Once again I got sqwaked at by a rural homeowner for driving too fast past his house and kicking up dust on the gravel road. I was at about 15 mph. Started me thinking about how states like mine with extremely high rural miles, are a financial drain on more populated states that carry us. Nowadays, probably 80 % of the country stops I deliver are not farm and ranch enterprises, which we all need out there, it's people who are simply choosing to live out there, but how no idea how much it really costs to service them. In reality there are millions of city dwellers, paying exorbitant shipping rates, so these rurals can get manageable fees, riding on the coattails of farmers. And now they want to drive those costs even higher by demanding we crawl down the road simple for reasons of dust control. Well, shouldn't that be regarded as their problem? Get your road sprayed, pave it, or move! But stop sniveling about dust when you are already getting a service everyone else pays for! Am I wrong here?