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Driving in L.A.

November 22, 2003

L.A. CENTRIC columnist Mary McNamara seems to live in a version of L.A. created by local publicists ("We Hit the Brakes More Than the Horn," Nov. 18). Whereas honking in New York City, for example, is a mass release of pent-up frustration that motorists can enjoy while trapped on impossibly crowded streets, L.A. drivers use their horns to scold like first-grade teachers or to demand their personal right-of-way despite what traffic dictates.

She forgets that "road rage" was invented on our freeways.

Kenny Feuerman

Beverly Hills

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