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The Startling Statistics On Road Rage
by: Newton Hightower
* A recent Gallup poll reported that motorists were more worried about road rage (42%) than about drunk driving (35%). - NY Times
* The Mizell Report, commissioned by AAA, uncovered 10,037 crashes caused by violent aggressive driving between January 1, 1990 and August 31, 1996. At least 218 men, women and children were killed as a result of these incidents and another 12,610 were injured. The problem is national in scope, not jut a phenomenon of congested urban areas.
* Aggressive driving may be a factor in 50% of auto crashes, based on the Washington Beltway Study. Source: Analysis of the Capital Beltway Crash Problem, U.S. DOT, March 1996.
* The problem is getting worse according to the AAA. There is a compound growth rate of 7%.
The Movie, ANGER MANAGEMENT, has a novel technique for solving road rage and a sense of time urgency in traffic.
Dave Buznik, a soft-spoken businessman played by Adam Sandler, is ordered to undergo anger management therapy by Buddy Rydell (Jack Nicholson) an unorthodox psychologist.
While Buddy is riding with Dave to work, Dave becomes increasingly anxious and upset about being late. Buddy (Nicholson) reaches over and pulls up the emergency brake in New York rush hour traffic, then takes the keys out of the ignition.
Buddy refuses to return the keys to Dave until they sing a few verses of "I Feel Pretty" from WEST SIDE STORY: http://www.westsidestory.com/site/level2/lyrics/pretty.html
They sing while New Yorkers drive around them cursing, yelling and making rude gestures.
This illustrates that you can DO things to change your mood. Take action. Drive slower. Sing. Distraction is one of the best tools to change your angry mood.
I may never be able to have a good road rage again, just thinking of those two singing "I FEEL PRETTY" with the full chorus and orchestra coming up in the background...itâ€™s going to be hard even in Houston traffic where armed "red necks" in pickup trucks are ready to shoot you for cutting in front of them.
This summer I am armed with the lyrics and the tape of WEST SIDE STORY queued up and ready to sing to those hot and bothered red necks when it is 100 degrees and the humidity is 98%. I can hardly wait.
I feel pretty,
I feel charming,
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