Okay, this isn't a library cartoon and I'm still supposed to be on vacation, but I was itching to post this.
One of my biggest pet peeves is when I'm walking down the sidewalk and a group of people heading in the opposite direction ignores that I'm there and nearly forces me into the street, or onto someone's lawn, etc.
I really don't feel that I should have to yell out "excuse me," or end up pushing someone out of the way. Common sense (if it still exists) should tell a person that the sidewalk space is limited and to pay attention to people headed in their direction, making room if necessary.
Enough of my soapbox talk, I've encountered this sidewalk problem a lot recently and felt like venting. Please feel free to write in with any suggestions, disagreements, or your own stories regarding this situation. Thanks to L.R. for encouraging me to turn my gripes into a cartoon.