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Old 07-23-2008, 06:43 PM   #1001
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Dear TSX driver,
I know it had just rained, but when an ambulance is coming towards the intersection we both are taking a left through, drive FASTER, not SLOWER so that we aren't in it when they get there.
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Old 07-23-2008, 10:03 PM   #1002
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I hate all ****ing stupid drivers!!! ESPECIALLY WHEN IVE BEEN DRINKING!!!
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Old 07-23-2008, 10:29 PM   #1003
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Dear Craig A.,
Was that you that got arrested with a 0.491 BAC?
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Old 07-23-2008, 10:44 PM   #1004
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haha no, i only drink when i dont have to drive
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Old 07-23-2008, 11:26 PM   #1005
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Dear Blue Evo VIII or IX driver,
When I saw your ride at the Irving and said, "Nice ride man!", it didn't mean that I wanted to make out with you, so you don't need to look away and pretend you didn't hear me. Just because I'm your slower cousin of an automobile doesn't mean you can't show some respect. Just acknowledge the fact that I'm giving you props for your good selection of automobile and have a nice f$%#ing day. Later cuz!

Yours truly,
The non-forced induction subaru driver.
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Old 07-24-2008, 09:10 AM   #1006
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Dear "Bob's Furniture" truck driver,

You had a red light. Going right on red is perfectly legal in NY, but pulling that mammoth truck right out in front of me (in the pouring rain no less), was not the best idea. I have never in my life been that close to rear protector (that prevents cars from going under trucks) in my life.

Thankfully I was able to get my car STOPPED before going under your truck (thats right, stopped, no slowed down, but stopped).

Hope you liked the 3 minute long Hella salute, you f'in d' bag.

Sincerely,

The guy in the WRB wrx wagon that almost had a 24' delivery truck as a hood ornament, and is still pissed off.

P.S. - Read your driver's handbook, when your wipers are on, your headlights must be on (not just the day time running lights, which don't illuminate the rear of your truck - this also goes for all the idiots I saw on 84 through danbury on my way to work this morning).
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Old 07-24-2008, 02:23 PM   #1007
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Dear Craig A.,
Was that you that got arrested with a 0.491 BAC?
Dear Craig, did you have a BAC of .491? Are you legally dead?

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Old 07-24-2008, 03:45 PM   #1008
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While cruising to work with my friend on I-95 North.

I Spot an orange SRT-4 ahead.

ME: See that orange car ahead, that car is the most likely car/driver to street race someone.
Friend: (not knowing much about cars just laughs)

Pull up next to the SRT-4 and he pulls a small flyby followed by the typical MSD 2-step, on stock exhaust too.
Little did he know that I had launch control also, the ricer side of me kicked in and I showed him up with a little ignition cut rev limitter action (the look on the kids face was priceless). He proceeded by doing a 2nd gear burnout and taking off, then almost understeered into a truck. lol

Friend: ****ing idiot
Me: I told you...
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Old 07-24-2008, 04:56 PM   #1009
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Dear confused old lady in the gold Camry,

When exiting the Exit 13 University Ave off ramp on 128/95/93/whatever it is, and you realized that you got off at the wrong exit, please continue down the off ramp and get back on the highway by turning around in a safer location than in the middle of the off ramp. You caused the three cars behind you to slam on their brakes in confusion, and you almost caused a huge box truck to almost obliterate my car. Also, you were lucky that no cars were attempting to get onto the highway, or else it could have been quite the mess. Pease go to the RMV, give them your license, and call a taxi or a relative to get where you need to go from now on.

