Time: 10:50pm, 10.20.07
I was driving back from work last night. Not quite into my neighborhood, I was weaving through the streets toward Lee's Crossing. Out of the corner of my eye, I see something quickly moving in the dimness. I put on slight brakes. Then I notice it's a bunch of deer. Pretty cool. I slow down and 3 of them dart across the road.
I was about to go forward when I noticed there was 1 deer left. He was hesitant of the car, I'm sure. Without fully thinking my actions through (and probably because I had just been at work for 9 hours), I gave this animal a quick flash of my bright headlights. You know, like a signal you give to some other driver that it's OK to go? Problem is, I was dealing with a deer. It's like I was saying, "Hey, you go ahead, buddy. Catch up with your four-legged hoofed brethren." He waited a second, then trotted across the road. I put my foot on the gas. I then realized I had given a deer my brights. Sad thing is: I used a modern method of automobile communication with an animal. Cool thing is: The deer understood it.