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Old 05-08-2008, 01:54 PM   #901
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Dear CEO of my company,

It would please me and the other employees if you would open the wallet and pave the F****!! parking lot already. I have enough dirt and dust in my air filters, suspension parts and interior to fill about 20 sandboxes.

Thanks,
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Old 05-12-2008, 09:35 AM   #902
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Dear Bald Guy in the old Infiniti that thought he was tough $hit on 139,

First off, you're old, you're bald, and you can't drive. Maverick called, he wants his aviators back. When I'm already doing 50 in a 40, don't sit on my bumper. As you learned, I slow down below the limit really fast thanks to those Brembo brakes. I hope you enjoyed sitting on the bumper for the next 10 minutes of your drive, as you see, I just got finished playing golf, I was relaxed and in no hurry - sucks for you man. Then as you sat there and yelled and cursed and shook your head, I couldn't help but notice my reflection on your forehead when you tilted the right way - gotta love shiny surfaces. So, Mr. Clean, please do us all a favor...kill yourself.
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Old 05-12-2008, 03:10 PM   #903
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Dear rusted and lowered 80s Camry Driver,

Apologize for not doing 50 in a residential 30 zone. I know you waited until the downhill section to get up enough speed to pass in a double yellow, but I guess you didn't know that's a favorite speed trap location did you?
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Old 05-12-2008, 07:20 PM   #904
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Dear Backwoods Maine driver,

In an area where the limit is 55, and doing 60-65 is neither excessive nor uncommon, it is not acceptable to cruise along at 35. And when a hill approaches, don't slow to a 30 mph crawl so that the school bus behind you nearly runs over your back bumper. Thankfully the bus turned onto another road so that I could get right behind you and behold you with wonderment.

When the yellow lines in the middle of the road go from double solid to a single dash, that means it is acceptable for me to pass you when it is safe if I so decide. So, when it was safe and I decided to pass you, don't mash the pedal to the floor and cut into the oncoming lane by half the width of your car. Having to hit 80 and run on the edge of the road (when just beyond is a soft gravel shoulder) just to pass you is unacceptable. The SUV behind us must have been entertained by your skillful driving technique.

I know you are old and that your Buick LeSabre is as busted as your hips probably are, but some of us would like to get home safely and in a timely manner. Your glaucoma-ridden eyes probably didn't help matters, and I'm glad your wife sitting in the passenger seat didn't have a coronary. I hope you live a long and full life, and can't wait to see you on the roads this winter.

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Old 05-12-2008, 10:44 PM   #905
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To every single ass hat on the 90 going from Albany NY to Boston Saturday evening:

To the dip****s that road my ass in the fast lane: When there's enough traffic in the lane to the right preventing me from getting over, riding my ass is only going to get you braked check as a few of you crapped your pants in realization.

To the ******** going below the speed limited in the middle lane (when there's three lanes), get the **** over onto the far right lane (the Jesus lane).

To every single car that magically found their accelerator when I was passing them, I hope you get food poisoning.

To the douchebag in the green 4Runner: The space between my car and the car in front of me is there so I don't run into the bumper of that car in front of me, not for you throw your blinker while you suddenly jump into the lane.
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Old 05-23-2008, 08:07 AM   #906
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Dear toyota carolla lady,
i'm still try'n to wrap my head around this but, when you looked at me with my DRL and everything, why did you choose to STILL pull out in front of me? you looked directly at me comming from the left then looked right and never looked back. you just went at a wopping 10mph (if that). at this point i'd like to thank Hawk HPS pads, Powerslot rotors, and Gooridge SS brake lines.

wish i had hellas and glad i wasn't a motorcycle,
~Rudy

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Old 05-23-2008, 08:45 AM   #907
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Dear toyota carolla lady,
i'm still try'n to wrap my head around this but, when you looked at me with my DRL and everything, why did you choose to STILL pull out in front of me? you looked directly at me comming from the left then looked right and never looked back. you just went at a wopping 10mph (if that). at this point i'd like to thank Hawk HPS pads, Powerslot rotors, and Gooridge SS break lines.

wish i had hellas and glad i wasn't a motorcycle,
~Rudy
Dear Rudy

"brake"

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Old 05-23-2008, 10:01 AM   #908
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"brake"

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dear ButtDyno,

oops

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Old 05-23-2008, 10:37 PM   #909
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Dear ricer in the Civic (big surprise )

I like how after you flew past me on the right, all I could smell for the next mile was burning motor oil...

Yours,
Moving Chicane
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Old 05-23-2008, 11:37 PM   #910
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Dear Saturn Vue driver:
The section of 101 we were traversing is saturated with police, both state and local. I have already gotten an inconvenient liscense suspension due to this very strech of pavement. Forgive me for going only 7mph over the speedlimit of 55, as we are the only two cars heading this direction and I felt like a sitting duck. But it would have been more considerate of you not to ride my bumper with less than 5 five feet of stopping distance with your highbeams on. The side to side shifting only served to steel my resolve. And doing so for 3 miles seemed a bit too much.

