It’s pretty much rule of the road that anything happening in front of you is your responsibility to deal with and anything behind you is basically out of sight out of mind. So anyone pulling into a major highway is doing it without looking, anyone turning is doing it without signaling even from two lanes of traffic away. You get cars passing buses on blind curves, even buses passing cars that are passing buses all the way to the point that they’re driving on the shoulder on your side of the road and you have three cars coming at you with nowhere to go.
On July 10 Ronaldo lined up with the Portugal national team in the final against France the hosts of Euro 2016 competition. He had to come off injured during the first half, but after extra time Portugal won 1 0. This realised Ronaldo’s dream of being a champion with Portugal in what was probably his last chance.3 years ago.
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