There is a particular driving manoeuver (gee, that doesn’t look right at all) that bugs the heck out of me. I have my own interpretation of why it is so wrong but I wonder if I am justifiably angry.
Here it is: I am toodling down the road at the speed limit (or so) and another car pulls out in front of me (turning from either side), not dangerously so, but enough to make me have to deaccelerate or even brake. Now, my interpretation is that nothing someone does in joining an existing flow of traffic should change that flow, at least initially. So, even if you are not cutting me off exactly, even making me change my driving is not OK.
Am I being overly rageful or do I have a point? The only time I really paid for it was braking on a slippy patch and doing a 180 over onto the shoulder. But we live in a relatively low traffic area so it’s not like waiting for someone to go by means you will miss the chance to turn for another half-hour.
[sub]Bobby said he’d pull out Bobby stayed in
Janey had a baby it wasn’t any sin[/sub]