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Old 10-12-2011, 01:29 PM   #41
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Why not start a poll and ask how many think you are a for what you did?
LOL you just won't quite.

Luckily I have dealt with plenty of people like you. Your type are pretty easy to outsmart.
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NO, it's not. Not even close. Moving another persons car dosn't damage it.
Is it right to move someone's property without permission??
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What would a man do? Please enlighten me?


Also please tell me where you people live so I can move your motorcycles around and see how you like it.
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It would take a whole of a lot for me to key someone's car. It just feels like a personal violation I can't commit. Sure, someone touching my bike is a violation, but I get at them because they're too stupid to understand that it's a violation. What would it say about the man I am if I were to intentionally do something I get at other people for accidentally doing?


I had to leave a note once because my son let the wind pull his door open and he left a scuff on the adjacent truck. I was furious with my son and embarrassed for allowing something so stupid to occur under my watch. I couldn't imagine marking someone's vehicle on purpose.
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I don't. I see it as me being a teacher and the guy learning a lesson on respecting other people's property. Confronting him would not have made a difference. There are too many stupid people in the world like you that have no reasonable logic.


Remember for every action there is a reaction. My bike was fine where it was. He moved it. Then I had to react.


Violence is not the answer.


And yes if someone moves my bike again, I will key their vehicle.

Don't want it to happen? Don't touch my bike. Simple.

OK, that is silly logic. You didn't react....you acted like a 16 year old female. (are you a 16 year old female??)
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Violence is not the answer.


And yes if someone moves my bike again, I will key their vehicle.

Don't want it to happen? Don't touch my bike. Simple.
Neither is property distruction you idiot. You behaved like a child, and obviously think like a child. It's really quite pathetic. My 4 year old knows better than that...

So far, this thread says alot about you, and it's nothing good.
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I wish you had narrowed South Florida down a bit. I would like to help the Jeep owner locate the little girl who scratched his Jeep.
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Gay. I might have keyed his car but it would have been with him standing right there watching me do it.
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LOL you just won't quite.

Luckily I have dealt with plenty of people like you. Your type are pretty easy to outsmart.
Yeah, it's easy to "outsmart" someone if you hide in the shadows and don't let them know who they're dealing with.
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a man would have calmly gone up the man and asked. if he reply no give him the benifet of the doubt due to your lack of evidence. let him know that you dont approve of who ever move your bike. talk about how you would have loved to catch them in the act so you could slap his . WHO EVER IT MAY BE. look him in the eye when you say it. let him know you mean business. and then ask him to keep an eye out for you. now if he would have admitted it. go the off on his . he gets a problem with it settle up like our grandfathers did. knock the mother out.
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i think what he did and what you did were both moves. but the fact is, you if you wanted to teach a lesson, you should have manned up and told him not us. if you don't tell him, why tell us? it is like talking behind people's backs.
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a man would have calmly gone up the man and asked. if he reply no give him the benifet of the doubt due to your lack of evidence. let him know that you dont approve of who ever move your bike. talk about how you would have loved to catch them in the act so you could slap his . WHO EVER IT MAY BE. look him in the eye when you say it. let him know you mean business. and then ask him to keep an eye out for you. now if he would have admitted it. go the off on his . he gets a problem with it settle up like our grandfathers did. knock the mother out.
Sounds right to me
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The right move should have been to move his Jeep somewhere else. I think everyone would have given you thumbs up for that.

But the problem is that your bike wasn't damaged. Scratching their paint was a bit over kill IMO...
My old duty station some LCPL parked in the Company Gunnys spot. Old Gunny Gagnon pulls up in his Chevy...see's there is a Jeep wrangler in his spot.

Gunny pulls up behind the jeep gets out, hooks up a tow rope to the jeep and his truck and pulls the jeep to another spot. Old Gunny Gagnon unhooks the tow ropes, puts them away and parks in his spot to go with the rest of his day.

That is how to handle someone parking on your spot.
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I'll bet you were not expecting this feedback from your stupid story. Stop defending yourself and just let the thread go away................
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It would take a whole of a lot for me to key someone's car. It just feels like a personal violation I can't commit. Sure, someone touching my bike is a violation, but I get at them because they're too stupid to understand that it's a violation. What would it say about the man I am if I were to intentionally do something I get at other people for accidentally doing?


I had to leave a note once because my son let the wind pull his door open and he left a scuff on the adjacent truck. I was furious with my son and embarrassed for allowing something so stupid to occur under my watch. I couldn't imagine marking someone's vehicle on purpose.

That was very noble of you.


I dunno. I just have a very quick temper. If someone does or says something wrong to me I usually fly into a blind and explosive rage.


Also thanks to some of the PM's from peeps giving me positive responses.
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Is it right to move someone's property without permission??
No, it's not. But as I teach my kids, two wrongs don't make a right.

Let me guess, parents didn't give enough attention? Daddy stuck it in the corn hole?

How many people need say you were wrong for you to understand? I bet a thousand could tell you and you still think your in the right.

A YOUNG childs mentality...but maybe your a special needs kid.
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I had an ex-girl friend that keyed one of my cars but she was a young dumb little .
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