Maybe your government has a bad rule. Mine (in PA, and probably in NJ and NY) has the following rules.
1. Come to a full stop.
2. If someone was there before you, yield to them.
3. If you got there at the same time as someone else, yield to them if they're on the right.
The think the more important note here is that the guy with a 707 HP Challenger Hellcat is probably not driving it to work every day. Even if he were, he's a vanishingly small portion of the vehicle fleet. The frustration of the greenies over SUVs when they were incredibly popular was well placed, but losing your shit over elite musclecars is straining out a gnat to swallow a camel.
Gaming systems are much the same. I'm more annoyed with the knuckleheads who purposely turn off their energy saving features like screen blanking.
That's fine, but it doesn't belong to the people of Alaska. It's a national asset.
This just in: dcw3's yard doesn't belong to him: it's a national asset. We've just renamed it the Slashdot Valley.
The reason computer chips are so small is computers don't eat much.