We’ve all seen it, this time it just came a little too close for comfort.
Car #1 had just passed me on the interstate and proceeded to cut off Car #2 to get in the exit lane.
I was in Car #3. We were all stopped at a red light at the end of the ramp when it went down.
Car #2 jumped out and approached Car #1, who was lowering his window. Why ?
He began punching #1 in the face and head, who now ducked for cover.
As the light changed to green, #2 walked calmly back to his car. Car #1 slowly rolled up his window.
We all drove off.
Did that really just happen ?
Still a bit shaken when I arrived at work, I gathered my wits and prepared for my 9 a.m. interview.
I was working in Human Resources for a local hospital facility at the time. My first applicant was a radiology technician with an impressive resume.
And in he walks. It was Car #2.
He may never know why he wasn’t called back for that second interview.
Great story. To actually see a bit of the karmic loop close is pretty cool.
It was interesting that I saw him clearly, he never even looked toward my car. I probably followed him to the parking lot .
And the radiology department dodged a bullet.
That’s so perfect. :0)
It seemed fitting to me.
I’m sceptical of many things, but karma ain’t one of them. Great story, Van.
Agree, Julie. I’ve seen countless examples…both good and bad. We all have, if we’d just pay attention.
That is so scary. Karma rules. Ha!
It does indeed rule. Thanks for your comment. Van
Great story, well told! The things we know about people and never tell….
Be careful how you treat people, you never know how it will come back to haunt you. ☺
Oh if justice could always be delivered so sweetly! [rubbing my hands together joyfully! 😀 ]
It’s always the quiet ones…I told very few about this one. I left this job a few months later, there’s a few more really good stories in there..maybe someday. ☺
Every person has so many good stories in them. I wish I could hear them all!
Boy, to be the instrument of justice!
It happened a few times over the years, this was one of the most memorable. Thanks, L.