I was almost home from work tonight on Wilson Road, which is the last road before my apartment complex, when I noticed a truck behind me. I watched him in my mirror as usual to make sure he moved into the other lane (there are 2 in each direction) and got a little concerned when he didn't since there were no other vehicles on the road besides the two of us. Two or 3 minutes went by as he approached me and I started to worry and watch him more closely. Wouldn't he have moved over by know if he had seen me? Then, finally, a good 2 or 3 truck-lengths behind me, i.e. still plenty of time to move into the other lane and pass me, he starts honking his horn. "Ah, good," I thought to myself, "he sees me." The honking, now accompanied by tail-gating since he had caught up with me, continued off and on for the next 2-3 minutes until I reached my turn-off. Following my usual routine, I gave the "slowing/stopping" hand signal and then the "right turn" hand signal. This apparently angered his inner child even more than it already was, because he laid on the horn and didn't stop this time. I continued with my turn and rode into my apartment complex, noting with amusement that the honking didn't stop until a good 10-15 seconds later. I'm sure the other drivers who hadn't seen me (since he was far past my street by then) were wondering what the heck was wrong with this guy.
This idiot wanted to cause a scene, which he did plenty of, and scare me, which he fortunately did not. I used to motion toward the other lane in this type of situation, but now I don't even bother with that. My thinking is that if you're too stupid to figure out how to change lanes, you deserve to wait behind me. I also realized that, contrary to popular belief, honking from aggressive drivers is not bad at all; it's actually good, because it means they see me. After that, if any of them did have the audacity to hit me, I'd have a pretty clear case for assault instead of a simple failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.