Well, yes. We do.
We hate idiots who drive slowly in the left lane. Celebrities. Politicians (a lot). People who run into you because they have to constantly check their BlackBerries because, God knows, the "LOL" text message they're getting is more important than watching where they're going.
Dick Meyer, formerly of CBS and now head of digital media for NPR, knows all this. People constantly write to him about their gripes about modern American life, and there seem to be an infinite number of them. So Meyer wrote Why We Hate Us: American Discontent in the New Millennium, a cranky, funny, insightful book about our self-loathing and why it exists. He also offers some suggestions on how to be, you know, happy.
Click right here to read my interview with him. And remember, if you're going 40? GET OUT OF THE LEFT LANE.