No, I don't think God stoops to anger or frustration or being "mad."
I do think people make dumb decisions and then there are consequences.
If you are skiing in an area that is off limits, well, there might be problems.
If there's a plant fire, it is 99% probable it was preventable.
I heard on PRI today that even as bad as the tsunami was, only about 10,000 should have been lost. Why did we have nearly 20 times that dead? Because the barrier reefs have been eroded by over-fishing, over-shrimping and (of all things) dynamiting. Normally they would have presented interference to the waves.
The shorelines used to be miles deep with mangrove trees. Tall, strong and thick, heavy trees which would have slowed the water's force. But they've been cut down.
Before we trash modern man, this is not new. Many have unwittingly done things which have had long term effects, some devastating, some hardly noticeable, but all important, including ancient tribes, Native Americans, everyone has made errors.
Hopefully, now that we have the means to observe, learn and communicate the nature of our errors, we can hope not to repeat them.
But know, I think if God was truly "mad," a lot more of us would be in misery or gone.
Of course, I could be wrong.