Stuart, as as per below, comments on my post of yesterday and proposes a method for dealing with these drunkish drivers. Is this the right approach? I kind of did this to a friend in a previous post, though not by name or by license plate - he ended up outing himself.But I have to admit that I had precisely this instinct yesterday, Stuart. Great minds, etc.Everyone, please weigh in.
A small legalistic pamphlet from Verizon arrived today telling me that
I have 45 days to opt out of “agreeing” to let Verizon share Customer
Proprietary Network Information, i.e., “information created by virtue
of your relationship with Verizon Wireless,” including “services
purchased (including specific calls you make and receive,” billing
info, technical info and location info. They promise to only share this
with “affiliates, agents and parent companies.” It will definitely not
be shared with “unrelated third parties” … unless, perhaps that third
party pays Verizon to become an affiliate, whatever the heck “affiliate
For those who, "by virtue of your relationship with Verizon Wireless," deep, profound, eternal, and meaningful, I'm sure, are affected, you want to check out David's post. Wireless and priceless.