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Old 07-23-2002, 02:30 AM   #26
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just get a HUGE lift on that 'burban and you shouldn't have that problem...plus w/ HUGE monster truck tires you could just drive over the offending vehicle

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Old 07-23-2002, 10:22 AM   #27
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Youíre a fireman right? Donít you run around with an ax or at least a leatherman? Chop the cord to the geriatric bastards colostomy bag and watch him wallow in his own excrement. Now that is sweet revenge.
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Old 07-23-2002, 11:37 AM   #28
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...no, i can't say i'm a fireman. I don't know where that came from, but i would like to say thanks for the , that made my day.
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Old 07-23-2002, 12:46 PM   #29
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Hey Noiz....Tall J was talking to me. Sorry. But ya, I like the whole axe to the body thing.
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Old 07-23-2002, 07:25 PM   #30
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If he was really nasty to you, then take this to heart:

You're going to outlive him!
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Old 07-24-2002, 01:47 AM   #31
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Old 07-24-2002, 03:12 AM   #32
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After reading this thread
Reminds me what happend at a 7-11 one day...

I just got my rex out of a bodyshop due to some stupid @$$ dented my car... I have to go through my own insurance to fix that cause it was a hit and run

I was enjoying my hotdog in my car parked so perfect that both white lines are same distance to my car. This old huge van came and parked next me me, next thing I heard is "Boom"...

First thing came to my mind is, "after this hotdog and you are not going to walk home" I decided to get my bat from the trunk and break his knee or something if he is not going to pay for the damage

Funny thing is this old man looked at me right after he hits my door and he looked SHOCKED! I mean, his eye pop open so big that they look they are falling off...

Anyways, he start his engine and start backing up... "Ha, now I can report him as hit and run and I will win any case" He moved his van and now he park on other side of my car

He came out of the car and he is old, handicaped, he needs support to walk... I feel kinda sad if I have to beat the crap out of him...

So I walk out of my car and look at him, he didn't even say a sorry or anything. I checked my car and glad nothing happend to it, so I drove away.

I start to think, what will I really do if the door is really dented...

Then this thought came to my mind...
We work our @$$ off and we get a huge tax cut
Most of our hard earn money become their senior support
So what the hell, if this every happend to me again I will RIP THEM OFF!!!
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Old 07-24-2002, 11:00 AM   #33
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I was enjoying my hotdog in my car parked so perfect that both white lines are same distance to my car. This old huge van came and parked next me me, next thing I heard is "Boom"...



Yea Umm.. I would try and stay clear of those dogs.. They cause people to comit hostile take overs you know..
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Old 07-24-2002, 11:12 AM   #34
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it's called social security, not "huge tax cut". when you are old and can't work you might appreciate it.

but yeah, if the guy dented your door he has to pay. people need to be more careful.

on a side note, did you know that in france everyone uses their bumpers to park? space is so tight, that they use their bumpers to know when to stop. i mean, if you think about it, it's not going to hurt the other car or yours as long as you push lightly and the bumper isn't painted. but if you tried that here, you would be in so much trouble! i'm sure people do it all the time here, but i've never seen it.
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Old 07-24-2002, 11:42 AM   #35
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on a side note, did you know that in france everyone uses their bumpers to park? space is so tight, that they use their bumpers to know when to stop. i mean, if you think about it, it's not going to hurt the other car or yours as long as you push lightly and the bumper isn't painted. but if you tried that here, you would be in so much trouble! i'm sure people do it all the time here, but i've never seen it.

I have witnessed this.. in a fryes parking lot.. I was shocked.. and the person just got out and went inside.. Sucks to be you if your bumper is a painted one.. I think that these old codgers need to be retested for the DL again.
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Old 07-24-2002, 12:15 PM   #36
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The DMV really needs to be stricter when it comes to taking away old folks licences. If you need a handicaped space to park, then should you be driving? Sorry if I offened anyone.
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Old 07-24-2002, 04:54 PM   #37
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I donít recommend you do this but maybe you know someone who is a little crazy and has no respect for life, the law, or personal property who needs a few bucks for a stage zero kit.
Find out where the old man lives, rip off his car, drive it through his living room and park it in his pool at 3:00 AM. A guy I used to know did this a few years ago to ďpay backĒ a sour dope deal. He is now in jail on an unrelated charge (he got away with it). Just thought Iíd throw that out there for you guys.
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Old 07-24-2002, 09:45 PM   #38
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Oh boy! Too much cooped up adolescent anger on this thread. Talk about need for some road rage and anger management therapy!

Maby I'm too old or docile, or both, but this is the tenth (10nt) car I have owned in my life, and the first one I bought new. Unfortunately I have to park on the street every night, and as you know, most people can't parallel park, so they play "bumper cars" with your car. Needless to say, in the first 6 months I had door dings, scratches etc. here and there.

WRX paint is really thin, too thin if you ask me. But, this is life! Thank god for touch-up paint. Just drive it and enjoy, and remember it will end up in a junk yard some day eventually. Don't sweat the small stuff, be happy and save your nerves.

As far as taking revenge, yeah, it could be sweat, but you will always regret it afterwards. Plus, dont stoop to that level, be cool, dont be one of the ********. Especially when dealing with geriatric department. I bet your grandpa or grandma (if you have any) dont really give a ***** about your shiny paint cause they have their metal hips, and walkers, and colostomy bags to worry about. Cut'em some slack, you'll be old someday too, god willing.

That's all from the old dude.
Just don't cross me on the road , being older I have a cooler head and bigger balls
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Old 07-24-2002, 10:01 PM   #39
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Same thing happened to me. About five years ago an old bas&*#d in a big towncar hit my car and put a big crease in the passenger side door. A ding is a ding and I understand but, this was a big crease not just a ding. I asked the guy for his insurance information he just smiled and said these things happen, then he walked into the store. I was dumbdounded, I let the anger get the best of me. I took my tire iron and proceded to smash in the side of his door.

It made me feel good and I still feel good about it today!!!
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Old 07-25-2002, 01:00 AM   #40
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Plus, dont stoop to that level, be cool, dont be one of the ********
Your right, nothing is new forever. No matter how hard I try. Come on now, group hug. SCIC, group hug, everyone in.
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Old 07-25-2002, 03:23 AM   #41
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...I let the anger get the best of me. I took my tire iron and proceded to smash in the side of his door.

It made me feel good and I still feel good about it today!!!
HA HA HA. Just imagine...a cop pulls up, and asks you to stop for a second, so he can figure out why you're doing this.

You explain that "these things happen", and that you're merely proving a point. See, it's funny now, but no matter what, payback it an absolute b i t c h. IMHO, you should fess up to you're actions, not flee or dodge the consequences...whether it be in a car accident, or paying child support.

*If you're man-enough to jump in bed, you better be man-enough to pay for the kid should it come...that's life. Take it or...well, just freakin' man up.
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