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Old 01-27-2003, 12:03 PM   #51
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Dear jerks who complain about policemen doing their job,

You were going over the speed limit. You got caught. You pay the price. Don't want to pay again? Don't be a moron, keep your speed down.
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Old 01-27-2003, 12:25 PM   #52
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Dear Stupid Deer,
I hate you so much. Especially when you blindly jump in front of my car on an icey hill in the middle of a snow storm. You're damn lucky I didn't feel like smering your guts all over the road. I hate you stupid, stupid animals...
Hating you,
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Old 01-27-2003, 12:51 PM   #53
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This thread owns. We should make this a sticky. It's like the spotted thread writ evil.
I like this thread too. It's a way for us to vent. Consider it a sort of "anger management".

-Ray
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Old 01-27-2003, 02:07 PM   #54
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Dear Audi driver,

Please don't shave while going down the road at 75.

Thank you,

Roger
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Old 01-27-2003, 02:31 PM   #55
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Dear Sir in the Caravan with fake wood paneling,

Please get up 5 minutes early and brush your teeth in your BATHROOM, not in your vehicle. I do not appreciate the swerving on Rt 413 on a rather dangerous blind hill while you consult the mirror to see how many leaves of basil you missed from last nights' dinner.

I also did not appreciate you opening your door at the light in front of me and spitting your yellow, frothy mouthful of backwashed sludge and toothpaste out your door. It made me want to vomit.

Very disgustfully yours,
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Old 01-27-2003, 02:49 PM   #56
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Dear cat,

If you were a cuddly little puppy dog, I would have swerved.

Respectfully yours,

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Old 01-27-2003, 03:17 PM   #57
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Dear driver,

Your 92 Corolla is fast in much the same way bricks float. By trying to get in front of me before the merge into 1 lane, the only thing you accomplish is giving me something to laugh about with my friends.

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Old 01-27-2003, 03:50 PM   #58
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Old 01-27-2003, 05:30 PM   #59
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Dear OLD lady driving her V6 Camry,

When you pull right out in front of me, then when we get to a two lane stop, and YOU get in the right lane (right only) and I get into the left lane (left only) and you THEN proceed to pull right in front of me AGAIN ACROSS LANES to make a left.....give me the common decency and look in your rearview when I blast my horn to see my :monkey:

Angrily Yours,

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Old 01-27-2003, 10:04 PM   #60
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Dear Brazilian in your "750 horse" accord,
Just because I have chalk on my windows from the race track dosen't mean im constantly flooring it and looking to race. Thank you for blowing by me at 80mph on a extremly bumpy road in the middle of Boston. I enjoyed the fireworks that came from the bottom of your car and I could accually see the bondo on your car cracking as you went by me. I especally enjoyed when we were at the red light and you told me you had "750 horse" and told me you "beat me so bad". I'm sure you were impressed when that light turned green and I pulled ten car lengths on you, and at the next light you tried to tell me your car was "too low". Who did you think you were kidding, I heard you bounce off revlimiter and saw that shift light illuminating your greazy little face as I looked in my rear view mirror. Thanks for the hour long laugh that my passenger and I shared. You are forever a punta,
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Old 01-27-2003, 10:05 PM   #61
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Dear whoever was in a Ford Excessive behind me last night,

When the roads are snowy, and that little Miata 2 feet in front of your bumper is waggling its tail around under acceleration, that's a hint that maybe, just maybe, you might want to give it a little more space. Although I realize that a Miata is nothing more than a speed bump as far as you're concerned, despite its snow tires, its lack of all wheel drive prevents it from accelerating as well as you. Not to worry, it's not unsafe - I'm sure that in the hands of a skilled driver it will run circles around you, who are obviously not very skilled at all to be stupid enough to follow so closely.

Sincerely,
the Miata Madman

(Great RWD trick - when it's snowy, and a car is tailgating you - unfortunately SUVs are too tall to notice this - spin your wheels and throw crap all over the car in back of you. If they don't want crap sprayed all over their car, they shouldn't follow you so closely in the snow. )
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Old 02-17-2003, 12:37 PM   #62
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This one requires a bit of explanation.

Moment One:

Three lane section of i93 southbound. I am in the rightmost lane. There is a truck of some sort directly ahead of me, in the rightmost lane. There is a Pathfinder in the center lane, several car lengths behind me. I have put my left turn signal on with the intent of pulling to the middle lane to pass the truck on front of me. All is well.

Moment Two:

From behind a huge snowbank on the right, a sedan suddenly appears in the on-ramp, merging into the Interstate. The truck in front of me immediately signals and moves to the center lane to make room for him. This blocks the path I'd intended to take.

Moment Three:

I brake hard to allow the sedan to merge in front of me, forgetting that my left turn signal is on, but I stay in my lane. Out of the corner of my eye in my mirrors I see the Pathfinder behind me signal and duck into the leftmost lane. He saw me braking with my turn signal on and took pre-emptive evasive action, although I was fine where I was and didn't change lanes.

There was never any danger and no one did anything stupid. I just wanted to applaud the heads-up driving on the part of the Pathfinder. So...

