In today's edition of, "What did I learn today?" we explore the issue of etiquette.
I stood today waiting for the walk signal at a busy intersection downtown. When the signal changed, a car lerched forward as if to cross in front of me, then stopped. I walked. After I had passed the front of the car, the driver honked at me, moved her cell phone's handset, and apparently uttered some unitelligible oathes regarding my person. I looked to a passing fellow pedestrian as if to silently plead my case. We mutually shrugged shoulders and kept going.
What did I learn today?
I learned that "Even when you do the right thing, there's always someone who will find a reason to be pissed at you.