On my way home this afternoon, I decided to take a little scenic tour down to Redondo Beach Drive. To get there I must exit the freeway and drive on a city street that winds down the hill to the beach. Before I can wind down the hill there is a stop light that is generally red with several cars waiting. About five hundred feet back from the intersection is a driveway that goes in and out of a strip mall. When there are enough cars stopped at the stop light and my crossing the driveway would cause it to be blocked, I tend to wait on the other side of the driveway as a courtesy to those who are exiting the driveway on to the street.
Apparently a lady in an Acura thought she was better than everyone else and she went around me on the right side and pulled in where I would have been had I chose to block the driveway. Where the heck is common courtesy?