No, sorry, this is not a thread about Autopia.
I just had an unpleasant (and slightly bizarre) experience today at DCA that I hope you will allow me to vent about here.
We were in line in the Kingswell Camera Shop when a woman came up behind me and pushed a realllly long stroller smack into the back of my leg and made my knee buckle, almost knocked me down. I said "Owwww!!!" and she looked at me, seemingly oblivious to what she had done. (There were no children in the stroller.) When I told her "You didn't have to push it all the way into my leg!"
She said "Sorry, I can't see that far." (~Because the stroller was so long she couldn't see to the end of it? -and the "sorry" did not sound at all sincere.) I did tell her that if she couldn't see to the end of it maybe she shouldn't be pushing such a long stroller around - and then she started to yell at me (how dare you! that's crazy! etc.) A cast member came over when she heard her yelling and (I think) handled the situation very well, just stood between me and the woman (and her stroller, which was still in front of her, next to my leg) and said "I'll just stand here, and that way no one will get hurt." (except I already had been hurt, but that wasn't the CM's fault). As I was next in line and was soon able to get away from the woman and her stroller the CM didn't have to stand there long.
Another cast member said to me soon afterwards "If she couldn't see to the end of the stroller to know where she was pushing it, do you think she drove here?!! Maybe the kids drove!"
My knee still hurts.
Maybe with some of the oversized strollers people are pushing around licenses should be required?