Had an interesting experience last night. I was riding home last night about 11pm on Burke Road, Camberwell. I was in the left lane as there are tram tracks on the right. Up ahead I saw some headlights coming out of a driveway or alley on my left. They looked to be coming on fast so I was already hitting the brakes before the idiot in a 7 series BMW came barrelling out in front of me to do a left hand turn into my lane. If I hadn't have seen him before he was on the road I would have slammed right into him. As it was I braked very hard and pulled up. In this little stunt he also managed to use part of the right hand lane so the car in the lane next to me had to swing out as well. I caught up with him at the lights, propped up in front of him and turned around to give him a mouthful. He waved his hand in apology. Now apart from the whole "It's easy to say sorry after you've maimed somebody" argument. What surprised me about this is my reaction. Six months ago when I was a fairly new rider, this would have left me with adrenaline surging through my veins and shaking. Last night I just brushed it off as another day, another d**khead. Does anybody else find that despite being angry in these situations, you don't get shaken the way you used to?