Driving in Toronto or Vaughan – there is no difference. Everyone driving today is in a rush, no civility. I said to my partner, ” Merle, we need to speak out!” That gave me the idea to start my Odiums.
Coming back from Miami – the driving was OK but still this entitlement. This is my first but it will not be my last note to you.
Panic everywhere, no one looks and everyone tries to beat the other car. What is wrong with this picture? York Region’s transportation services committee gave the green light to install 20 red-light cameras at intersections throughout the region. Will it do any good? I hope so. Some how drivers and those walking think they are the only ones in the world and someone else is looking out for them. Perhaps they believe that the other person is their keeper. The age of entitlement. Francisco De La MazaBorn in Cuba - American mother and Cuban father -. Now lives in Canada Children: Katie De La Maza and Tony De La Maza. Pass away June 2018 in Toronto.More Posts Share...