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Old 09-13-2003, 05:26 AM   #1
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Long post, sorry, but it is important...

First of all for those of you who read my last post you obviously know how I get when alcohol is present. [ alcohol + skank = no convictions, and I here and now classify myself as a resident OT MALE SLUT]. Aside from psycho skanks locking me in their houses{not funny}, its seems alcohol also effects me in a different and equally retarded way.
I work at a bar in Austin, so normally I have a few on the clock and then get out and have a few more at the nieghboring bars, and without a doubt every time I leave there is those damn rice burners [ no offense intended, just a generalization]. But I always end up having the option to race, and I love the adreniline of street racing although I know street racing is rediculously dangerous to myself and innocent others. But when I get a drink in me, sometimes it is so hard to contain my V-8 mentallity, and trust me I hate doing blatently dangerous street racing , but sometimes those damn hondas/acuras/nissans/etc. almost get the best of me especially when I have had a few crown shots. Which brings on the question, (for those of you with my other post in mind) what is more evil, obsession of speed, alcohol, or your wang?

I let O T decide, please bring on the coments, and I know all of you drink , screw, race, or all of the above...

I think some OTers have taken this the wrong way, this not advacating drunken racing...
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:31 AM   #2
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Nothin wrong with f'ing or drinking or racing...

but... drinking + street racing = teh bad, mmmkay?
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:32 AM   #3
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Well, if you have an obsession of the wang, then may black jesus herself have mercy on your soul.

As for the others, I would say that your individual passions for speed or alcohol aren't really the problem. It's when you combine them is when you can no longer use excuses since you're risking lives at that point.

I say if you're going to drink, do it intelligently and enjoy yourself amongst friends or on occasions. If you want speed, take it to the track.

Otherwise, vulva is all you need.

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Old 09-13-2003, 05:35 AM   #4
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Nothin wrong with f'ing or drinking or racing...

but... drinking + street racing = teh bad, mmmkay?
Thank you, {serious}, but I am asking all of you what is the most sincere root of evil in us, [wrench heads] desire of speed, our wangs [self explanitory], or alcohol [ vice of young men and old ]
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:40 AM   #5
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In that case, I'd have to say speed. I mean, what the HELL is the rush?!
Showing off to another GUY that you are teh fastest is borderline gay.
Concentrate on what's important and fulfilling. HYMEN!

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Old 09-13-2003, 05:44 AM   #6
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Well.. I've have to say that everything we do is derived from two things... girls and sex. We do everything for those reasons.

So I would say, we have to blame our dicks for it. If it wasn't for the little head taking over all the time, life would be easier.
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:45 AM   #7
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Olmek, I might have to agree, I lust for it. Unfortunately alcohol and tw@t intesify it. But speed is a better rush than all the strange drugs I have done in my life. I just wish alcohol did not make me want to prove a point to all the dumbnuts out there with xenon lights and a gigantic muffler. I am at a loss for words.
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:45 AM   #8
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So not only are you street racing endangering the lives on innocent people in an attempt to prove your wang is bigger than somebody else just as moronic as yourself, but you do this drunk??? and your expecting a positive response.....
furious: ok how about this .....your a tool.........and may I be the first to say

Hunter S. Thompson: COMING TO A TELEPHONE POLE NEAR YOU


And on a side note .......... we already have a OT male whore sooooo you can walk that n00b a$$ right to the back of the line.:
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:51 AM   #9
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If you have a S.O. and your sticking it to someone else then that is the most evil. But for the most part I would have to say the drink because of how it effects your judgment to stay away from psycho girls and drunken street racing.
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Old 09-13-2003, 05:55 AM   #10
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So not only are you street racing endangering the lives on innocent people in an attempt to prove your wang is bigger than somebody else just as moronic as yourself, but you do this drunk??? and your expecting a positive response.....
furious: ok how about this .....your a tool.........and may I be the first to say

Hunter S. Thompson: COMING TO A TELEPHONE POLE NEAR YOU


And on a side note .......... we already have a OT male whore sooooo you can walk that n00b a$$ right to the back of the line.:
First of all calm down, I have'nt street raced in around 7 months {I had a minor accident with a curb on a turn around} . The thread is still prevelant due to my desire for the retard Vin "dumbass" Deisel attitude. I still long for red lights, and dropping into third gear on the highway but no longer do it. But all of you know this feeling damnit, don't F****** lie, we as gear heads quiver at the thought of racing. I was simply noting the unfortunate fact that alcohol fuels the " I can blow your doors off" attitude. So keep your panties on wolf, we are on the same page. And as for the root of the thread which is worse, desire for speed, snatch, or the vice of alcohol???
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Old 09-13-2003, 06:03 AM   #11
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we already have a OT male whore sooooo you can walk that n00b a$$ right to the back of the line.:

You guys close????????

Curtains match the carpet???????????


































P.S. chill the f*u@k out
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Old 09-13-2003, 06:06 AM   #12
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Yeah, everyone relax their sphincter and stop playing the asian jesus saint. We're all guilty of being a selfish speed demon at one point in our lives, so lay off the man. Hunter, seriously though bro, kill that alcohol and driving mix and take your adrenaline to the track.

'nuff said. Stay safe.

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Old 09-13-2003, 06:16 AM   #13
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My lesson was learned long ago, just thought it would make an interesting thread.

