WELL GOOD FOR YOU!
DO WE ALL NEED A STICKER NOW?
I stopped, rolled down my window, and popped a picture of this in Shorewood the other day.
I wanted to be sure I was reading it right. You stop for... pedestrians? Really. That's great.
We need a bumper sticker for this? Is a declaration of this nature really necessary? Isn't it generally assumed that not hitting pedestrians is the default setting for the vast majority of drivers?
Now we're all going to have to get a sticker. The absence of the sticker may somehow indict the driver. "What, no sticker? Hmmm... must be one of those people who run down children in cross-walks."