My Favorites




Hire Me!
Hire Me! Hire me for your writing assignment or event. I'm reasonable and reliable. Also looking for additional writing gigs. Email me at

Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

Named the No. 1 Sports Technology writer in the U.S. on Oct 1, 2014.

Entries in traffic (2)


Taco Truck Serves Lunch While Stranded


Who Said L.A. Traffic Couldn't get any Worse?

It can when the President is in town for a fundraiser. 

Drivers abandoned their cars, yelled at police officers and fumed as traffic came to a halt for the presidential visit Monday night. Some streets in Hancock Park were even closed to pedestrians.

One man went for a run just as the area was locked down and found himself waiting 25 minutes at a yellow police tape barrier to get back home.

Residents reported that commutes and errands that typically took minutes turned into hours-long ordeals. One particular complaint was that streets remained blocked for hours -- even when Obama was inside TV producer John Wells' Hancock Park home at a fund-raiser.

"What has occurred is way beyond reasonable and can only be described as negligent," L.A. resident Kevin McCarthy said in an e-mail to The L.A. Times.

The Los Angeles Fire Department reported no delays for emergency vehicles. But the LAPD and other officials heard an earful from angry motorists.