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Old 04-30-2005, 03:18 PM   #251
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Dear Jaguar Convertible driver,
(Last week) When I saw your vehicle occupying 2 parking spaces at Vista, I refrained from leaving a note under your wiper about how crappy your car must be as it is obviously so hard to park. When I saw a doughy white guy in expensive clothes at the checkout being condescending to the checkout girl, I correctly pegged you as the driver. When you waddled/rushed out to your car and pulled out without looking I was not suprised. When you made the pedestrian backpeddle to get out of your way as you refused to yield I was surprised. When you passed the jeep in front of me on the right and cut him off so you could exit on Wallace Road first I was appalled. When you cut off oncoming northbound traffic so you could go southbound to wait at the red light, I was relieved the northbound driver's reflexes were quick enough to make up for you lack of turn signal. When you forced your left turn (failing to yield to northbound through traffic and again with no turn signal) I realized that the first 3 numbers on your 7 digit plate (NH) are 106. (maybe this is your blood alcohol level?)
I saw you yesterday nothbound on Wallace and your car doesn't have a front plate, required in NH. Is that so folks can't call you in as easily?
I regret not calling Bedford PD as you headed east on 101. I should have reported you as a suspected drunk just so they would be looking for you. You were on such a roll of rude and dangerous driving that I will always remember you. When next i see you in person, count on me politely and professionally telling you my assessment of your observed behaviors. This will be done in public with as many witnesses as possible.
You are a hazard and a menace and I have no respect for you.
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Old 04-30-2005, 08:28 PM   #252
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Dear non EVO lancer driver,
ps. where can i get a hat with the brim on the side like that? dork
you can get them anywhere nowadays...duh
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Old 05-01-2005, 03:34 PM   #253
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i know your car says lancer and you have 15's with some tight hub caps but i could still tow your car with mine faster than you could run it in 1/4.
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Old 06-20-2005, 03:01 PM   #254
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Dear Exterra driver:
thank you for running my friend into the median on I-95N. We are sorry for boxing you in afterwards and slowing you to 55. I'm sorry my friend threw pepsi on your girlfriend when she rolled down the window to yell at her, she has issues. And I'm also sorry the state police pulled you over for wreckless endangerment, maybe they didn't notice your tags were expired. Next time you think your 4X4 is made for NASCAR rubbing remember your not on a track and you could have killed my friend. If I see you again ( I have your plate number and I know you have SUBASE stickers. I will feed you to my dog.......balls first.
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Old 07-14-2005, 06:53 PM   #255
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Dear Light Blue Grand Marquis Driver on the Pike.


Next time you come barreling up the right lane as a line of cars is trying to pass a semi going up hill. Please remember.

I have closed the gap in front of me to 15'

Your car is 17.5' long, plus the bike attatchment on the back added another 3'

15 - 20.5 = -5.5


While I saw this coming, because well lets face it, you were driving like an ******* before this, I had no reason to think you wouldn't. I decided to take the high road and brake check the 8600 lbs excursion following me to make room for your dumb ass.

I am sure that he as well as I felt that the half a mile that I fed your ear with 114db hella supertones was well justified. I hope your AC was broken when you rolled up your window. Ass munch. Go back to New York and crawl back into your hole.
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Old 07-14-2005, 07:04 PM   #256
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I am sure that he as well as I felt that the half a mile that I fed your ear with 114db hella supertones was well justified. I hope your AC was broken when you rolled up your window. Ass munch. Go back to New York and crawl back into your hole.
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Old 07-14-2005, 08:20 PM   #257
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dear hummer h2 driver,
you are in the right turn lane that means turn right. you are not going to beat me and go straight. (nice try) dont get mad at me cuz your gas gauge moves faster than your speedometer. so how you liking those gas prices? wise investment.
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Old 07-14-2005, 10:45 PM   #258
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Dear Longmeadow Police,
Sitting past a stop sign trying to bust people for "not stopping long enough" is a great use of your police force, when 2 miles back on the same road there is a 4 way traffic signal that gets run at just about every light cycle. I'm sure it's easy to sit in your car and just hit the lights when someone doe'snt count to 5 at the stop before going, but your time would be better served if you stopped people who were running red lights at 40 mph, but that'd require actually chasing the offender down. I'm just pissed 'cuz 90% of the intersections i'm at these days someone runs a red with out fail, and like blatent full speed stuff, not the oop's it just turned red running.

