I was nodding my head in agreement as I read "Judge Away" in the October 2007 issue. While it may offend the "politically correct" mainstream media, I avoid the groups you listed, as well as teenage and elderly drivers. While young drivers don't have the experience to understand the consequences of their negligence, elderly drivers don't possess the reaction times and judgment they once did. I witnessed this a few weeks ago, when an elderly driver in an opposing lane drove around stopped cars in the turn lane at a light and turned left in front of the motorcyclist ahead of me. The rider swerved to avoid the car and low-sided. When the elderly driver came back 10 minutes later, he was confused. If not for the quick reflexes of the biker, the outcome could have been much worse. So, if I avoid teenagers, the elderly, import tuners, soccer moms in minivans and all distracted drivers-what's left? Not much. I ride like I am invisible.