My commute is 7 miles one way, mainly on the same road with a handful of lights thrown in to slow me down.
I was behind a man checking out himself in his vanity mirror (not judging, just conveying fact) and the light turned green. I waited all of five seconds before I went for my horn, and the person behind me went to town on theirs. My inner monologue was all " I honked, he's moving, don't honk at me!" without thinking she was just helping.
I don't know, how long do you wait? I don't like being honked at but I don't spend time in the vanity mirror either. I assume if I'm in the car everything is in order.
You might be on the Southern edge of your city but it's still a big city. Everyone honks in 3 microseconds on the East coast but not here. I've actually learned patience.
People in cars defer to pedestrians as well as eachother. I was a 4 way stop sign intersection yesterday where (as usual) we were all waving the others to go. No horns, just "nice".
I'll believe corporations are persons when Texas executes one.: LBJ's Ghost