I went to vote and took a later train. On my walk to work, I saw a great scene of love and compassion between two drivers.
Near the corner of State and Congress in Boston, there was a guy pulled over to the side of the road. He was dropping someone off.
Behind him, there was a woman in a car. Since the road is two lanes and there really isn't any room to pull over, she was stuck.
She couldn't get into the left lane because there were too many cars in it. So she started to honk her horn at the guy. She blasted at him three or four times to get her message across.
When the woman, who the guy was dropping off, finally exited the car, the woman stopped beeping her horn. Then, traffic eased up and she pulled around him.
As she passed him, the guy gave her some arm/hand gesture. His right fist was shaking at her. The other fist was planted and crossed his right arm at the bicep.
A real angry gesture...not a middle finger...but I am guessing a similar message.
Once she passed him, he stepped on the gas and chased her to the next red light where he proceeded to honk his horn at her in retaliation.
It was a heartwarming scene.
Departure Time From Home: 6:45
Departure Time From Train Station: 7:26
Arrival Time at North Station: 8:04
Weather as I call it: Cold, sunny, 20s
Shady Gas Price: $3.69
Level of commute annoyance (scale of 1 to 10): 2
Feared for my life: No