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Old 09-17-2011, 11:02 PM   #21
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I mean really, do you want people in cages hatin on bikes worse then
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Petty revenge only begets more of the same. If the person deserved it, then guilt only makes the defensive posture worse. Dont get me wrong I've wanted to do the same sometimes, but if I'm p*ssed enough to do it then I can have the stones to do it while still on the road, not wait until they're parked -and I'm not dumb enough to pick a fight with a moving car.

In this case the driver was simply inattentive. Yes, inattentive drivers range from irritating to life-threatening. Going on a crusade to stop them is uttely futile. My real frustration comes from the angry drivers who do things on purpose. When people do things intentionally to put others' safety in danger - hael, bash anything on their car you want to.
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How easy we judge people.. what if person driving car would had been your mom, and she made the mistake and cut me off.. should you be ok with me fuc**img up her car?

This guy was a moron, and this is plane road rage.. this is just dumb and immature
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I have a scale of 1-4 for drivers that cut me off.

4- they are driving responsibly put on a blinker and move to my lane I will be more forgiving and cut them a little bit of slack

3- they are driving responsibly until they do not use a blinker and move to my lane my blood pressure rises a bit

2 -they just switch lanes with no warning it goes a bit higher

1- speaking on a cellphone or texting and switching lanes without warning, all bets are off after that and that is when I can go ballistic
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Bit of a move. Either let it go or confront them.
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I have a scale of 1-4 for drivers that cut me off.

4- they are driving responsibly put on a blinker and move to my lane I will be more forgiving and cut them a little bit of slack

3- they are driving responsibly until they do not use a blinker and move to my lane my blood pressure rises a bit

2 -they just switch lanes with no warning it goes a bit higher

1- speaking on a cellphone or texting and switching lanes without warning, all bets are off after that and that is when I can go ballistic
+1 my thoughts exactly
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If you cant dodge cars you shouldn't be on a bike , you wana be seen get a monster truck.
Still not a gauarantee. I had a dumbass in a minivan try to change lanes into me yesterday. My front bumper was ahead of his and he almost smoothed himself right into my passenger door - on a lifted F250. I had to lean on the horn and hold it to wake his dumb up.
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Fact is most ppl in this thread who are hating dont commute daily...I live in the Galleria...asshat central.
Dude, you thought that was cool? Rider was a straight . Waited 'til the driver got out and left to vandalize his car. Straight hoe-move, and the initial "cutting-off" wasn't even that bad.
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No he should of done it when the driver was there...not waiting.
Yeah, that was pure cowardice.
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No . I was watching that vid waiting for the "revenge". I've punched mirrors before.

If the asshat at West/Telge driving the F250 about a month ago is on here, that was me. I smashed your passenger mirror with my fist. Yeah it smarted but it was worth it.


(fyi, he was merging over on me and woudnt stop)
so braking or accelerating was out of the question? i guess all you had time for was to smash his mirror
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No . I was watching that vid waiting for the "revenge". I've punched mirrors before.

If the asshat at West/Telge driving the F250 about a month ago is on here, that was me. I smashed your passenger mirror with my fist. Yeah it smarted but it was worth it.


(fyi, he was merging over on me and woudnt stop)

pretty smart putting this on here that you commited a crime.
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1.) You guys call that a cut off? Try it at 80 mph, and the car is coming across 3 lanes of traffic. This situation was pretty small, and the rider should have confronted the driver if it were that big of a deal.

2.) You call that revenge? Lmao.
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Old 09-21-2011, 08:22 AM   #40
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Had a guy in a Silverado do that to me (Hwy 6 near Clay). I stopped and confronted him. He told me (in front of his family) that he was trying to kill me, and was that he didnt succeed.

Somehow, I kept calm enough that I didnt fire bomb his truck.
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