AgreeI used to feel that way too...Now, I'm not so sure.
Looking around at the world, I think it's easy to jump on the "Everyone is an *******" train, and I can't really blame anyone for feeling that way. But, I don't think it does enough to address the fact that there are really, truly, abysmally terrible people in the world who actually do very bad things, and that the vast majority of the people you meet on the street do NOT fall into that category. To some extent, pushing all the strangers who might not be as friendly as you'd like them to be under the umbrella of "Bad People" even trivializes the fact that some seriously ****ed up people are out there doing seriously ****ed up things.
Besides, when you meet a stranger, you don't really know what their life is like...You don't know the panorama of circumstances that has lead them to that moment. Life is hard on everyone, after all, and there's always the possibility that they are going through a really rough time, or even just a mildly annoying day, and don't really feel like stopping and making jovial chit-chat.
So, that's all to say, most people really aren't as bad as we tend to make them out. I think most are basically good and innocent, actually.