I talk to other drivers while I’m driving. I coach their driving style or comment on their intelligence. Very occasionally I will say nice job (but don’t count on it). If someone cuts me off but they have an animal sticker on their bumper, any kind – I love dogs or cats or even a rescue sticker, I will soften my correcting approach. I don’t use the really bad words but stick to the “golly, gosh” variety. I think people who love animals are kinder people although not necessarily better drivers.
Since the pandemic, I’ve tried making sense out of retail. There isn’t any. Back in the old days (before pandemic), I knew what hours were less crowded; what products are best bought quickly; and places you can depend on. It doesn’t hold anymore. With different work schedules it’s as likely to be crowded early in the day as it is right after the traditional work day ends. As for the supply chain, no words can describe it. Don’t like it.
Do you have some observations to share?