One article piqued by interest, and my usual anger.
Nigel Humphries, from the Association of British Drivers, told BBC Radio Five Live he was "appalled" by the apparent bombing campaign.
He added: "In fact, it makes us feel a bit guilty that we haven't campaigned hard enough on the legitimate front against the things that we oppose, to do with criminalising and bullying motorists and because of our failure to campaign hard enough, somebody's had to resort to this."
Had to resort to it? Could they not live with the possibility of a speeding fine (gosh who knew speeding was illegal and dangerous!) or high fuel bills (because without driving everywhere the world would come to an end)? Was that just too much to take? Sorry but I am not very sympathetic to motorists at the best of times but suggesting that the situation for them is so bad people "have to" resort to bombing innocent people is a stretch too far!
In the world of mox: We've all wished someone dead I'm sure, but devoting a blog to the death of others should rightly be illegal.
Keep thinking happy thoughts.