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Old 12-09-2008, 01:28 AM   #41
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i guess next time you will watch out who you flip off or man up and pull over
And if you can't take them, don't flip them off in the first place.
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Old 12-09-2008, 01:32 AM   #42
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The best advice I ever got was unless you have a gun. don't flip someone off.
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Old 12-09-2008, 01:43 AM   #44
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I was minding my business one day, riding on a 2 lane road with a little bit of traffic doing about 40. I looked in my mirror and noticed a car coming up behind me, problem was that it didnt stop until it was literally 1 ft from my rear wheel. I could if kicked it if I put my foot back. I down shifted and got the outa the way. I gave a pretty hard stare when they went by and they slowed and stared back. At the next intersection they were next to me. The turned up the "screw" they were bangin in their 86 corolla with tons of subs. The two 18 year olds started staring at me and pounding the dash while singing the song that went like "Ill kill all dem NI%%AS, Ill kill all dem NI%%AS" over and over and over again. I really really wanted to get off and knock the out of them with the A* SP-1s, but I just ended up laughing about it. kids these days



edit: Who here carries a handgun when riding. Ive thought about it but dont wanna get in trouble when my jacket rises up and shows it to everyone lol
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ya Gixxxer, I need to take your advice.... I'm not old, but I'm not young either... 'these kids today' are insane, not like when I was a kid!

I dunno, maybe with a concealed handgun license, it might be fun to roll around with some heat.
You gave me this vision of riding without a jacket, with a gun in the back of your waistband... when your shirt flies up in back, people could see it.
Not something I'd ever do, but a good thought nonetheless.
I prefer to run if an idiot starts acting idiotic in my vicinity!
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i got chased and hit by a chrysler 300c whose mirror i knocked off cause they cut me off and then brake checked me
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ive had people try to chase me. but really if you cant get away from someone on one of our bikes then i dont know what to tell ya. unless you off the owner of a bugati veyron.
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ya Gixxxer, I need to take your advice.... I'm not old, but I'm not young either... 'these kids today' are insane, not like when I was a kid!

I dunno, maybe with a concealed handgun license, it might be fun to roll around with some heat.
You gave me this vision of riding without a jacket, with a gun in the back of your waistband... when your shirt flies up in back, people could see it.
Not something I'd ever do, but a good thought nonetheless.
I prefer to run if an idiot starts acting idiotic in my vicinity!
Kids today are 100x worse than 10 years ago. Just look at all of the news stories about what kids are doing. The story a while back about the cheerleaders inviting another chearleader over to their house and then beating her relentlessly, all of the other similar stories, and the one that takes the cake is the 8 year old that robbed another kid at school at knifepoint for his lunchmoney (1$) a few weeks back.

The overall best thing to do is to get the out of the way of people. I think alot of us still have the idea that the crazy in the cage wont pull a weapon or something. The crappy thing about having a CHL is that the only time you can pull it is when you are going to shoot someone. Intimidating someone with it will land you in jail for a while. If you cant prove that you were in fear of your life after shooting someone.............well you prob know.


END RANT. Back on topic though, one thing I learned when your trying to run from someone in a car or bike is that you NEVER slow down until you get to where you are going or atleast take a few turns out of their sight.
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:07 AM   #49
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About a year and a half ago I was doing 65 down Louetta (right past Tom's) and split lanes between a minivan and a car. At the next light (Ella) the minivan pulled up next to me on the shoulder and rolled down the window. Inside was a nice looking lady and her hot daughter. She proceeded to give me chastisement for driving like a hooligan (on a 250! and kept asking me questions like 'will your parents miss you when your dead' or 'why would you do such an idiotic thing' etc. I finally lifted my visor after about a minute of her lecture and said f-- off, lady... I don't give a . So she stuck on my rear wheel for the next few lights past Ella and I finally pulled off on Strack Rd and hit the S turn at 60 mph. When I looked back in the mirror, her van looked like she was going to flip... she must've hit the corner at 50+. Stupid was still after me. So finally I lost her when I went up cypresswood and pulled a quick turn into a neighborhood. PMS ftw But I guess I had that coming to me the way I was driving.
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Old 12-09-2008, 07:20 AM   #51
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I would of pulled over and let them all have it ,, unload and reload
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Old 12-09-2008, 07:43 AM   #52
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lol explorer kept up with you?
hahahahahhahahahaha, exactly what I was thinking.

