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Discussion in 'Vehicle Laws' started by Frank Costanza, Apr 14, 2011.
"Hey there, good looking!"
From a practical standpoint, if you are voicing your sentiments over the PA, are you not encouraging some road rage? If you merely give someone the finger, is it not in the back of your head that when you pull into a parking spot that the person you did that to might want to physically address the issue with you? The PA might antagonize someone even more. There are a-hole drivers and bikers everywhere. We all know this and deal with it. But do you need to encourage a fight?
One man's obscenity is another man's english. I couldn't care less if you call someone an asshole over your PA, I only wish I take that call so I can ask "So are you?" to the pussy who complains about it. But, you will probably draw negative attention to yourself and who needs that shit?
"We'll be back to pick you up later!"
What was the name of that product??
Mr. Microphone! Yup, I'm outed as an old fart
Thank you....that would have bugged me for the rest of the day.
HAHA, no problem. I am a fountain of useless knowledge! Cliff Clavin was a hack!
Why ask for touble?Its just not worth it. I go through this crap with my girlfriend....We'll be out somewhere and some douchebag does something stupid( cuts in front of us, doesnt signal,whatever) and she HAS to clare the horn.Its pointless but she doesnt get that. Its one thing if someone is drifting into your lane and youre trying to warn him /her/it off but otherwise I just see it as upping the ante. IM not LE but I always have a pistol with me and I dont need to get iinto the soup over something stupid. It ALL COMES BACK TO COMMON SENSE and NOT BEING A DOUCHEBAG.
Excellent advice....when you're tempted to retaliate to a road rage incident, watch the movie to the end, and ask yourself what possible good could come of it. The movie Titanic was a great romantic love story.....until the ship hit the iceberg and ended up on the bottom of the Atlantic.
I've followed one road rager while off-duty, and only because I was on the phone to the station to get a marked cruiser to stop him, so I could lock him up for OTE, he was driving like such a lunatic.
When I was a kid I had a friend who routinely would lean halfway out the car window as he approached a bicycle rider and scream as loud as he could as the car passed. It was pretty friggen funny.
I remember a guy who did that in the Storrow Drive Tunnel one night and got decapitated by one of those fire hose connections that stick out from the side.
Darwin workin' his magic :smug:
I had a friend in high school who invented a game called "so close", to see how close they could get to a cyclist. Yeah, he's a full time LEO now.
When you're driving it's always been the passengers responsibility to address bicycle issues. That's the real reason your door opens.
He was just perfecting his driving skills !!