Dear Pathfinder Driver,

Thank you for being an attentive driver. I wish there were more like you.
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Old 05-07-2003, 10:05 PM   #63
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Dear Spec V driver,

You have a Sentra Spec V, not a Skyline Spec V. You gave me a good laugh on the way home and a little self-esteem boost.



And I don't have 300hp...yet

Pete
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Old 05-08-2003, 12:06 AM   #64
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Thank you for pulling me over while going 15 miles over the speed limit. I hope my 181 dollar contribution to the state will save your job.
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You were going over the speed limit. You got caught. You pay the price. Don't want to pay again? Don't be a moron, keep your speed down.
Thanks brainrally you beat me to it!
Neuro do you have a job? I assume that when you go to work you do your job to the best of your abilities? Me too.
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Old 05-08-2003, 01:20 AM   #65
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Dear, Wants to Race my L for whatever god knows reason.

I am aware that my car may look a bit flashy with it's well taken care of exterior and stylen RS wheels, but damn it Subaru on the back of my trunk lid does not mean WRX! My car is not fast and it is not mAd TyTe yO or however the hell you explain your Mustang GT or Si Civic. Granted most of you could probably spank me in a straight line like a five dollar hooker on two for one night but I did not buy this car to prove anything to your dime a dozen balls enlargers. If you would care to come with me to the Pine Barrens I will glady arrange a demostration about what I did purchase the car for and call a wrecker to extract your car from the woods. Oh and if your going to fly by me right before getting onto an on-ramp or off-ramp try to handle the corner so I don't have to run up on your bumper after you've slammed on your brakes.

Man that felt good.
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Old 05-08-2003, 01:30 AM   #66
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Thanks brainrally you beat me to it!
Way to be on top of things speedy gonzalez! He beat you to it by about 4 months.

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Old 05-08-2003, 08:43 AM   #67
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cant believe this thread is still alive.

I almost looked for it the other day to post this:


Ode to the Blinker - a Haiku by chrislehr
when oh when god, please
will he ever turn
I am still waiting
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Old 05-08-2003, 08:59 AM   #68
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Dear Audi TT driver
When I take the on ramp coming home from work, Please realize that I have quite a bit of suspension work and very sticky tires. I also take this turn twice a day, 5 days a week.
Please dont decide to race me after I have already gone by you and am minding my own business. You will only end up understearing your front end over the center divider of the road like you just did. I hope that didnt cost you too much to repair

Yours,
Dave


P.S. Someone sticky this thread, it ROCKS
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Old 05-08-2003, 04:36 PM   #69
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Dear ****tards.

The rims you stole out of my car, in front of my apartment, at 9am this morning were not yours.

I'm going to burn your house down if I ever find you.

God hates you, and I hope you get an STD.

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Old 05-08-2003, 04:39 PM   #70
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Wow...sorry about the wheels. That sucks.

Pete
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Old 05-08-2003, 05:00 PM   #71
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Dear Idiot in early 90s Nissan crapbox...

I'm most impressed that your car can reach 40mph, however on the semi-residential street we are on I don't really feel like doing 65. Therefore all of your attempts to cruise 3 inches off of my bumper to signify your desire to go faster were wasted. I did however enjoy showing you what a WRX with a few minor tweaks can do when we reached that "S" curve by where I work and didn't slow down, while you had to drop 10-15mph or else end up in the trees. Thanks.

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Old 05-08-2003, 06:47 PM   #72
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Dear Saleen with your numbers from NER still on the windows 24 hours later,

Your exhaust sounds very cool. However, I am confused why every time you got next to me in 35 mph rolling traffic on i95, you needed to drop a gear and hit WOT.

Thanks anyways,
Chris
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Old 05-08-2003, 08:38 PM   #73
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Dear mid-80's pos civic driver,
I know how much extra power that APC sticker on your windshiled adds, epsecially with that dual square tip fart can that was about to fall off your car. But what made you think you could beat me on the highway when that minivan took you off the line?
Sad.
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Old 05-09-2003, 09:36 AM   #74
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Dear Mr. green Dodge Stealth at the red light

I thought your exhaust sounded very nice, and the work you have done to your car is tasteful. When I roll the window down to compliment you, please turn your music down so you can actually hear me, instead of revving at me. No, I'm not laughing at your car. I'm laughing at you. Do you feel you have something to prove? When I decide to humor you, and am 5 car lengths ahead and still walking away at 80, realize it's a lost cause. When the speed limit plunges and I drop it to 60, don't ride 2" off my bumper with your middle finger extended. It's not polite.

(still laughing)

-Paul
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Old 05-09-2003, 01:51 PM   #75
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Dear Mitsu Evolution owners,

I know your car clean sweaped every single shootout over the STi in all the magazines. I know the shootouts involved the STi and not my "subar" WRX.
However, in order to put a old cat like me in his place your going to have to be one hell of a good driver. I will do anything to prevent the torture of forcing my cars "bug eyes" to look at your Altezza tail lights.

Good day.........
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