Once in a while, we all get a "ragin' cager."
A friend of mine once said, "No matter how well your day's going, no matter how many positive experiences you have and people who treat you well, it only takes one negative experience with a nasty person to spoil your day."
But I want to look at the other side of things for a second.
Why should one person who is not the sharpest knife in the drawer determine the tone of my day? How many people out there who are driving alongside me as I ride are treating me well?
Could I actually be influencing people to accept cycling as a valid form of transportation by my good attitude?
On the other hand, how many people do I turn against cycling by my bad attitude towards motorists in general?
Are motorists really monsters in steel cages, or are they human beings, like me?