I live in Southern California. I learned to drive in Chicago. And this is where I saw the first example of a beginning to World Peace. Learning to drive in Chicago is a good thing. It helps cope with the random lane changes, slowdowns, and inexplicable brake lights that you find on the Southern California freeways every three seconds. Driving in Chicago, throughout all the seasons of the year, is a more daunting and skilled endeavor but surprisingly more organized and civil. In Chicago, when I was younger, driving was a clearly shared experience. Side street shortcuts and caked vehicular chaos on every on-ramp are just two of the dozens of unpleasantries that every commuter in Chicago has to face….