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Old 05-23-2013, 11:20 PM   #3476
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Dear most drivers on my way to and from work.
The sign clearly indicates that YOUR lane ends, so either speed up or slow down to merge dont just sit next to me doing the same speed and honk when your lane ends because I didn't go out of my way to make a gap for you in MY lane.
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Oh my gosh, yes!


Dear driver of the white Acura RSX,

When you fly up the lane for Rt. 80, then try to cut into the lane for Rt.15, people tend to get annoyed. It made my day when 3 other drivers and I bunched up to prevent you from merging. That day was dampened when you proceeded to race past all of us and cut off someone further up. My day was made again when I caught up to you 5 miles later on a two lane road stuck behind a pickup truck going 10 MPH under the limit. Thanks for indicating that I was "number one" when you got the green arrow.

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Get a life


Dear everyone,

How do you all suddenly forget how to drive in the rain?!?!

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Old 05-24-2013, 05:11 PM   #3477
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Dear f-150,

Thank you for continuously stoping on my ass on those hills. I know that they weren't the biggest hills but not everyone is driving an automatic like you, and I still roll back on them. Although you did help me get better at starting on hills.

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Old 05-24-2013, 08:52 PM   #3478
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Dear f-150,

Thank you for continuously stoping on my ass on those hills. I know that they weren't the biggest hills but not everyone is driving an automatic like you, and I still roll back on them. Although you did help me get better at starting on hills.

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This. Every person driving an auto.
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Old 05-28-2013, 04:30 PM   #3479
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Dear grandma,
Please, please stop not listening to my advice concerning your car. Also, please don't stop and turn your car off on a narrow two lane street when your ****ty GM factory security system has a history of not letting the car start.

Dear dumbass on the bike,
Do you really think I would stop on a narrow street like this for fun and laughs? Thanks to my grandmother, my battery is dead. Go run into a garage door of dicks.

Yours,
The Mediocre Jimmy
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Old 05-28-2013, 09:01 PM   #3480
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This. Every person driving an auto.
My subaru is an auto
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:37 AM   #3481
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Dear ****ty civic,

I was just pulling Into the gas station, well to get gas..I wasn't comin to race you or your friend in the integra so please don't almost hit me as I pull In the station because u want to attempt to do a burn out while leaving the station.

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Old 05-29-2013, 01:40 PM   #3482
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Dear New Neighbor (With an Impreza that looks almost identical to mine),

Please stop the a$$hattery in my neck of the woods. The other residents HAVE noticed, they HAVE called the cops, and I have now gotten pulled over for YOUR bulls#!t. Believe me, the next time I see you, I will not give you a wave of subie solidarity, but rather the finger you so definitely deserve.

GFY,

Your responsible neighbor.
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:31 PM   #3483
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Dear ricer,

Please stop trying to race me on the highway while i go to work at night. Its not because i got dual exhaust that my 2.5i is turbocharged.

Thanks
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Old 05-31-2013, 08:48 PM   #3484
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Dear f-150,

Thank you for continuously stoping on my ass on those hills. I know that they weren't the biggest hills but not everyone is driving an automatic like you, and I still roll back on them. Although you did help me get better at starting on hills.

Sincerely,
Subaru driver
That is how i got better on hills, this is my 5th week driving standard and everyone has been riding my ass since i got a standard...
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:11 PM   #3485
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^ what I do is intentionally roll back so as ALMOST enough to hit them, and that almost always will keep them from stopping so close. Some people honk haha but its their own fault, idiots

... Just make sure you don't stall
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Old 06-01-2013, 09:42 AM   #3486
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Shout out to the white leggy on 95s yesterday!

Holla at yo boy kid. Yes, we both drive subies. Yes, we both have loud exhausts. No, you do not have to pull a ricer fly-by - and then proceed to weave in and out of traffic, to get my attention. Endangering others in that fashion is just childish. Throwing some deuces would have sufficed.

