I’m driving down the road and notice several emergency vehicles up ahead. An ambulance is parked with its back gate open. 2 people are carrying a gurney with someone laying on it. As I see this, I notice something peculiar going on. A man on a bike is riding in the middle of the road weaving toward the ambulance. What is he doing?! As the person is being laid in the back, the man on the bike rides up to the vehicle to take a look. He is close enough to touch the injured party! Are you kidding me?! How rude! He has no business doing that. Doesn’t he know better? Less than a block afterward I had to smile because that’s exactly what I could see Nokomis doing. It would not surprise me to see a person with FASD do this. My daughter would be oblivious to the social custom of giving space in such a situation. It makes you wonder just how prevalent people with FASD are in society at large.