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Well said, Thelma. Controlling one's anger is important, and on the road many drivers take it personally when another motorist is too slow, forgets to signal, or cuts someone off by mistake. As a New York driver all of my life, I have been cursed at numerous times by impatient, fast, and reckless motorists, yet I generally follow the speed limit, am usually in the slower lanes, do not weave from lane to lane, and drive defensively. It boils down to two things as I see it: 1) We all need to keep our anger under control, and 2) There are too many angry people carrying guns here in Arizona and elsewhere.
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