Had some great weather here in northern Indiana on Memorial Day, so my wife wanted to go for a ride. Being that it was Memorial Day and I hadn't been to the cemetery in a while to clean my Dad's head stone (he served in the early '60s) I decided we would ride there first. As we were riding down a 4-lane road approaching an intersection (we had the green light), I saw a car make a right turn in front of us and not knowing their intention I slowed down. Glad I did. Just as we got to them they moved left into our lane - no blinker or anything. There was just enough time for me to veer to the right lane and miss them (we were doing around 35 or so, and they were doing around 15 would be my guess). There wasn't time for me to honk the horn or anything, so as I veered to the right lane I revved the bike to let him know that he almost ran me over. So we get to the next light and he (it was an older guy, probably around 80) decided he should roll down his window and yell and me for his stupidity. He didn't care or want to hear that his carelessness could cost somebody their life, and it quickly became a heated discussion. Then he decided to attack my patriotism, on Memorial Day no less, by saying that I've probably never served my country (which I have - '85 to '89). I try to be civil, but I was wishing he was 40 years younger so I could 'educate' him on the error of his ways. Cranky old ba$tard. End of rant.