rage rage
n. Anger directed at people who commit acts of road rage, air rage, and so on.

Example Citation:
"It is important that we are not drawn into the trap of believing that conditions such as 'road rage', 'air rage' and now 'computer rage' exist in their own right: they are merely buzz terms used to describe bad behaviour for which the perpetrator must accept responsibility.

Any who seek to disagree with this view could of course argue that I suffer from 'rage rage', a condition into which, sadly, I have no insight."
—Luke Birmingham, "All the rage," The Times (London), June 11, 1999

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