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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    ShimSham wrote:
    A harder driver's test would mean you wouldn't get one. Being able to read and follow signs is a basic driving skill.
    Oh no he can read them just fine, he knew the posted limit.

    He's just so damn prideful and arrogant that he believes because he can, he will, no matter the consequences.

    "The speed limit is 50mph, but I feel comfortable driving 80+ so I guess I will." Is basically the mindset he seems to have

    As long as it's not endangering myself or the vehicles around me.
    It's a side effect from the day's I used to deliver pizza.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Jordyn wrote:
    Through Montana and Wyoming, the roads got so icy that Fram (who has driven on ice a billion times) ended up slowing down to about 40 mph at the fastest, on the interstate.

    And we were going around 30 through some of the mountainous stuff in Montana.

    And then we hit SD and the roads seemed to magically clear up.

    the roads here get so ridiculous

    the funny thing is we'd been having nice weather up until you decided to drive through

    then shit hit the fan

    i almost spun off the road driving a block to minimart

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    RaneadosRaneados police apologist you shouldn't have been there, obviouslyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    the road test is designed over many many years and changed and molded to suite the current needs of the population. It's different per state, much usually not too much. As some states have different driving conditions. The tests are based on the general public. Once again, not what you feel like you can do in your hot rod.

    I live in Florida. Where old people come to die and young kids come to the beach and act like idiots. I know bad drivers.

    I get cut off probably 7 times a day and narrowly avoid probably 1 fatal wreck every 2 days. Why do I avoid them? Because I'm paying attention, not talking on a phone, not speeding, and watching everyone around me.

    I'm not going to get all high-and-mighty and say people should be fiend hundreds of dollars for going 5 mph over the limit, it happens, you're not expected to keep one eye on the speedometer and flog yourself for breaking the law by a few MPH, it happens. But if you ARE going 36 in a 35, you ARE breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You're just not breaking it enough for anyone to really care. 39 mph hitting an 8-year old girl is pretty much the same as 40mph hitting same girl.

    get it learned.

    Raneados on
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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    wait moe_fwacky aren't you one of the supertrip guys

    all endangering members of this community with your shitass irresponsible driving

    Knob on
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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    Callius wrote:
    God damn it, knob.

    Can we have a fucking skillshare or not?!

    okay

    but i get to cut 'em before you rape em

    Do you even know what a skill share is you incompetent savage?

    I'm going to do the cutting under your tutelage whilst you rape them under my watchful eye.

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    scarlet st.scarlet st. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    wait moe_fwacky aren't you one of the supertrip guys

    all endangering members of this community with your shitass irresponsible driving
    Verily, he is.

    scarlet st. on
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    RaneadosRaneados police apologist you shouldn't have been there, obviouslyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    ShimSham wrote:
    A harder driver's test would mean you wouldn't get one. Being able to read and follow signs is a basic driving skill.
    Oh no he can read them just fine, he knew the posted limit.

    He's just so damn prideful and arrogant that he believes because he can, he will, no matter the consequences.

    "The speed limit is 50mph, but I feel comfortable driving 80+ so I guess I will." Is basically the mindset he seems to have

    As long as it's not endangering myself or the vehicles around me.
    It's a side effect from the day's I used to deliver pizza.

    IT IS

    IT IS ENDANGERING THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU YOU STUPID FUCK

    THE LAWS OF PHYSICS SAY THAT IT IS


    FUCKING CHRIST

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    JavenJaven Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    One of the traits of a bad driver is consistently driving over the posted limit you useless dumbfuck.

    This would classify you as a bad driver.

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    JordynJordyn Really, Commander? Probing Uranus. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    Jordyn wrote:
    Through Montana and Wyoming, the roads got so icy that Fram (who has driven on ice a billion times) ended up slowing down to about 40 mph at the fastest, on the interstate.

    And we were going around 30 through some of the mountainous stuff in Montana.

    And then we hit SD and the roads seemed to magically clear up.

    the roads here get so ridiculous

    the funny thing is we'd been having nice weather up until you decided to drive through

    then shit hit the fan

    i almost spun off the road driving a block to minimart

    I decided to take over driving for a while part way through Wyoming since Fram did all the mountainous stuff that I was uncomfortable with. I had been going for about an hour, when the road got icy. I slowed down and suddenly I could feel my car starting to fishtail and tried to correct it and uh....sorta ended up in nice grassy median. Which woke Fram up because when I noticed what was happening I said, "Ben...BEN...BEN!" And then he drove for a while because I could barely breath.

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    ShimShamShimSham Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    ShimSham wrote:
    A harder driver's test would mean you wouldn't get one. Being able to read and follow signs is a basic driving skill.
    Oh no he can read them just fine, he knew the posted limit.

