Road rage was invented 30 years ago this summer in LA, when gunplay came to the freeways
Stephanie Buck

Blaming Road Rage on the accessibility of weapons only addresses a symptom of the disease.

The real disease lies with an increasing lack of emotional intelligence amid a backdrop of an ever accelerating pace of life.

On top of that, we’ve now been conditioned to individually expect instant and personalized results that satisfy our current urges and needs. Anything less arouses impatience and anger…and even violence.

In short, too many people have regressed from an intellectual and humane standpoint. Time and convenience have become more important than people.

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