This afternoon I saw something very disturbing. I was about to come out of my subdivision onto a road that has 5 lanes and a cement median. An ambulance was coming my way from my left. It was about a block away, just at an intersection. Almost everyone had moved out of its way, except for a big 4x4 pickup truck. Instead of moving over, the driver turned left, went into the oncoming traffic lane, and drove an entire city block against oncoming traffic, just to turn into a bicycle repair shop on the other side, which is normally accessed by way of the turn lane a block up the street! In short, picking up his bicycle was more important than anyone's safety, and those coming toward him were forced to move aside. At what point did I miss out on that change in the law?! Am I going to have to worry about bicycle pick up being more important than my safety or that of an ambulance? Is the sidewalk going to be the next 'no man's land'?! Will it be open season on pedestrians?