I'll admit I had my hand on the shifter and an eye on the rearview when I knew you would attempt to pass me. Using 3rd gear and all the skinny pedal may have been excessive, but the fact that your brand new SUV could not pull past the rear passenger door of my aged, abused and rusty wagon satisfied some deep inner part of me. You must have had some sanity left when you decided to pull back in behind me as we neared the century mark, or mabe it was your speed governor. Whatever it was, I'm sure I erased that when I instanly brakechecked you down to 50mph. The last half mile till my left turn must have been agony. I doubt you saw my erratic driving as retaliation for your behavior of the past 3 miles through the red haze as you used various hand gestures, but seriously, I was already speeding, and if that wasn't enough for you, back off of my tail. It gives you better visibility of oncoming traffic, and it gives you space to accelerate and do a clean pass. As an added benifit, leaving a safe space between us keeps me from getting irrationaly frosted.

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Old 05-24-2008, 12:37 AM   #911
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Dear Idiots,

why do you wait until the light turns green move up 10 feet then put your blinker on???

you couldnt have put it on when we were sitting at the light for over a minute

sincerly

guy who knows how to use blinkers correctly


dear people who live in my apartment complex,

those white lines are not suggestions they are there for a reason not there to park on top of and, also a handicapped space is there for a reason its not there for you who can walk it is for people who cant walk, your lucky all i did was leave you a nice note if i saw you, you might have gotten some words next time i will not be so nice

sincerley

the guy who parks between lines and parks further away from his condo to not park in a handicapped space
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Old 05-24-2008, 06:12 AM   #912
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Dear F U C K stick in ****ty white Ford Tempo;

I'd appreciate it if you didn't pull out in front of me and my friends while riding our motorcycles. I realize you were trying to make a u-turn but your signals are there for a reason as well as your mirrors and you must've just been too lazy to turn your head before you decided to do this.

Furthermore, go **** yourself for throwing out some nice gestures and looking at us like we did something in the wrong. You're lucky our bikes can stop so quickly and that noone got hurt for your poor excuse of driving. Your lucky your passenger noticed us and warned you of our exhistance before you decided to stop.

Remember buddy, always check twice. Now go listen to some reggae and poke some more smot and let the good times roll.

Sincerely,

"your lucky everyone else was paying attention"
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Old 05-28-2008, 10:06 AM   #913
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Dear Jeep Cherokee Driver on Dedham/Canton St south of University Ave,

Thank you for riding my ass! I'm already doing 40 in a 30 in a heavily settled area, but that wasn't fast enough for you or maybe you think 4 to 5 feet off my bumper is just a good place to be. Either way you changed your mind pretty quick when I brake-checked you.

Of course the whole situation turned comical when you turned those few feet off my bumper into a whole city block when all I wanted you to do is just get the hell off my ass.

Thanks for proving my point-of-view that most SUV drivers are complete ass hats and for the laugh.

Your's truly,
Chuckling wagon driver.
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Old 05-28-2008, 02:13 PM   #914
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Dear Blue Srt4 driver on 128N before the 1st rotory in Gloucester

Thanks for speeding up next to me and staying there by my side for at least 3 miles trying to intimidate me to race u. then i see u ease off and slow down but no it doesnt end there, u get up on my rear end next and try to push me to speed up but im already going 75 and i believe 128 is 55mph. Next u decide to fly by me on the right lane going at least 90 but the funny thing is i dont think uve been up to that part of 128 much cause theres a huge bump in both lanes right before the first rotory and who got the last laugh when i slowed down to go over this bump and u kept speeding up and i saw u nail this bump. U pulled over maybe 50 yards later but i hope the reason was cause u broke ur suspension or ur front bumper coming back down from the bump.

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Old 05-28-2008, 03:33 PM   #915
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Dear Jeep Grand Cherokee driver,

It's great that you checked for on-coming traffic in the lane you were crossing to get on Rte 11. It's also excellent that you waited to be certain that the driver was turning so you wouldn't hit them.

It was not excellent that you ignored the other lane of traffic, the one you were turning into, and the one that I happened to be in when you pulled out right in front of me.

It's not like I came around a corner *surprise* style either -- it's a long straight road. Next time I recommend also turning and looking to your right. Checking both ways BEFORE entering is really an excellent safety tactic.

Signed,
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Old 05-28-2008, 04:10 PM   #916
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Dear dog,

You shouldn't have been chasing that cat, you might not be stuck to my right tire if you hadn't been.

Dear cat,

You shouldn't have been running from that dog, you might not be stuck to my left tire if you hadn't been.

Sincerely,

The ******* that doesn't risk his own life by swerving for 8 pound animals.


Yep, that's right, got the two-fer deal last night. Cat running from a dog, cat met the left tire, dog met the right
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Old 05-28-2008, 04:26 PM   #917
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dear small green bird at my friends new house,
please stop pecking at the mirrors of every car parked there. i know you see your reflection and it makes you so scared you poo yourself all down the side of our cars, but putting dents/chips in our mirrors is not going to make it less scary for you. also, eat less- i have never seen such a small animal poo so much so quickly. you certainly left your mark all over our car's doors.
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Old 05-29-2008, 08:19 AM   #918
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Dear Suv driver,
Getting off 384 going to MCC, their are 2 left lanes. the left most is not to launch and then try to cut me. You really weren't expecting it when I took off to not to let you in. O and it doesn't matter how many times you try to squeeze your way in, am still not letting you in. And when you do finally get next to me again, do not flip me off and honk your horn, it was your stupid fault that happened in the first place, as you almost caused a pile up at an intersection showing me how fast you can drive. Next just stay behind the other lane and wait like most people.

