People are amazing. Here's a little story a friend whose son-in-law is stationed at Fort Lewis with the Ranger Battalion told me. He and about 80 other Rangers were milling around waiting for an MP to open up a back gate into McChord. A civilian went racing by in his car and never even slowed down. One of the troops bellowed out for him to slow down. The civilian stopped the car, backed up and started yelling at the troops wanting to know who told him to slow down. The man became increasingly agitated and eventually got out of his car. At that point an older and well-respected Master Sgt. approached the man and told him that the best thing that he could do would be to get back into his car and leave. The civilian got into the Sargent's face and then gave him a push almost knocking the Sarge over. Needless to say, about ten of the Rangers were on him in the blink of an eye. They had him hog-tied, subdued and crying uncle within seconds. The Pierce County Sheriff's office was called, and they hauled the guy off. What kind of guy gets that upset over just being told to slow down. If 80 Army Rangers staring him down isn't enough to make him behave rationally, what is? He could have easily pulled this manuever with someone not as well equipped to deal with him, and then what would have happened? I'm sure it would have escalated further. Anyway, I think this guy gets the moron of the year award. He's probably lucky the Troops just subdued him and waited for the Deputy.