Commuting to work has been the worst for a long, long time.

The opening scene from the 1993 Michael Douglas film Falling Down (above) could very well have been shot yesterday. No, I’m not talking about the 90s buzz cut or the short sleeve collared shirt, but I am talking about its spot on depiction of the hell that is gridlock.

Traffic is at a standstill, the weather is sweltering, and Michael Douglas just can’t even — to the point where he actually abandons his vehicle under an overpass to alleviate the stress of it all. And let’s be honest, we’ve all dreamt about doing the exact same thing at one time or another.

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