Clueless or Reckless?

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Clueless or reckless? Being clueless about something would indicate that you don’t know about it. Whereas, being reckless about something would indicate that you do know about it, but you have a conscious disregard for it. At first glance, it would appear that the roadways of Tennessee are permeated with reckless drivers. There is at least one accident per day that keeps traffic more congested than clogged arteries. I’m sure that there will be some people pissed at me for this article, but I am only telling the truth. I’ve been here for three years, and I think that’s more than enough time to make an objective observation. No matter how optimistic I am about the situation, the facts continue to prevail. I really love Tennessee, but collectively, the people of Tennessee cannot drive, and they don’t know it.

Driving is more than just getting behind the wheel and going…

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