He can get a conversation started for sure.Congratulations BYK. You did a good Raggie impersonation.
Now, in my view to say the law abiding citizen is a danger because the vast majority choose not to says a lot about a society.
I remember when I used to drive 10-15 over the limit on the interstate and "rrrrrrttttt" suddenly the 3 lanes were reduced to the speed limit. Some cop up ahead was driving the speed limit and slowing us down dawg gonnit. Now days the police officer is in the passing lane going faster than everybody else.
Once upon a times tires and brakes were so bad you'd better watch your speed because sooner or later a tire would disintigrate and your lousy brakes meant you'd crash into a tree on the side of the road before you could stop. But with modern brakes it's much safer in a "woah Nelly" scenario and tires are so dang smooth before you know it you're cruising at 80mph (128+kmh).
There was a time I drove too fast, cut grass barefoot and sanded wood without a dust mask. One day I woke up and said "those cautious people aren't so stupid afterall".
I don't like spending time at the gas pump. Driving the speed limit has made it so I spend a lot less time at the gas pump. When it hit $5/gallon that also meant less money out of my pocket. At $3.25 it still does. When I drove 70 in a 60 I'd get gas 3 times a week. Driving 60 in a 60 I stop twice a week, sometimes a 3rd at the end. At $75 a tankful that's a lot of dough at the end of a year.