I don't know what it is about some days being prone to problems but today was one of those days. Thanks to a lot of defensive riding, I normally only have a near miss thanks to someone's stupidity maybe once a month. Then I had THREE really close ones in the space of 1 hour today! WTF! One, yeah whatever. Two, man, what are the chances. But three! First one, riding down the left bus lane approaching an intersection, car in the middle lane and a bit ahead of me doing 20 under the limit, so I think watch this guy because he may going slow because he is thinking about turning left so I back off and stay out of the blind spot. Pause....get right up to the intersection, nope he is going straight so I ease on the gas and start to go past. Sure enough, no indicator and a hard swerve to the left he has almost cleaned me up. Luckily I was still watching him so I swerved and was hard on the brakes in the gutter as he missed my front wheel by about 20cm. Had no idea I was there. Second one, same thing but on the other side. Woman going slowly in traffic moving away from the lights. I had been next to her at the lights and was right beside her the whole way up until she merged straight into me. I saw her coming, on the brakes and missed her rear bumper by about 10cm. Honked and she almost shat bricks when the noise made her actually look around and see a motorbike right there. How f%^&ing oblivious to the world can some people be. I was right beside her window FFS! Not 100m later at a two lanes turning right and I am in the right lane, am being wary of the bus turning right from the middle lane in case he needs more room at the inside of the turn. But he goes wide and has heaps of room as there is a third bus lane on the road we are turning into. So I start to go around alongside him when he decides he wants to change lanes into my lane in the middle of the turn at the most critical point. There was about two foot between the side of bus and the median which I managed to slot through. Does this mean I won't have any dramas for three months now? Here's hoping.