Re: Dealing with road rage
I think it is a right to throw nasty, stinky, wet and sticky objects onto the windshields of taxi cabs that fail to yield to me and my kids. Under that principle, I have with me at all times a small coffee cup filled with a nice mixture of nasty stuff, bound together with some petroleum jelly and super-glue, that has an odor sufficiently frightening that I had to put a piece of vinyl on top in place of the top, because the odor could penetrate the plastic wrap I used to use...I have thrown it a couple times, and I have no doubt as to the usefulness of it. RE: the more typical road rage stuff, I always believed in the "living well is the best revenge" principle...More often than not, those idiots who blew by me in an aggressive huff got pulled over and ticketed, and I smile, laugh, wave, and give the finger as I ride/drive on by...The cops usually get a kick out of it too, especially when all the traffic is going slow enough for me to yell out: "I told you to slow down, ya idiot!"
BAILIFF: Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
PETER GRIFFIN: I do...You bastard...