^ Also pissing me off. I went back to Indiana this weekend to help out at a charity political festival my sister organized. On my way back to Chitown this morning, I'm on Lake Shore Drive and there's an ambulance behind me with its lights and sirens on. I pull over, as I thought you were supposed to do when ambulances come through, and realize I'm the only one. The ambulance is weaving through traffic b/c none of these fucking idiots will pull over for it.
The ambulance was in my view for almost 5 full minutes. And I kept thinking "someone could have died in these 5 minutes that it took b/c people wouldn't pull over."
I don't want to get too country bumpkin-ish here, but back home when there was an ambulance, everybody pulled to a complete stop and let the ambulance go through. When an ambulance or firefighters have their sirens on and are speeding, it means someone's life is in danger. To me, them being able to get there quickly and help the person was more important than the 90 seconds I would save by not pulling over.
That really pissed me off.