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Norman thinks driving has deteriorated
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ROAD RAGE
By Norman Bowman
Norman's driving home from work and he's getting frustrated. It seems to him that people are driving with less and less consideration. Particularly he notices the lack of indicators when people are pulling in and out of lanes. He remembers the old driving licence which had a message on the back of it; care, courtesy and consideration. This pretty much sums up everything that's missing.

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John Milbank
I think this is useful advice. I will remember it. I would also like to comment that one should forgive others for their errors. Control one's feelings. Road rage is never justified.




Title:
ROAD RAGE
Contributor:
Norman Bowman
Length:
1.34 mins
Date:
28 May 1996
Source:
Video Nation UK
Country:
Northern Ireland
Location:
Belfast
Categories:
Anger
Memories
Transport
Values


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