Sincerely,

Subaru driver who's lucky to be alive
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Old 07-30-2008, 11:36 AM   #1010
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Dear Saab 9-5 Aero with NH plates "9-5 AERO"

Yes, I saw you coming up behind me in moderate traffic this morning, going significantly faster than I waswhich is why I moved from the left lane to the middle lane at the earliest possible opportunity. When I did this, it was so you could go pass me and continue on your way, not because I wanted to race. The reason I didn't accellerate when you pulled up next to me with the "woosh" of your BOV was because I had still had the cruise control set at the same speed as I had for the last 5 miles, long before you saw me. After 3/4 miles of your shennanigans running next to me, the reason I accelerated is because we were coming up on traffic, and I needed to get into the left lane to go around them, and you obvioulsy were not going to let me over. I'm sure you felt really cool doing 100+ MPH 100 yards ahead of me after I slowed back down to cruise control speed immediately after you decided to take off, and I'm surprised you didn't flash your hazards.

Too bad the cops didn't have a speed trap set up there like they do about 1 of every 3 days.

Please, don't take any innocents with you when you die in a street racing fire.

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Old 07-30-2008, 12:49 PM   #1011
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Dear Driver of Champagne colored Cavalier (or similar GM model),

I wasn't angry that you were blocking my only way out of the apt complex to put visine (sp?) in your eyes. I'd rather be held up for a minute than have to somebody who can't see driving around.

The little wiggerbag in the back seat though, well that's where the problem lies. For no reason your passenger decided to give me a dual middle fingers, but not holding them high enough for me to really tell until your car started moving. Consider yourself fortunate that I have a cool temper about such absurdity, the next person might not.

BTW peeling out in a cavalier is not impressive, especially when the trunk is being held down with a bungee cord that isn't tight enough to keep it shut while going over a speed bump.

Sincerely,
Confused Wagon driver
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Old 07-30-2008, 10:09 PM   #1012
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Dear Silver Ford focus driver in Holden,

Yes your car sounds cool, no you dont have to rev to 7,000 RPM to pull 3 feet forward in bumper to bumper traffic.

Laughing in my subie.
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Old 07-31-2008, 09:59 AM   #1013
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Dear old guy in the blue Volvo:

I am sorry I inconvenienced you last night by not pumping my gas fast enough. But truly, did you have to lay on the horn? The pump in front of me was empty, as were the four other pumps on the other side of the building.

I was amused, however, by how terrified you became when I, a rather small female, walked up to let you know that there were FIVE OTHER AVAILABLE PUMPS while you were honking at my car.

And no, I won't move until I am finished pumping my gas.

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The apparently too-slow gas-pumper
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Old 08-05-2008, 10:49 AM   #1014
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Dear driver of WRTA bus #9652 on bus route number 11,

I don't know what "you'd rather be driving" but that 10 ton behemoth that you were piloting this morning doesn't handle or brake like it.

I was only slightly unamused when my light turned green and you entered the intersection in front of me from the left, one can understand that it's tough to bring a monster like that to a stop, not to mention make a 90 degree turn at 8 in the morning going 35.

However, the red light you COMPLETELY ignored in front of the post office on Greenwood st was a true piece of work. It was never even green as you approached it, how do I know this, because I could see it was red from behind your monstrosity of a public service machine.

I also enjoyed the 45-0 stop you had to perform to pick up one of your soon to be terrified patrons, I didn't know those city buses could nose dive that bad when coming to a stop.

Please don't hate me, but I felt your actions merited a commendation from your supervisor whom I'm sure will be having a nice little discussion with you about your future employment in the public sector.

Sincerely,

One dude you'll never find on your bus for sure
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Old 08-07-2008, 04:08 AM   #1015
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Dear Forester driver,
I bet you had a fun time explaining to that cop why you were wearing sunglasses after dark. He was none too happy after you ran into him, while he was wearing a reflective vest and shining a flashlight into your eyes. Is that why you put the sunglasses on? Or maybe you were trying to hide some bloodshot eyes...

Dear Portsmouth (RI) Police Dept.
Both my father and I are available as witnesses if you need them for the aforementioned incident.
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Old 08-07-2008, 11:17 PM   #1016
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Dear old guy in the blue Volvo:

I am sorry I inconvenienced you last night by not pumping my gas fast enough. But truly, did you have to lay on the horn? The pump in front of me was empty, as were the four other pumps on the other side of the building.

