This is why it’s dangerous to let me have a camera – I get a head of steam and don’t stop. This one’s almost six minutes without an edit and includes my calm and measured attitude to 4WD/SUV owners.
The Malcolm Gladwell article I referred to in this rant is at the following URL:
The URL for the vlog is:
4 responses to “An angry drive (part four)”
I get into the same situation when I want to go downtown. With parking and petrol prices, it is a lot cheaper to take my car than to take the underground to go into the city. It is more convenient. I hope that they would make it cheaper to use the underground to make it more attractive to use public transport.
I firend of mine’s just moved right into the city so he can walk to work. Driving definitely sucks on all sorts of levels but I really think people who drive into the city every day only have themselves to blame that it sucks.
True, we only have ourselves to blame for:
– not able to stand public transport because it sucks on so many levels
– not able to stand driving to work/school because it sucks on as many levels
– not able to buy/rent a house near where we have to drive/take public transport because we don’t have the money to do so
– not able to use one of those beam-me-there thingy in Star Trek on account of it not being invented yet.
I feel like killing myself after blaming myself for all this.
But then again, there has been a lot of things that I blame myself for for years and still manage to not kill myself.
Ohhhh tru, don’t be like that. Like my situation, sometimes public transport sucks so much you don’t have a choice. Don’t tell me you drive an oversized 4WD? Yikes, you wouldn’t have liked that rant if that’s the case. Reminds me of when I pissed people off by ranting about smoking.