So, this is kind of a vent, but one that put me on to a further train of thought re taking mirrors that we'll get to in a minute. Commuting over the bridge this morning, traffic is very heavy from the Millers Rd on ramp, but I'm making progress. Onto the bridge & little further across, I finish making progress & move into the second lane from the left, getting ready to take the offramp. There's still some traffic & we're a fair way back from the offramp, but I generally prefer not to have to dive across 4 lanes of traffic to exit. My lane is moving slightly faster than the one to my left, & I am essentially in the blindspot of a Subaru in my left lane who decides to start moving over, then indicates. Sounds bad right? Well, we're doing about 20km/h max, so instead of slowing & not being in the way, I start working the horn like mad. I'm pretty much level with the driver now, due to my lane moving faster than his. First time in a long time I've used the horn, usually I just get out of the way & move on. Driver shits & swerves back, but only a little. He's straggling two lanes, I'm losing a little speed due to rolling off the throttle, but still in a position next to the car. So he keeps moving over into my lane. At this point I touch the brakes & we're all clear, he give me this little 'thanks for getting out of the way' wave & I think 'What a blind fucking idiot" & move on. I used to think about kicking mirrors in anger, but I didn't think I had the bike skills to pull it off, then I got to be a better rider & there were less & less incidents, to the point now where I can usually see them coming & they are sorted out before they begin & forgotten about pretty much straight away. Upon further reflection, I think that would be the time to take his mirror, after he's seen me & keeps merging anyway, ie in cold blood. I didn't take his mirror, never have. Ever broken a mirror? In cold blooded revenge or hot headed anger?