Today was a not so good commute. The weather aside, one idiot ran a red light, right in front of me when I was mid-intersection, other pedestrians not paying attention at all (walking right into traffic WITHOUT looking), and finally, another idiot driver. Not sure what he said initially, but yelled something. I told him to F off. I tire of people yelling things out their windows. Sure I'll yell when riding, but it is as close as I get to a horn. This person said that they said "good job" or something to the effect, then said I had a bad attitude. I told him yelling things at a cyclists is bound to elicit a negative response. To be honest, I didn't care what he said. "Good job" or whatever seems condescending and negative, coming from someone in a car. Good job compared to what? Am I in a race? Do I go by people in cars and tell them good job? No. People in cars should keep their comments to themselves. Yes, this is a cycling forum, yes I am ranting. Ok. I feel better now. Happy cycling!