Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Central Kentucky
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Yesterday I was riding down a short hill toward work, and I had cars all around me. I was traveling the same speed as the traffic, but the dude in the car behind me decided that he should be in front of me. I kept glancing back to see if he was going to go around, and after the third glance he finally went around. On his way, he honked his horn at me. I really shouldn't have done to him what I did, but I called him an expletive which I'm sure he didn't hear, and waved my arms at him in disgust. My waving didn't include the middle finger. I usually don't experience the adrenaline that I could be getting with a long ride since I live 1.44 miles away from work, but this experience got my adrenaline going.
I should have just remembered the make of his car and license plate number. I could have had my connection at the local police office run an APB on him. Instead I let my emotions take over. Should I be scared that the next time the guy runs across my path that he will do something stupid to show that he is stronger than me?
Last edited by A F Baker; 04-03-01 at 08:19 PM.