I was amused, however, by how terrified you became when I, a rather small female, walked up to let you know that there were FIVE OTHER AVAILABLE PUMPS while you were honking at my car.

And no, I won't move until I am finished pumping my gas.

Signed,
The apparently too-slow gas-pumper
I would have been amused to see this. Plus I probably would have done the same as the chick did.
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Old 08-08-2008, 01:28 AM   #1017
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Dear Nigerian drunken ****tard in the 1990 Corrola,

1st off there is a reason there is a stop sign merging from lakeview to mammoth. Apparently that doesn't matter much to you, but then you enough ignorance and/or alcholic beverages to come into my lane [head on] at about 40mph! I flash my high beams, beep and swerve off the road to avoid a collision. I quickly pull a 180 as you are stopped in the middle of the road, STILL in my lane . I did not do this to start a fight with you. I did this to simply get your license plate and report you to the DPD. You stumbling out of your car screaming for me to get out of your lane and trying to fight me was not a wise move on your part as you soon found out when my rather large friend quickly defused the situation to keep us out of harms way. Your license plate # and police report can be found at the Dracut PD. you moron!

Sincerely,

The guy that enjoys staying in the correct lane!
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Old 08-08-2008, 09:41 PM   #1018
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Dear New 08 Subaru WRX, Next time you want over put on your blinker and I will gladly let you in. You were waving at me as I drove by, I guess you were pissed but I didn't realize that you were driving one of those new fancy WRX's. I probably would have slowed back down and let you in but I thought that your car was a Focus and I was tired after driving all day...Sorry man

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Old 08-12-2008, 10:11 AM   #1019
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dear out of stater in the blue focus,
i'm sorry to know your car was on fire and you spilled coffee in your lap. that could be the only explanation to why you chose to cut from the breakdown lane, across two lanes of heavy traffic, and almost side swipped my car on 128 this morning. you are lucky i was paying attention and that my car has decent brakes as they are the reason we were not on the side of the road exchanging insurance information. what i cannot understand is why you were doing 80 in the rain, while the rest of the traffic was doing 45-55. i will admit it was impressive that you managed to cut across the lanes so quickly while jacking on your brakes without losing control. most folks would have clipped any of the 6 cars you almost hit. please go kill yourself at HOME in delaware so you dont take any of the rest of us with you.

sincerely,
concerned motorist in the wrx
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Old 08-12-2008, 10:43 AM   #1020
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Dear Rusty Old Integra Driver,

Coming home from Raceway Park in Englishtown, while we are both at a stop light why did you feel the need to rev your engine up to 7000 for close to 30 seconds. Did you think I was going to entertain your gesture by revving my engine as well. Little did you realize several other people were looking at you in pure disgust.

Instead of trying to impress people with your broken 3 cylinder, oil leaking engine, you should be more concerned about fixing the front bumper you have duct taped on that wasn't even painted.

Oh, and the girl you were with was laughing at you, not with you.

Sincerely,
Subaru Driver
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Old 08-12-2008, 10:43 PM   #1021
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Dear Honda,

SORRY!
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Old 08-12-2008, 10:46 PM   #1022
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SORRY!
Dear streetracerz,

STOP IT!
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Old 08-12-2008, 11:03 PM   #1023
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Dear Honda,

SORRY!
Hey, your in my neck of the woods, and that was not my honda (I don't own one, never have, but have heard they are good reliable cars). Don't think I've ever seen you around though.
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Old 08-13-2008, 10:11 AM   #1024
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Dear Pedestrians near the Canton Post Office on Washington Street,
I don't care how long you have been standing by your car to dart across the street to get to the post office during rush-hour, use the ****ing cross walk like an adult.
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Old 08-17-2008, 02:53 AM   #1025
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Dear Mustang driver,

Cobra badges do not magically turn a v6 into a supercharged v8. It just doesn't work that way. Sorry if I embarrassed you.

Sincerely,
The guy who didn't put STi badges on his WRX
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