It comes up here now and then: 'This forum is getting overrun with wowsers'. Is it the case - or is there a certain amount of oversensitivity to anyone daring to suggest that they might think or act differently than the 'outlaw' making the complaint? I suspect it's our old friend the false dichotomy: the wild and crazy outlaw vs the upright law-abiding citizen. This is illustrated when the 230 km/h-on-the-back-wheel-in-the-CBD person comes out with the 'you have no right to criticise me if you ever creep over the speed limit at all anywhere'. In reality, I think we're all on a continuum. There will always be those who are faster than me and those who are slower, and there will always be those who have a different attitude to, for example, the sacredness or otherwise of the law. I suspect that the balance here is pretty much what it's always been - and that people will tend to say "I think differently" and get called wowsers for doing so.