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1. dont flip people off
2. get a much faster bike if you insist on continuing that practice.



hahaha, it was just me and my homies wanting to see if you were on MotoHouston, I was gonna hand you a card. I think you dont like us messicans, thats all.






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3. get the plate number next time.
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edit: Who here carries a handgun when riding. Ive thought about it but dont wanna get in trouble when my jacket rises up and shows it to everyone lol
I carry everywhere, if you see me, understand, I'm totin'. at ALL times, thats the way it has to be, AT ALL TIMES. this is houston and its not getting any better.
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ya Gixxxer, I need to take your advice.... I'm not old, but I'm not young either... 'these kids today' are insane, not like when I was a kid!

I dunno, maybe with a concealed handgun license, it might be fun to roll around with some heat.
You gave me this vision of riding without a jacket, with a gun in the back of your waistband... when your shirt flies up in back, people could see it.
Not something I'd ever do, but a good thought nonetheless.
I prefer to run if an idiot starts acting idiotic in my vicinity!
this single statement = you are not ready for a CCL.
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should have slowed down, let him get a lil closer, then sucked his into a wall, 'round an interchange or something.
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Old 12-09-2008, 08:26 AM   #56
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I made a drunk guy run off in a ditch a few months ago he was following real close so I speed up hit a hard s curve he went straight into a wet clay ditch it was funny I told the cop that always sits at the fire dept in my hood he laughed and went and arrested him it was awsome he told me later the guy blew a .19 he was tanked
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1) why would you go thru the trouble to flip them off but not do it in a way where you expect them to see it
2) how does an SUV keep up w/a ZX-6?
3) if you would have just left them behind and not kept slowing down to wait for them they wouldn't have been a problem
4) hope you weren't late for work
5) I've never had anyone chase me, but I've had a few cagers try to take me out
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1) why would you go thru the trouble to flip them off but not do it in a way where you expect them to see it
2) how does an SUV keep up w/a ZX-6?
3) if you would have just left them behind and not kept slowing down to wait for them they wouldn't have been a problem
4) hope you weren't late for work
5) I've never had anyone chase me, but I've had a few cagers try to take me out
Its a kawi man......is he would had a gixxer he woulda been gone.

And you should have just stayed in it lookin to get pulled over then when they come flyin by just point and say there you go officer, those four dudes been tryin to run me off the road.
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if you do have a gun you should already be thinking a little more responsible and consider the possibility that you will shoot and kill someone because you provoked the whole thing starting with a middle finger.

people really need to learn to let things go. it's not a big deal if someone was driving slower than the posted speed limit, so what if the person wont move over, so what if you got brake checked, honked at, swerved at. we ride, it happens all the time. GET OVER IT and get laid

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About a year and a half ago I was doing 65 down Louetta (right past Tom's) and split lanes between a minivan and a car. At the next light (Ella) the minivan pulled up next to me on the shoulder and rolled down the window. Inside was a nice looking lady and her hot daughter. She proceeded to give me chastisement for driving like a hooligan (on a 250! and kept asking me questions like 'will your parents miss you when your dead' or 'why would you do such an idiotic thing' etc. I finally lifted my visor after about a minute of her lecture and said f-- off, lady... I don't give a . So she stuck on my rear wheel for the next few lights past Ella and I finally pulled off on Strack Rd and hit the S turn at 60 mph. When I looked back in the mirror, her van looked like she was going to flip... she must've hit the corner at 50+. Stupid was still after me. So finally I lost her when I went up cypresswood and pulled a quick turn into a neighborhood. PMS ftw But I guess I had that coming to me the way I was driving.
you're gay. i would have asked them to come over to my place to tell me more and banged them both
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