Waiting at Ben Boyd road/military road intersection (heading towards to water on ben boyd), the traffic was fairly heavy heading outbound along military road. I was sitting there, enjoying the sun for the first time in a few minutes, as usual thanking god that the Across hasn't broken down yet, when I see a scooter rider in the middle lane stop at the intersection (traffic was banked up). I also see Mr. Big Knob in his white landcruiser (late model with bullbar and what not) bearing up behind him rather fast. I'm thinking "oh shit, here we go". At the last second Mr. Big Knob in his white landcruiser slams the brakes on, hitting the scooter rider just enough to give him/her (couldn't tell) a shunt forward. I waved my arms in the air in disgust and was all like "OMGWTFPOTATO". To my astonishment, the scooter rider just continued on like nothing had happened. Mr. Big Knob didn't seem to car, either. Although the scooter took off with a bit of hesitation, it seemed utterly undeterred from riding and was making no indication of stopping to confront the driver. The driver quite literally didn't give half a shit about what he had just done. I'm sorry, but damage or no, i would have been livid and probably had hit the driver for six, stupid asshole. I know there's been quite a few threads about people being 'shoved' or 'nudged' by cars, but that scooter rider could have been dead if Mr. big knob didn't take his head out of his ass and focus on driving for that split second. When did people become so placid? When did this become ok? If he had been lane splitting this would never had happened, of course.