Come on people, you are responsible for your own safety. I will do everything possible to avoid you, but I have to be able to see you to do that. In both cases I was not able to see you walking in the road next to the curb due to the glare of the lights from the oncoming vehicles and the dark clothing you were wearing. Fortunately I did see you in time to take evasive action at the last second, otherwise the outcome would have been far different. And by the way, flipping me off after I saved you from your own negligence didn't help in any way.
By not wearing clothing appropriate to the activity you were engaged in you both put me in a position that could have had serious consequences for both of us. If I had hit you I would have been in a very difficult position. Even if it was determined I was not at fault I would have to live with it the rest of my life.
If there is the slightest possibility you will be in the street in low light conditions it is your responsibility to were the appropriate safety gear. I routinely walk before daylight. Unlike you, however, I wear a retroreflective safety vest so people can see me well before they get to me and I step up out of the road if there is the slightest indication an approaching driver can't see me. Pay attention. Your life depends on it.
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