I agree with the frustrations expressed above regarding traffic lights at intersections and turning lanes. However, there are many such circumstances when I am first in line when I intentionally wait for a few seconds to be certain that oncoming crossing traffic is actually going to stop. A long history of surviving riding motorcycles has conditioned me to be very wary of anything that is moving ahead of me, or could begin to move, when I approach a potential point of impact. Jumping a green light is a sure way to get killed if the last inattentive jackass tries to sneak through at the end of a yellow light. There are two parallel roads near my home that are only about 500’ apart. They both intersect with a very busy 4-lane road. It is very common to see vehicles completely miss the first traffic light and blow through the first intersection and stop at the second light. If I am the first in line when the traffic light changes, I will wait until I am absolutely certain that both oncoming lanes are going to stop before I enter the intersection. There have been many grizzly wrecks where people get T-boned at that intersection. I have been honked at more than once when the light turned green. But I am alive to tell the story. Considering all of the above, I have a real problem with people that take their good old time and dawdle while turning through a busy intersection. They have no thought or consideration for all of the other vehicles behind them waiting to make it through the same intersection. I have been known to say bad words when I get stuck waiting for another cycle because of some numbnuts that is oblivious of, or just doesn’t care about, the world around him.