(For the forums info, I was stopped for not "stopping long enough" but was "politely" warned as the cop saw the logic that i arrived at said stop with a car in front of me so i actually had stopped, and that the other direction was clear for about a 1/4 mile.)
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Old 07-15-2005, 12:12 AM   #259
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Dear Longmeadow Police,
Sitting past a stop sign trying to bust people for "not stopping long enough" is a great use of your police force, when 2 miles back on the same road there is a 4 way traffic signal that gets run at just about every light cycle. I'm sure it's easy to sit in your car and just hit the lights when someone doe'snt count to 5 at the stop before going, but your time would be better served if you stopped people who were running red lights at 40 mph, but that'd require actually chasing the offender down. I'm just pissed 'cuz 90% of the intersections i'm at these days someone runs a red with out fail, and like blatent full speed stuff, not the oop's it just turned red running.

(For the forums info, I was stopped for not "stopping long enough" but was "politely" warned as the cop saw the logic that i arrived at said stop with a car in front of me so i actually had stopped, and that the other direction was clear for about a 1/4 mile.)
Ive been puled over in longmeadow many times for little **** like that, but Ive never gotten a ticket.
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Old 07-15-2005, 01:07 AM   #260
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Dear (un-identified STATE driver),

Although I can't figure out what state you and your 12000 ton PYMPED OUT SOOPR KEWL Cadillac are from because you are so close to my rear bumper that it looks like your car is an extension of mine... I CAN determine that you are from either:
A)Massachusetts
b)New York
C)New Jersey
D)All of the above at some point

..because BEFORE the light turned green here at the intersection in east bumf##K Maine your horn was already engaged in "Where's the EFFING fire" mode. Thankfully I thought fast enough to put my car into nuetral and then yank my parking brake, stick my finger out the window, all before exiting the vehicle to check to make sure you hadn't done any damage to my rear bumper AND make you wait for the next light cycle. Remember.. the gas makes you go forward, brake makes you stop and your horn attracts shot-gun weilding rednecks, locals who would love to **** with your day cause you pissed them off and small town cops who love to write pointless tickets to aholes with itchy horn palms.

Think again before your use the horn PRE-green light.. next time I might just have the opportunity to speed dial my friend in the 3 ton dumptruck behind you to "accidently release his airbrake" into the rear end of your precious 'LAC..

Don't FK with Mainers.

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Old 07-15-2005, 01:24 AM   #261
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Sorry I'm not from your area, just had to vent a little, this thread rocks!

Dear 1994 maxima owner with two people in the front and three in the back:
Try to remember that when driving in the San Gabriel mountains (Cali.)that when the speed limit is 35mph, that they didn't make those signs to dispose of excessive steel. Just because my girlfriend was fine, doesn't mean you and your homies all have to pile in and burn rubber taking off from the parking lot to catch up with us. The next time you blow by a green 95 Subaru that' only going 35, you should probably pay attention to the signs. And when you drive through a small tunnel and go off the edge of the cliff, ending up hanging precariously over the edge, don't be surprised whe the small subaru slowly passes by because he and his g/f aren't expecting you to fly off the road so they don't notice you until they get about three miles down the road.

P.S. The only reason the cops and ambulances showed up is because my g/f looked up and noticed your car hanging over the edge and she called for help. I couldn't stop laughing at you frickin douchebags, it reminded me of an episode of C.H.I.P.S.
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Old 07-15-2005, 06:49 AM   #262
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Old 07-15-2005, 07:46 AM   #263
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Dear driver of the E46 M3,

Thanks for revving at me as I calmly passed you doing the speed limit. I was wondering what an M3 engine sounded like in neutral. Now I know it sounds like ass.

I leave you with this question: what's the difference between a porcupine and a BMW?

Love,
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Old 07-15-2005, 08:51 AM   #264
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Oh God, this thread is back again!

Dear H2 driver,
I'd like to thank you for when you tried to run me off the highway. It gave me great pleasure knowing you went through a 1/4 to 1/2 a tank of gas trying to catch me about 6 miles down the highway, and then made an ass of yourself when you didn't notice I was taking the exit as you tried to move over into my lane and push me off the road. You looked really stupid as you swereved back onto the highway and barely missed the orange barrels. I'm surprised you didn't flip over I'm sure you weren't able to see me laughing at you in my little Japanese car since it's so tiny, and you're large, American penis-extension mobile is so big and powerful, but I hope you're enjoying the gas prices!

You're pal in the little blue car that gets 300 miles for a tank of gas whereas you get 30,
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Old 07-15-2005, 11:30 AM   #265
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Dear driver of the E46 M3,

Thanks for revving at me as I calmly passed you doing the speed limit. I was wondering what an M3 engine sounded like in neutral. Now I know it sounds like ass.

I leave you with this question: what's the difference between a porcupine and a BMW?

