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Old 09-24-2010, 11:00 AM   #21
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Old 09-24-2010, 11:04 AM   #22
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yea i know im always lookin ahead and have an exit plan ready so it wuz easy to dodge and get out the way than i wuz gone! i wuz just wondering im actully really relaxed and never angry especially on the bike but if there is one thing that i can stand it is stupid drivers. that dont realize they could really mess somebody up pullin that sh$t! so i wuz wonderin how others handle it. and if any of yall had yalls on way of punishment!
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Old 09-24-2010, 11:13 AM   #23
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if people were more aware of their surroundings and drove defensively and also considerately, there's not much reason to get cut off.

it goes both ways.

isn't it funny how all the worst drivers are out when you are in a hurry. Maybe, sometimes we should just look in the mirror and point the finger right back at ourselves.

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thats actually disneys version Hakuna Matata in Swahili actually means to live with no worries just sayin. any your right alot of the times we should be pointin the finger in the mirror!
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Old 09-24-2010, 11:24 AM   #24
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I had a tailgater not to long ago on 59N. Lets just say that guy didn't have a good day. I must f*ck with him from Sugar Land to Beltway. His Honda had nothing on this Gixxer!
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Old 09-24-2010, 11:30 AM   #25
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i just learned a serious lesson on this the other day on 610. box the size of a refrigerator flew out of the back of a truck with a bunch of packing peanuts, and was headed right for my face. i had to swerve around it and stay in my lane because of traffic. so of course i had to let the driver know i was and came up by his window and flipped him of...he rolls down his window and i maintain the bird. next time i looked over he had a pistol, and tried to chase me down 610. about 30 seconds later when i was so far ahead he didn't have a chance to catch up i thought "why the didn't i just do that in the first place?" stupid, and not worth it.
Thats when I reach inside my jacket and pull out teh glock 27. (yes thats a .40) My pocket for my jacket is on my right side. So, throttle hand is good while left hand draws. It first PERFECT inside that pocket, I recommend that gun to anyone who wants to conceal carry on a bike. Not a fan of glock but that thing is awesome for concealment
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Old 09-24-2010, 11:40 AM   #26
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i keep a hand full of ball bairings in my jacket pocket for people like that. but they're right, the truck will win. shrug it off and leave it alone.
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Old 09-24-2010, 12:14 PM   #27
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Thats when I reach inside my jacket and pull out teh glock 27. (yes thats a .40) My pocket for my jacket is on my right side. So, throttle hand is good while left hand draws. It first PERFECT inside that pocket, I recommend that gun to anyone who wants to conceal carry on a bike. Not a fan of glock but that thing is awesome for concealment
hmm...as badass as a motorcycle shoot out sounds, i think that would only go well in the movies lol. i sould've reported his for deadly conduct but i was pretty surprised and got the outta there lol
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Old 09-24-2010, 12:36 PM   #28
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lol welcome to the jungle player , if you want smooth sailing get a boat
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you did the best thing , just get out of there & if possilbe get the license plate & call authorities.
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i just learned a serious lesson on this the other day on 610. box the size of a refrigerator flew out of the back of a truck with a bunch of packing peanuts, and was headed right for my face. i had to swerve around it and stay in my lane because of traffic. so of course i had to let the driver know i was and came up by his window and flipped him of...he rolls down his window and i maintain the bird. next time i looked over he had a pistol, and tried to chase me down 610. about 30 seconds later when i was so far ahead he didn't have a chance to catch up i thought "why the didn't i just do that in the first place?" stupid, and not worth it.
I'd call this in.. Which is an assault charge. First he'd loose his gun. And if he has a CHL, they'll revoke it. And all that have a gun knows they aren't cheap and if you have a CHL, you don't want to loose it like that because may not get it back. So I'd taught him a lesson. Well the law would have.
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Old 09-24-2010, 02:44 PM   #31
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I'd call this in.. Which is an assault charge. First he'd loose his gun. And if he has a CHL, they'll revoke it. And all that have a gun knows they aren't cheap and if you have a CHL, you don't want to loose it like that because may not get it back. So I'd taught him a lesson. Well the law would have.
very true .
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Old 09-24-2010, 03:06 PM   #32
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Wouldn't recommend throwing ball bearings or a spark plug. Doesn't turn out the way you think it will....


Hope the guy I did it too didn't hafta pay for much....
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Old 09-24-2010, 03:20 PM   #33
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dumb question, how does the spark plug thing work?
i've heard of it, but never seen it done.

i just keep a few ball bearings with me.
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How do you know he thought it was funny, and doing it on purpose? Sorry, you just left that kind of open.
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Old 09-24-2010, 06:44 PM   #35
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Take it from me you run like !!!!!
Cages crush bikes and cops always believe the cager esp if you are on a sport bike.
Had a guy run me off the road then flee. Didn't realize when I went down it exposed my holster. When the cops finally caught the guy he claimed I had tried to hold him at gun point. They believed him I spent $8,000 and over a year fighting a deadly conduct charge. Finally won about a month 1/2 ago.
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Don't listen to all these people. You fight fire with fire. Next time strap up. If some fool in a truck wants to play around, pull right up to his window and put a hot one right between the eyes.

Then you can go about your day.
lol. untill i blow any chance away of justifiable homicide by leaving the scene, and even if you win civil court's gonna run ya about 100k
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dumb question, how does the spark plug thing work?
i've heard of it, but never seen it done.

i just keep a few ball bearings with me.
The ceramic used to make spark plugs (aluminium oxide ceramic) is a lot harder than glass on the Mohs scale (scale of mineral hardness). You don't have to throw the whole spark plug, all you need is the little bits of ceramic, in fact a piece about the size of your fingernail would probably shatter the glass. Kind of how diamonds can cut into hard materials.
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kind of hard for them to chase you with no windshield, drop the spark plug and haul .
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kind of hard for them to chase you with no windshield, drop the spark plug and haul .
You can't break laminated safety glass (windshield) with spark plug ceramic, only works on the tempered glass used in the doors.
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