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Old 05-19-2011, 01:30 PM   #1
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Did you ever whip around and chase down a cager?

Last night coming back from Twin Peaks me and my boy are turning left on a green arrow - for some stupid reason I thought we could do that.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't that mean that oncoming traffic has a RED ?!?!?!?So the guy in the outside lane coming at me - and that's what he was doing, coming AT ME - is in a convertable, (guy in the inside lane just sat there because his light was RED!!!!) jumps up IN HIS CAR and starts yelling something about, I don't know, how much he likes bikers? (not) cussing up a storm.
Even better, after our light went to red the OTHER street got a green. I wish I would have been deally runk. I would have chased him down and puked on him.
If they're in a convertable are they still a cager???
BTW - those of you who went somewhere other than TP REALLY missed out on the most beautiful girls in Texas!!!!!!!!
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Last night coming back from Twin Peaks me and my boy are turning left on a green arrow - for some stupid reason I thought we could do that.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't that mean that oncoming traffic has a RED ?!?!?!?So the guy in the outside lane coming at me - and that's what he was doing, coming AT ME - is in a convertable, (guy in the inside lane just sat there because his light was RED!!!!) jumps up IN HIS CAR and starts yelling something about, I don't know, how much he likes bikers? (not) cussing up a storm.
Even better, after our light went to red the OTHER street got a green. I wish I would have been deally runk. I would have chased him down and puked on him.
If they're in a convertable are they still a cager???
BTW - those of you who went somewhere other than TP REALLY missed out on the most beautiful girls in Texas!!!!!!!!
I've been known to go after a few of the truly stupid to inform them, politely of course, that motorcycles have as much right to the road as they do, and yes, we really do get to use the entire lane.












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you cant post that kind of stuff on MH. no matter the circumstance, the cager is ALWAYS right, according to somt.
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Last night coming back from Twin Peaks me and my boy are turning left on a green arrow - for some stupid reason I thought we could do that.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't that mean that oncoming traffic has a RED ?!?!?!?So the guy in the outside lane coming at me - and that's what he was doing, coming AT ME - is in a convertable, (guy in the inside lane just sat there because his light was RED!!!!) jumps up IN HIS CAR and starts yelling something about, I don't know, how much he likes bikers? (not) cussing up a storm.
Even better, after our light went to red the OTHER street got a green. I wish I would have been deally runk. I would have chased him down and puked on him.
If they're in a convertable are they still a cager???
BTW - those of you who went somewhere other than TP REALLY missed out on the most beautiful girls in Texas!!!!!!!!


so what you are saying is that you're ignorant and drive drunk and while sober, you are too big a to man up and whip his ? did I read that right?

yes, I have chase down on the road. even pulled a few out their window. I've calmed down in my old age, but it still is something I could be pushed to do.
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you cant post that kind of stuff on MH. no matter the circumstance, the cager is ALWAYS right, according to somt.
The cager may win the confrontation between bike and car, but he is virtually never right - and yeah, every single dumbass that has almost killed me was on the phone..
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The cager may win the confrontation between bike and car, but he is virtually never right - and yeah, every single dumbass that has almost killed me was on the phone..
Assylumps is just mad because years ago he told a super cool story about knocking a truck's mirror off, and like cbrwayne and his knee down story - mike thought he was gonna get a bunch of "cool story, bro"s but instead got flamed, bad.

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Assylumps is just mad because years ago he told a super cool story about knocking a truck's mirror off, and like cbrwayne and his knee down story - mike thought he was gonna get a bunch of "cool story, bro"s but instead got flamed, bad.

ha!
yup, douche in a diesel acted a fool and he got his come-uppins. people here whined about it, A LOT. i dont feel the least bit bad about it either. i was rather heated.
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yup, douche in a diesel acted a fool and he got his come-uppins. people here whined about it, A LOT. i dont feel the least bit bad about it either. i was rather heated.
but it was a hilarious thread.

Ive busted mirros, broken windows and smack some hoods in my day.
Only thrown one punch to flesh from a street incident, though.
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The guy didn't hit me or anything, just came close and went NUTS. And I don't every ride drunk. Actually I don't drink . . . . . . (yeah yeah) BUT - I'm not into wrecking the guys stuff unless he wrecks mine first - but a good stinky mess would have been fitting.
As far as manning up - well, the dude looked soft and I think being in a car made him feel bigger than he was and I don't hit girls unless they have a gun pointed at me.
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I also had a pretty well marked bike and was concerned about retaliation. It just doesn't relieve much frustration when all you do is stomp your feet in your garage.
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The guy didn't hit me or anything, just came close and went NUTS. And I don't every ride drunk. Actually I don't drink . . . . . . (yeah yeah) BUT - I'm not into wrecking the guys stuff unless he wrecks mine first - but a good stinky mess would have been fitting.
As far as manning up - well, the dude looked soft and I think being in a car made him feel bigger than he was and I don't hit girls unless they have a gun pointed at me.
this guy is cracking me up. for all the wrong reasons . hahaha
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I started jumping up and down yelling "KILL, KILL" and the sargent walked in, patted me on the back, send me down the hall and said, "yer our boy."
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I started jumping up and down yelling "KILL, KILL" and the sargent walked in, patted me on the back, send me down the hall and said, "yer our boy."
nice. they sent me to GroupW bench.
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I don't "ever" . . . . type-o
I'ts spearly stuipd to dride runk kuz ya smite crash up.
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Had a guy turn in front of me one time I came very close to t-boning so I lose my mind and decide to turn around for a little chit chat. When I pull into the parking lot the car is just sitting in the middle of the lot not parked, so I pull up next to the car and "tink, tink, tink," on his window with my glove. He turns and looks at me and its a 16y.o. kid balling his eyes out. So that pretty much took the wind out of my sail. lol.
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Had a guy turn in front of me one time I came very close to t-boning so I lose my mind and decide to turn around for a little chit chat. When I pull into the parking lot the car is just sitting in the middle of the lot not parked, so I pull up next to the car and "tink, tink, tink," on his window with my glove. He turns and looks at me and its a 16y.o. kid balling his eyes out. So that pretty much took the wind out of my sail. lol.
. at least it sunk in what he had done and hopefully he became a more cautious driver from that experience.
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