposited her coffee cup on the ground. A rave to my wife for running over just before she pulled out and told her she had ‘forgotten’ her coffee, which she then sheepishly brought back into the car.”
“A huge rant to the couple who screamed at me in Whole Foods Sept. 17. I asked them to move their cart, which was blocking the aisle. They told me to walk around them since I thought I was God. I politely said ‘Excuse me,’ and tried to move the cart and the woman screamed ‘Don’t touch my cart!’ She continued to harass me as I walked away. I thought Seattle was a polite city. This family needs a lesson in manners.”
“A huge rave to the customer at Edmonds’ Top Foods who not only let me and my two crying babies cut in front of her in line, but then offered words of sympathy and encouragement. I appreciated the understanding and kindness when I was at my wit’s end.”
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” A big rave to the person who found my car keys on the ground at Southcenter Target and put them on the hood of my car. Your thoughtfulness brought sunshine to my day.”
“An enormous rave for the gentleman who helped me when my car broke down in the center lane of I-5 near Northgate. I was scared, and people were honking at me. This hero pulled his van in front of my car, and used some rope he had to tow me to the side of the road. You are an angel and restored my faith in humanity.”
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