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Old 05-29-2008, 12:32 PM   #919
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Dear talvai,

What you did is called road rage. People are asshats. Get over it.

Sincerely,
ibthisthreadisheresoyoudon'thavetotakeoutyouranger andagressionontheroad
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Old 05-29-2008, 12:37 PM   #920
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What you did is called road rage. People are asshats. Get over it.

Sincerely,
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Road Rage? I don't think so, its called me in my lane follow the rules, Road Rage in when ur in and out of traffic, speeding, cutting people off. Road Rage is not when you don't let somebody in your(sry cut you off) lane, because their idiots. Yes people are asshats, but still doesn't mean they should be thought a lesson now and then.
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Old 05-29-2008, 12:54 PM   #921
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Road Rage? I don't think so, its called me in my lane follow the rules, Road Rage in when ur in and out of traffic, speeding, cutting people off. Road Rage is not when you don't let somebody in your(sry cut you off) lane, because their idiots. Yes people are asshats, but still doesn't mean they should be thought a lesson now and then.
You said it yourself, he almost caused a pileup. And in order or make sure he couldn't get in, how close were you to the car in front of you? 18 inches, maybe?

Not trying to be a dick, but it was stupid, dangerous, and pointless.
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:01 PM   #922
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You said it yourself, he almost caused a pileup. And in order or make sure he couldn't get in, how close were you to the car in front of you? 18 inches, maybe?

Not trying to be a dick, but it was stupid, dangerous, and pointless.
You do know you don't need to be 18 inches away to not let somebody in your lane right. I was about half a car distance and since we are moving at about 15mph, 18 inches is not that close. But I didnt say it before when you about 500ft or so down the road it becomes 2 lanes with less traffic. Right to go to my school and the left lane is when he was next to me flipping me off was straight, so while he was looking at me still flipping me off he almost hit 2 or so cars.
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:32 PM   #923
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Road Rage? I don't think so, its called me in my lane follow the rules, Road Rage in when ur in and out of traffic, speeding, cutting people off. Road Rage is not when you don't let somebody in your(sry cut you off) lane, because their idiots. Yes people are asshats, but still doesn't mean they should be thought a lesson now and then.
Actually, what you described is more along the lines of aggressive/reckless driving. This is road rage:
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Dear Saturn Vue driver:
The section of 101 we were traversing is saturated with police, both state and local. I have already gotten an inconvenient liscense suspension due to this very strech of pavement. Forgive me for going only 7mph over the speedlimit of 55, as we are the only two cars heading this direction and I felt like a sitting duck. But it would have been more considerate of you not to ride my bumper with less than 5 five feet of stopping distance with your highbeams on. The side to side shifting only served to steel my resolve. And doing so for 3 miles seemed a bit too much.

I'll admit I had my hand on the shifter and an eye on the rearview when I knew you would attempt to pass me. Using 3rd gear and all the skinny pedal may have been excessive, but the fact that your brand new SUV could not pull past the rear passenger door of my aged, abused and rusty wagon satisfied some deep inner part of me. You must have had some sanity left when you decided to pull back in behind me as we neared the century mark, or mabe it was your speed governor. Whatever it was, I'm sure I erased that when I instanly brakechecked you down to 50mph. The last half mile till my left turn must have been agony. I doubt you saw my erratic driving as retaliation for your behavior of the past 3 miles through the red haze as you used various hand gestures, but seriously, I was already speeding, and if that wasn't enough for you, back off of my tail. It gives you better visibility of oncoming traffic, and it gives you space to accelerate and do a clean pass. As an added benifit, leaving a safe space between us keeps me from getting irrationaly frosted.

Yours Truely,
That POS Subaru Wagon
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:39 PM   #924
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Dear Neon Driver,

Put your hood back on. All that chrome in the engine bay is blinding oncoming traffic.

Astonished
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Old 05-30-2008, 07:55 AM   #925
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dear jaggoff driving the dark red impreza on speen street in natick this am,
that was a cute, non effective scandinavian flick you did on the way onto speen street. was it realy necessary to throw your car left to take a right? could you not have just taken the corner without going half into the other lane? a fully loaded box truck could have taken the corner correctly at the speed you were going. i liked how you continued down speen street at a pretty good clip. what made me realy smile is how at the last second you moved from the right lane into the left lane 10-15 feet before the next intersection and proceded to take a RIGHT TURN from the LEFT LANE without hitting your brakes. that glowing RED light means you are suppose to stop and i would love to get myself the same special license that allows you to ignore basic traffic laws. please go back to driving hondas, you are making the rest of us look bad.
sincerely,
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