First thought: I don’t have kids, you sanctimonious shit, so I’ll drive the way I would if my imaginary kids lived there and my imaginary kids all drive for NASCAR.
Second thought: let’s apply this standard universally:
- Provide access like your kids used wheelchairs.
- Provide interpreters like your kids were Deaf.
- Locate fracking like your kids lived there.
- Make cops treat all kids like your kids.
- Fund public education like you had one imaginary kid in each school in the country. (Hey, if the Duggars can do it . . .).
- Generally do unto others like you would do unto your kids.
Wasn’t there some guy a while back who had a whole philosophy, a religion, actually, IIRC, around a concept sort of like this?
Actually, a third thought often sneaks in, which is this: I HATE this sort of sanctimony . . . FLOOR IT! I honestly think this reaction would not be unusual, and that they’d have better results with a sign that read something like, “radar speed camera ahead.”
* Shouldn’t it be “like your kids lived here.” It’s the subjunctive, you sanctimonious UNGRAMMATICAL shits!