Love,
your local friendly Subaru owner
oh i got one like that

ehhem

Dear Corvette Driver:

Thanks for reving up your car as I passed you going the opposite direction. I had my windows down but I saw you coming so I didnt got scared. It sounded very kick ass

STI driver
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Old 07-15-2005, 11:30 AM   #266
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Dear jerkoff in the roach coach,
Thanks for trying to swerve into me for God knows what reason. Then thanks for screaming and yelling your profanities at me and calling me a baby, when it was quite obvious who the baby really was. I understand that you might be upset that I passed you in the left lane on a 4 lane road, but I just like to feel the acceleration of my car. This had nothing to do with you. However you felt the need to catch up to me and scream and yell that "I know what I did". I guess accelerating is a crime now.

Once again thanks asshat, and be glad I didn't take down your plate # and report you to the cops for reckless driving.
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Old 07-16-2005, 04:57 PM   #267
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Dear Subaru Wagon Driving Maniac,

Thanks for cutting me off yesterday in Andover by swerving across Route 28 and turning through a driveway, coming back onto the road without looking. I did manage to avoid you by turning into the left lane. After putting on my blinker, I attempted to get back in the right lane (which is where I needed to be in order to continue straight at the upcoming light).

Thank you so much for speeding up so that I could not make my lane change despite the fact that I was in the left lane avoiding you and I did have the right of way. No, actually it is not proper driving to speed up to stop me from making my lane change. I admit that I probably should have stopped when I realized what you were doing. In the future I will have the sense to do so. I did finally make the lane change but your antics caused me to blow a red light which I was incredibly embarrassed and upset about. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

I was especially grateful when you hunted me down in the Wild Oats parking lot and start screaming at me like a raving maniac. The reason I was happy was because your 5 minute screaming drive-by was sufficient for me to get your plate number so I could make a report to the Andover Police about your little road rage tantrum (including threatening to cut my balls off and kill me if you ever saw me again).

The police weren't especially interested until they did some research and found that this is not the first time you have gone loony-tunes on another driver. I look forward to seeing you in court where it is unlikely you will have an opportunity to cut my balls off or kill me.

Sincerely,
Jeff

P.S. Th-th-th-at's all folks

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Old 07-17-2005, 01:32 AM   #268
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dear Guy in domestic vehicle,
Thank youfor cutting in front of me and the car next to me, almost hitting the both of us and causing me to curb my 1 month old rim. I think the gas tanker truck that was backing into the gas station our shot out of appreciated it to. Next time wait. When traffic is stopped and there is no light, there is a reason. I don't speak abudabu so don't be upset when I figured you were yelling at me. That figure just means your number one.

P.S. I am sorry I spit on your car, but it was that or beat you.
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Old 07-17-2005, 08:19 AM   #269
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Dear Inconsiderate Jeep,

When you get out of your car, is it really necessary to open the door hard enough to leave a dent in my car?
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Old 07-17-2005, 10:33 PM   #270
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Dear Marshmallow-shaped kid in Red civic SI,

just because i drove by you doing the speed limit does not mean that i want to "run for pinks". i did however love listening to mad vtak for 2 gears while you were trying so desperately to catch up to me when you pulled out after our first encounter. i now realize that the power of a civic can be explained in a simple noise to sticker ratio.

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Old 11-23-2005, 09:15 AM   #271
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Can't think of any "dear jack-hole" instances, but If figured 'tis the season, lets get this back to the top.
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Old 11-23-2005, 09:36 AM   #272
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Dear driver of the E46 M3,

Thanks for revving at me as I calmly passed you doing the speed limit. I was wondering what an M3 engine sounded like in neutral. Now I know it sounds like ass.

I leave you with this question: what's the difference between a porcupine and a BMW?


Love,
your local friendly Subaru owner
The difference between a porcupine and a BMW Is that on a porcupine the pricks are on the outside, a BMW has the pricks on the inside.



-Jason
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Old 11-23-2005, 12:06 PM   #273
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Dear Jeep Liberty Owner,

Thank you for riding on my ass for two miles in the middle lane of a three lane highway before finally passing me then swerving across two lanes of so you could get to what you thought was your exit then swerving back into the right lane at the last moment as you decided that you didn't really want to take that exit anymore.
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Old 11-23-2005, 01:11 PM   #274
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Dear Moron at the Gas station!

Giving my the hand sign to smoke my tires in the gas station parking lot is freiken stupid! Yes my car sounds and looks great (as most Subies do!), but that does not mean I will be like every other Jack A@# that is still highschool trying to spin the tires on there Dads car! I paid for my car and I am not about to abuse it for your pleasure. Plus its AWD!!!

Brian
P.S. Go spin the tires of your own car!
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Old 11-23-2005, 09:44 PM   #275
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Dear STi Owner,

Thanks for almost rearending me in the snow. Must be those summer tires...damned Subaru.

(No, seriously. Happened tonight. I couldn't stop laughing.)

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