On Your Left

Rated 2.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Some public servants provide shelter for the homeless, others food for the hungry. Me, I run over cyclists with my car. If not me, then who? Over three dozen to date, and the number keeps growing. I don’t want fame or money for my deeds, but a plate of nachos every now and then would be nice.
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About Robert T. Belie

Robert T. Belie has lived all over the world including stints in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. As a former US Army officer, he has seen, experienced, and interacted with people and cultures from all across the globe. His travels have taken him to nearly 30 countries and just as many states. He holds degrees in History and International Relations from UCLA and Oklahoma University respectively. He has published several works of both fiction and non-fiction, and has had nearly 60 of his travel photos featured on Travellerspoint.com.

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Fredric L. Rice reviewed on Nov. 13, 2014

A right wing extremist expresses his hatred for healthy people who exercise and thinks it's funny to talk about murdering American citizens.
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angela livingston reviewed on Nov. 5, 2014

A very interesting story. The anger he had for cyclists was something a lot of people feel. Especially when they do stupid things, flip you off or take up the whole road when there's a long line of cars behind them and they won't move to the side to let the cars pass.Although you can't run them over, this story showed his frustration.
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