Holla youngin.
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Old 06-01-2013, 11:46 AM   #3487
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^ what I do is intentionally roll back so as ALMOST enough to hit them, and that almost always will keep them from stopping so close. Some people honk haha but its their own fault, idiots

... Just make sure you don't stall

I hear ya. When I first started hill starts with a car on my ass used to stress the hell out of me.
Now I dont roll back at all, but if someone is on my ass Ill let it roll a few inches to let em know not everyone drives automatics
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Old 06-01-2013, 02:34 PM   #3488
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So much **** on the roads this afternoon...
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Old 06-01-2013, 02:35 PM   #3489
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Dear everyone these past few days,


Just because its 90 degrees out doesnt mean you can go 90 on the highway, 30!!!!! On the highway, run stops signs everywhere, slam on your brakes to make your turns late, not signaling and sporadically making a u turn the swerve into a buddy's driveway you missed, and ultimately deive like your the only one on the road. But the list goes on

Holy crap the crap I've seen the past couple days is just straight up reckless and unsafe.

I'm all about enjoying the summer but we can still drive like we have before. :/

/end rant

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Old 06-01-2013, 02:36 PM   #3490
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^^ This is what I was talking about. I did enjoy everyone on 95 doing 75+ outside of traffic.
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Old 06-01-2013, 10:19 PM   #3491
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Dear the two tool bags in the Mini Cooper..

I appreciate you giving me the ole head nod to me while I'm in my 11 wrx, but seriously you guys look like your sitting on each others lap. Then try to rev your cute little hamster under the hood...
P.s..how did my tail light tint look from 100 ft away...
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Old 06-01-2013, 11:41 PM   #3492
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Dear friend,

I'm happy you liked the car and wanted to drive it, so I let you. But did you have to speed up in front of that civic in my neighborhood? Now he's gonna think I want to race whenever he sees me!

Sincerely,
Your pissed off friend!
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Old 06-02-2013, 10:00 AM   #3493
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Dear friend,

I'm happy you liked the car and wanted to drive it, so I let you. But did you have to speed up in front of that civic in my neighborhood? Now he's gonna think I want to race whenever he sees me!

Sincerely,
Your pissed off friend!
Lol. I've had this happen to me. But he was my neighbor and knew it wasn't me. I got a phone call they thought someone stole it haha.
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:56 PM   #3494
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Dear GPS,

When you say "stay left for Rt. 208 N," I expect the exit to be on the left. As it was, by the time I saw signage for the exit on the right, it was too late to get over. Et tu, Garmin?

Sincerely,
Just trying to get home
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Old 06-06-2013, 12:08 PM   #3495
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Dear Chrysler 200 following inches behind my bumper in traffic on a significant incline... The reason I keep rolling backwards after I stop is to give you the HINT that I drive a stick, and I like to have some room. Please don't beep at me, instead stop creeping forward, get off the phone, and leave a gap behind me.

Sincerely,

You were so close to me I couldn't see your hood or windshield wipers.
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Old 06-06-2013, 01:00 PM   #3496
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Dear Captain Dickbag,

Just because you're too ****ing lazy to be bothered to brake when I'm trying to negotiate a turn in traffic doesn't mean you should lay on your horn for a solid ten seconds because you don't want to slow down. Get some courtesy under your belt.

Riding my ass with a 3 foot gap afterwards evidently was not your best moment either. Watching you lock up all four wheels when I mildly brake checked you was priceless. I did appreciate the 5 car gap you gave me following.

Sincerely,
The guy teaching lessons
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:53 PM   #3497
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As a competent standard transmission operator, one should be able to start on a hill with a manual without any rollback. One can either roll one's foot from the brake to the gas or one can use the parking brake to keep the car motionless while the clutch is being engaged.

I do neither. I just let the damn thing roll until I'm god damn good and ready to initiate forward motion.
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Old 06-06-2013, 11:01 PM   #3498
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As a competent standard transmission operator, one should be able to start on a hill with a manual without any rollback. One can either roll one's foot from the brake to the gas or one can use the parking brake to keep the car motionless while the clutch is being engaged.

I do neither. I just let the damn thing roll until I'm god damn good and ready to initiate forward motion.
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Old 06-06-2013, 11:08 PM   #3499
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I'll make sure Kris gets this... he never listens...

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Old 06-06-2013, 11:27 PM   #3500
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As a competent standard transmission operator, one should be able to start on a hill with a manual without any rollback. One can either roll one's foot from the brake to the gas or one can use the parking brake to keep the car motionless while the clutch is being engaged.

I do neither. I just let the damn thing roll until I'm god damn good and ready to initiate forward motion.
You made my night sir .... most eloquently worded
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