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Old 03-20-2005, 12:44 PM   #1
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Dodge neon driver, total idiot

Just last night, almost killed two cars with one blow. Mine and some stupid kid's Neon. I was pulling around the local wawa that had fuel pumps located out front. As I was approaching the place to park I noticed a neon pulling into the fuel pump area, just happend to see it since it was red, nothing exciting. He was not getting gas though so he punched it through the pump area and caused me to slam on my brakes hard enought to activate the anti-lock system. The a**hole did not even slow down. I parked right next to him and got out before he did and gave him a piece of mind he will not forget. I normally do not do that sort of thing, but that stunt nearly cost me my vehicle. I ended the conversation by saying learn how to drive. I must have looked like a monster or something, At first all of the passengers were excited they cut off a Cobra, that was until I got ouf of it. I still think I did the right thing even thought I used more curse words that evening than I would in 3 months . It may have not been one of my best performances, but that pissed me off to the boiling point and I wanted that driver to know about it. I think it was their expressions on their faces that set me off, otherwise I would have just ignored it like I normally do.
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Old 03-20-2005, 02:22 PM   #2
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Glad to see you let them have it!! Maybe they will actually learn from this.
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Old 03-20-2005, 02:44 PM   #3
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Glad to see you let them have it!! Maybe they will actually learn from this.
highly doubtful
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Old 03-20-2005, 08:45 PM   #4
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I hope during your rant you reminded him he was driving a POS Neon.

Way to go!!
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Old 03-20-2005, 10:11 PM   #5
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glad someone was willing to say what all of us HAVE wanted to saya before... very big
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I totally understand what you did and I give you a big However, my big fear with stuff like that is that the idiot driver is carrying just waiting to Even women drivers are armed these days! I'm glad you didn't get hurt by him or his stupid neon
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Old 03-21-2005, 12:03 AM   #7
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oh man that is gay.
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Old 03-21-2005, 06:16 AM   #8
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oh man that is gay.
????? Gay would be asking the kid to kiss the snake and appologize.
telling somewone that their driving skills lack any F%^*ing common sense is not. I could care less if that driver kills someone or wrecks his car, just don't wreck my car in the process. I do not quite understand your point Casey?
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Old 03-21-2005, 06:55 AM   #9
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I totally understand what you did and I give you a big However, my big fear with stuff like that is that the idiot driver is carrying just waiting to Even women drivers are armed these days! I'm glad you didn't get hurt by him or his stupid neon
I fear nobody. Besides that, most inconviencence stores have video cameras all over the place. Packing a gun does not give one the right to drive like they own the road. I was not worried about the driver, but the other three passengers. They were just a bunch of kids, I think I left the driver in tears because he was trembling when all of them walked into the store grouped together. Hopefully they will pay attention to their actions, considering their age, probably not. I would have preferred not to be involved. I may have lost my cool, but not my temper, although through their eyes it may have looked that way. I think they got the point, However I take no pride in how it was presented.
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glad someone was willing to say what all of us HAVE wanted to saya before... very big
Sometimes things are best left unsaid. One reason I do not drive like a fool in parking lots. I could have let the horn do the talking, but that is one device I rarely use.
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Dude, don't beat yourself up for losing your cool. It was probably exactly what they needed! Who knows, if you hadn't said something and later on down the road they pulled some ---- again and they hurt someone and couldn't laugh it off and tell each other how cool they were . I'm like you, I don't lose my temper much, but when it happens...... You did the right thing.
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Sometimes things are best left unsaid.
Don't EVEN feel like what you did was wrong, bro....cause it may have been what that kid needed to hear. I'm very impressed...especially because of how kids do seem to think it's cool to "punk out" "nice" cars anyway they can...

even if it did go in one ear and out the other, you certainly shouldn't feel any remorse!
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Looking back you may think of ways it could have been handled differently. Hopefully they will think twice next time after what happened and maybe what you did will save a life or two later on down the road.
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Let me guess................you are one of those kids???
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