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Published: Friday, July 26 2013 9:20 p.m. MDT

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Hey It's Me
Salt Lake City, UT

In the first article I read regarding this, it said the motorcyclist felt like he'd been cut off. Unfortunately, no matter how safe you drive there are blind spots and you think you are safely pulling into another lane and you accidently cut someone off. I hope that is what happened. I think a lot of drivers here are careless and drive to fast. So let's try to give people the benefit of doubt and assume they didn't mean to cut you off and be thankful that you and the other driver are safe. It seems like here in Utah every night on the news there is an accident that killed someone. People wake up this doesn't have to happen!

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

I use obscene hand gestures all the time at drivers here in Utah.

1. They deserve it.
2. It's my constitutional right of Freedom of Speech and Expression [yet, Conservatives here also won't support me for it, they only support the use of guns and such.]

Black & White

LDS Liberal, that's about the dumbest comment I've ever read on a DN article. You think that by using hand gestures you're somehow going to eliminate or avoid the same road rage issues mentioned here? Ask Mr. Anderson, or the "other guy" in the article if it was worth it.

For your sake brother, please don't do it. I fear that if you continue you're irrational behavior, you're going to find yourself on the wrong end of one of those "conservative" guns, and the next article we read could be about you.

Besides, it doesn't reflect well on your faith to act in this way. WWJD?

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