Why don't we have every day "real world" referees? With the amount of idiots that are out there making horrible decisions on a daily basis, I figure someone would have come up with this concept by now!! Now, I'm not talking felons -- as there are judges in place for those who want to be down right stupid. I'm talking real stuff. In my fantasy world, they would be discreet and have no defining factors so you couldn't hide your down right ignorance. Maybe they could walk around with different colored cards (like in soccer) and pass them out as they seem fit. Each color would signify a different degree of stupidity and you'd be fined accordingly.
I often wonder on how some people make it through life behaving the way they do that I feel like it would be doing a public service to punish some of these people. It's not like I received the manual on life and they didn't!
You park your grocery cart in the middle of the aisle. On a Sunday. At 2:00 pm. You have the nerve to look at me like I'm a crazy when I kindly move it for you after 3 minutes to let the herd that's gathered behind you through. This a-hole gets a yellow card. Also included in this category are the people who don't fully pull up their cars in the drive-through. There is no reason there needs to be a full car length in between you and the car in front of you. We aren't moving.
You haven't paid taxes in 13 years because you didn't know you had to? REALLY?!? Do you think the IRS would believe me if I said some crazy shit like that? Nope. The great thing about our society is that this idiot got a "pass" and they "excused" 9 of the years with hopes of collecting the other 4. What geniuses we have running our cities/states/countries! I highly doubt I'd get that preferential treatments should I claim ignorance. This a-hole gets orange carded.
You bring your kids to the common play area at the mall, during flu season, with no hand-sanitizer and let them hold hands while gallivanting with the random green snotty boy. Get mad when your kid gets sick. Bring them to day care the next day doped up on tylenol. You get my kid sick. This jack-ass gets red carded. You're officially kicked out.
Listen, I don't claim to be the brightest crayon in the box or the sharpest tool in the shed, but I have common sense and I believe a little bit of it goes a long way. Since so many adults seem to lack the smallest bit of it, let's make such a program a part of our childhood education. I mean we're taught not to use drugs (D.A.R.E) in 5th grade so you'd think by age 31 someone should know how to flush a god damn toilet!!! Morons. Oh -- don't let me begin talking public bathroom etiquette. It's called a courtesy flush folks...