About Me

Hi, my name is Randy Hill and I am just one of thousands of people around the world, tired and frustrated with the lack of consideration that is displayed by a growing "demographic" that I call, "the great unwashed and ill-mannered." People who can't seem to get outside their little world long enough to see the stress that they create on the rest of the population.

I've created this blog and online store as an outlet for this pent-up frustration...and also to have a little devious fun while I'm at it!

Have fun and keep it down while you're in here. Thanks.

[When Randy isn't whining about noisy and rude people, he dreams up designs in his studio at Hill Design Studios. A native Texan, Randy resides in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest with his wife Dawn and four cats]

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Archive for September, 2008

Don’t fume at the gas pump

Monday, September 29th, 2008

Gas lines. Who doesn’t hate them? What I hate even more are people who break in line, either in ignorance or on purpose; people who take forever to pay…the list goes on and on. Okay, so help make a potentially bad experience into a better one. What can you do? Pay with a debit card […]

New Documentary: “To Hell With Manners”

Thursday, September 18th, 2008

The Decline of Civility Have we lost all respect for our fellow citizens, or should we blame it on our sped up and chaotic lives? In the new CTV Original Documentary To Hell with Manners! The Decline of Civility, award-winning Montreal filmmaker John Curtin travels across North America and the U.K., proving just how disrespectful […]

Bad manners taking off

Thursday, September 11th, 2008

Long lines, extra security and flight disruption are all resulting in airline passengers getting ruder. Almost three-quarters of British travelers say fellow passengers have become less polite, a survey by a travel website found The state of the airline industry and the decline in general politeness are seen as the main causes of rudeness.