I've seen six or seven cars at a time running a red light. They're just impatient and don't want to sit in the turn lane an extra minute. We're all in a hurry and don't want to take extra time to sit in traffic, but it only takes an instant to cause a crash.
"Christopher Lee "Chris" Grant" is a former Australian rules football player in the Australian Football League, a legend of the Western Bulldogs Football Club and a member of the Australian Football Hall of Fame. He was born in Daylesford, Victoria/Daylesford, Victoria, Australia/Victoria, Australia.
Grant was recruited by the Footscray Football Club (now Western Bulldogs) in the 1988 VFL Draft at pick number 105, and played his first AFL game in 1990 at the age of 17. Grant kicked 51 goals that season, the youngest player in VFL-AFL history to achieve this feat, to be the leading goalkicker for the club.
Over the following years, Grant established himself as a respected player in the half-forward position. He earned All-Australian Team/All-Australian honours in 1994 and 1996. He polled 27 votes in the 1997 Brownlow Medal, one more than winner Robert Harvey (footballer)/Robert Harvey; however, he was ineligible to win the award due to a one-match suspension for striking Hawthorn's Nick Holland.
In 2001 he was named team captain, and was selected as a member of the Footscray & Western Bulldogs 'Team of the Century' in 2002. He missed the 2003 season to an ACL injury sustained in Round 1. He relinquished the captaincy at the end of the 2004 season.More Chris Grant on Wikipedia.