Then I stopped at a honey stand and was looking at the honey sticks. They have all different flavors. A man was pushing his baby's stroller into my leg, and I thought it was causing me to have a hard time understanding the sign I was reading.
1 stick = $1
2 sticks = $1
3 sticks = $1
Why would one cost the same as three? What was I missing? I asked the lady in charge. Apparently, they just don't want to deal with coins. You may buy a minimum of $1 worth of honey sticks. No less. If you choose to only take one, that's up to you, but three is fine with them. I got six for $2. Strawberry, watermelon, banana, rootbeer, grape, and blueberry. I hope they're good.
Then I came home and heard a car accident, so I opened my window and looked down. A car tried to come out of the garage across from my building and rammed into oncoming traffic. That oncoming traffic car got pushed into a car going in the opposite direction. Three cars. Two guys standing on the street. 30 seconds had passed. Where's the third person? I called 911. As I was giving the location of the accident, the third guy got out of his car.
911 - "Does it look like anyone's hurt?"
GY - "They're all standing and talking and I don't see blood or anything, but I'm X stories up."
911 - "Well they need to exchange information. We don't routinely send police out to a car accident. We'll send an ambulance only if someone's hurt."
REALLY?! Shocking! Because in New York, it's against the law to leave the scene of a car accident until the police have shown up and filled out a police report and said you can go.
I'm a little disappointed in the state of California on this one.