Never intended for a Holier than thou debate. And your DAMN RIGHT, we're all guilty. I'm just not in denyle of my mistakes.
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Old 09-13-2003, 06:30 AM   #14
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But when I get a drink in me, sometimes it is so hard to contain my V-8 mentallity,
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Old 09-13-2003, 06:33 AM   #15
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The truth hurts, does it not?!
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Old 09-13-2003, 06:42 AM   #16
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It is hard to contain, is it not? Tell me all of you, when some jak@$$ in a civic/ect. with an obnoxious muffler runs up next to you, the desire to blow him away is present, that does not mean I act on impulse. I overtly stated I no longer race, but the desire is so much more intense when alcohol has been ingested, that was one of the points of the thread. I assumed I would hear common opinions of others with the same feelings. It is intense and overwhelming, but I do retain sanity on the roads. This is just a thread not an invitation for text lectures on something we collectively all suffer from.
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Old 09-13-2003, 08:35 AM   #17
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I am sure we will all admit to wanting to blow away ricers on a regular basis but . . .

I am so proud that you stave off the desire to blow away rice mobiles while you're driving drunk. Wow. So proud.

HOW ABOUT DON"T GET BEHIND THE WHEEL OF A CAR AFTER ANY DRINKING.

I don't care if you go 10mph in the right lane. Don't drink and drive retard.
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Old 09-13-2003, 11:27 AM   #18
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Fear and Loathing in OT?

Dude, your screen namesake may have survived that lifestyle, but it really doesn't belong here.

You are not piloting a convertible loaded with two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline,five sheets of high-power blotter acid, a salt shaker half full of cocaine, a whole galaxy of multicolored uppers, downers, screamers,and laughers, a quart of tequlia, a quart of rum, a case of Budweiser, a pint of raw ether and two dozen amyls. Dr. Gonzo is not next to you. Put the keys back in your pocket, and call a cab.
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Old 09-13-2003, 11:40 AM   #19
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I believe HST is spewing out some of his real authors embellishments just to get a response for shock value.

Big whoopy ding. He's just a poseur(sp)
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It is hard to contain, is it not? Tell me all of you, when some jak@$$ in a civic/ect. with an obnoxious muffler runs up next to you, the desire to blow him away is present, that does not mean I act on impulse. I overtly stated I no longer race, but the desire is so much more intense when alcohol has been ingested, that was one of the points of the thread. I assumed I would hear common opinions of others with the same feelings. It is intense and overwhelming, but I do retain sanity on the roads. This is just a thread not an invitation for text lectures on something we collectively all suffer from.
I agree with this reply with the effect/affect(?) alcohol does to ones mind or psyche. Liquid bravery, hellz yeah. It makes ya wanna race. In general the sport of snowmobiling has been fueled by bars for a long time. It is now luckily changing but it still happens alot. I admit I have did this on many occasions. Not in a car but on a sled with my buddies.
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Having a few shots and a couple beers over the course of the evening was more what I intended, I was never implying driving around let alone racing while $h!t house drunk. The thread was only started to possibley talk about how strange it is that when alcohol is ingested it seems harder to contain those urges to take
to street racing , when we openly know that we have been drinking and our reaction, saftey, ect is altered. And I have only recieved like three actual replies, everyone seemed to have taken this the wrong way , maybe I just did'nt start it off right...just thought it might have been interesting, due to the fact we all are car guys/chicks.
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First of all calm down, I have'nt street raced in around 7 months {I had a minor accident with a curb on a turn around} . The thread is still prevelant due to my desire for the retard Vin "dumbass" Deisel attitude. I still long for red lights, and dropping into third gear on the highway but no longer do it. But all of you know this feeling damnit, don't F****** lie, we as gear heads quiver at the thought of racing. I was simply noting the unfortunate fact that alcohol fuels the " I can blow your doors off" attitude. So keep your panties on wolf, we are on the same page. And as for the root of the thread which is worse, desire for speed, snatch, or the vice of alcohol???
No im nothing like you .....Im seriously insulted you even had the thought we were alike. 1) I can control myself when drinking 2) I dont drink and drive 3) I have raced on the street maybe .......3 times in 4 years. 4) your and asshat 5) you are a tool

You suffer from an enlarged Medulla oblongata.

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No im nothing like you .....Im seriously insulted you even had the thought we were alike. 1) I can control myself when drinking 2) I dont drink and drive 3) I have raced on the street maybe .......3 times in 4 years. 4) your and asshat 5) you are a tool

You suffer from an enlarged Medulla oblongata.

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Long post, sorry, but it is important...

First of all for those of you who read my last post you obviously know how I get when alcohol is present. [ alcohol + skank = no convictions, and I here and now classify myself as a resident OT MALE SLUT]. Aside from psycho skanks locking me in their houses{not funny}, its seems alcohol also effects me in a different and equally retarded way.
I work at a bar in Austin, so normally I have a few on the clock and then get out and have a few more at the nieghboring bars, and without a doubt every time I leave there is those damn rice burners [ no offense intended, just a generalization]. But I always end up having the option to race, and I love the adreniline of street racing although I know street racing is rediculously dangerous to myself and innocent others. But when I get a drink in me, sometimes it is so hard to contain my V-8 mentallity, and trust me I hate doing blatently dangerous street racing , but sometimes those damn hondas/acuras/nissans/etc. almost get the best of me especially when I have had a few crown shots. Which brings on the question, (for those of you with my other post in mind) what is more evil, obsession of speed, alcohol, or your wang?

I let O T decide, please bring on the coments, and I know all of you drink , screw, race, or all of the above...

I think some OTers have taken this the wrong way, this not advacating drunken racing...
why havnt you told the Austin guys where you work so we can get free beer?
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