For those of you who don't live in the southwest, snowbirds are retired people who flock to Arizona as soon as the "good" months are over in their states. That means that the population of Arizona increases significantly every November.
The funny thing about snowbirds is that they really don't seem to do anything besides go out and drive around. Are they looking for their lost youth? I don't know, but they sure aren't looking for motorcycles.
The sheer number of cars on the road today amazed me. The number of times I had to dodge some idiot who wanted to prove that two objects can occupy the same space at the same time also amazed me. Do the laws of physics no longer apply to retirees?
I believe it is necessary for me to found a "Snowbird Driving School." In my school, these drivers will learn how to check their mirrors and blind spots before changing lanes, how to drive at speeds meeting (and possibly exceeding when needed) the speed limit, while avoiding tailgating and general rudeness.
Mistakes will be corrected by application of high voltage, low current electrical shocks to the students toes.
Now, before someone complains, I'd like to say that there are most likely some snowbirds that can drive, and do so sparingly and courteously. I haven't seen any, but they're probably out there. Somewhere.