Jonathan Kamien, Ph.D. wrote: > > I've had two sets: > > one was a MA plate="MADRIVR". Many people thought it stood for "Mad Driver" In MA "Mad Driver" would make more sense to people then Mad River would. When I first moved to MA in 1980 at 19 years old people in Vermont thought I drove crazy but I fit right in in MA. I even had to learn how to drive crazier once I started 5 years of night Scool at Northeastern in Boston in 1980. I'll never forget when I got pulled over by a MA State Trooper in 1985 going to School at Northeaster for weaving thru traffic on I93. He said "We don't let people drive like you were anymore!". I thought to myself, Bummer, as he gave me a $50 ticket for going 75 in a 55 zone. Good thing I was almost done with School. Dave Barcomb P.S. I try to drive reasonably now and avoid weaving thru traffic although I do believe in taking the 10 MPH over that most Police give you (Even if it's Snowing. I love driving in Snow!).