Today we went to Blockbuster to return movies, and we went to Taco Bell for lunch. On the way, we got cut off by I think two different cars who decided it was their turn. And when we were waiting at a light, a car was cut off by TWO cars in a row - he had the right of way as he was turning right, and they were turning left. He even honked and they didn't look at him. Every single time someone does something like that (and every time people get too close when I'm crossing Cornell on my way to and from work every day - which is probably about four times a day), it makes me want to move that much more. I don't want to wait until April. I want to go now. I guess breaking the lease wouldn't be the best idea, but I don't care. People are so awful to each other up here, and when they drive around in big hunks of metal and appear to be willing to smash other people... argh.
And while we're on the subject, why do drivers think that when they don't look at you, it means you're not there? Every time someone does something stupid, they pointedly look away from us.