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have that one asocial guy who swims up and down the middle line, when everyone else is swimming circles? After he hits you once, he doesn't move over, just keeps on going. There was a guy like that at our pool in Hamilton, too. Maybe I should take some waterpolo lessons, and then I'd be better able to cope!
 

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He's not as dumb as the asshole who kept swimming ACROSS my lane a few months ago. Pisser!
 

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Yeah, long ago I quit worrying about the ridiculous people over here who have no clue. I swim right through them without even a backwards glance. Well, I do that to the ones who are clueless and are swimming in their own world. It is good practice for tri swimming.<br><br>
It is similar out on the streets. There is a narrow sidewalk near work, with a wall on one side, road on the other. Often times, there will be people walking two abreast. For a long time, I would hop out into the street to avoid a collision, since they for sure are not going to move. Then one day I decided to hold what is mine. Depending on which way I am walking I either hug the road or put my shoulder on the wall, and just keep walking. I have had a few collisions. Like in the pool, I just keep going.<br><br>
Somewhat rude, but hey, I have enough crap I take responsibility for, someone's cluelessness to the world around them should not be included.<br><br>
Hmmm, I hope germany doesn't persona non grata me!<br><br><br>
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I also love the mother who thinks her little spawn are so special they should be allowed to splash in the pool and play with the noodes during adult only time.
 

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jkaiser, Germans aren't friendly anyway, so no worries. I can say this because I was born in Garmany to German parents.
 
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