    He's just so damn prideful and arrogant that he believes because he can, he will, no matter the consequences.

    "The speed limit is 50mph, but I feel comfortable driving 80+ so I guess I will." Is basically the mindset he seems to have
    As long as it's not endangering myself or the vehicles around me.
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    But the thing is, you are a lot of times, even if you don't think you are.

    Hell, driving 70mph even when that is the speed limit is dangerous, if you consider things that could happen that still commonly do happen. Deer running out in a road, you blow out a tire or someone in front of you does. About a million other things.

    Anyway, you're a moron that won't learn, and you still want to rebel and bitch about breaking a law you knew about.

    I'm going to work for a little bit.

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    redimpulseredimpulse Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    ShimSham wrote:
    A harder driver's test would mean you wouldn't get one. Being able to read and follow signs is a basic driving skill.
    Oh no he can read them just fine, he knew the posted limit.

    He's just so damn prideful and arrogant that he believes because he can, he will, no matter the consequences.

    "The speed limit is 50mph, but I feel comfortable driving 80+ so I guess I will." Is basically the mindset he seems to have

    As long as it's not endangering myself or the vehicles around me.
    It's a side effect from the day's I used to deliver pizza.
    Well that's not a very good mindset to have.

    I'm a very safe driver - been through many many specialized schools and all that good shit. I had your mentality when I first started driving, but I lost it very soon.

    Because it's not me I'm worried about. It's all the other asshats on the road that scare me. Also it's a proven fact that the faster you go, the more of a hinderance it is on your reflexes. It causes 'tunnel-vision', all of a sudden you're not checking your mirrors as much, and you can't pay as much attention to everything else around you because you're concentrating on driving fast and not hitting what's in front of you.

    Someday you'll realize that and SLOW THE FUCK DOWN.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    wait moe_fwacky aren't you one of the supertrip guys

    all endangering members of this community with your shitass irresponsible driving
    Verily, he is.

    oh my goodness

    Knob on
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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    the road test is designed over many many years and changed and molded to suite the current needs of the population. It's different per state, much usually not too much. As some states have different driving conditions. The tests are based on the general public. Once again, not what you feel like you can do in your hot rod.

    I live in Florida. Where old people come to die and young kids come to the beach and act like idiots. I know bad drivers.

    I get cut off probably 7 times a day and narrowly avoid probably 1 fatal wreck every 2 days. Why do I avoid them? Because I'm paying attention, not talking on a phone, not speeding, and watching everyone around me.

    I'm not going to get all high-and-mighty and say people should be fiend hundreds of dollars for going 5 mph over the limit, it happens, you're not expected to keep one eye on the speedometer and flog yourself for breaking the law by a few MPH, it happens. But if you ARE going 36 in a 35, you ARE breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You're just not breaking it enough for anyone to really care. 39 mph hitting an 8-year old girl is pretty much the same as 40mph hitting same girl.

    get it learned.

    I never said it wasn't breaking the law, but it happens, whether I do it or somebody else does it. However, I don't see too many 8-year-olds crossing the highway out in these parts. And I wouldn't call a ten year old buick a "hot rod" either. People, wherever they live, know the places where they can get away with certain traffic infractions. State Route 2 and I-90 withing Cleveland city limits being the most known of those areas. My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.

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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    Knob wrote:
    wait moe_fwacky aren't you one of the supertrip guys

    all endangering members of this community with your shitass irresponsible driving
    Verily, he is.

    oh my goodness

    I don't speed more than 5mph when I'm outside of this county.

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    ShimShamShimSham Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.
    Okay I saw this before I left, but just because officers aren't usually in that area doesn't mean that area is exempt from all laws. Dammit.

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    RaneadosRaneados police apologist you shouldn't have been there, obviouslyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I want to know where he is so I can drive in front of hima nd throw tires and planks of wood at his car


    Then as he swerves, he loses control from doing 80 in a 50. His car hits a guardrail and tumbles over and over, spilling gasoline and smashing his shiny red paint job.

    His car sparks and the gas ignites. He is now driving a tumbling, fiery deathtrap

    But my god it looks friggin sweet

    Raneados on
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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    ShimSham wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.
    Okay I saw this before I left, but just because officers aren't usually in that area doesn't mean that area is exempt from all laws. Dammit.

    I never said it was exempt from laws, nor that I was exempt. Merely my surprise due to a typical lack of enforcement in the area.

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    Peter EbelPeter Ebel CopenhagenRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    That is the worst complaint in the world.

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    Fuck off and die.
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    JavenJaven Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Yeah, I used to steal shit from the 7-11 down the road but then they hired a new guy who caught me in the act. It isn't my fault for stealing, no one saw me before.

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    RaneadosRaneados police apologist you shouldn't have been there, obviouslyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    the road test is designed over many many years and changed and molded to suite the current needs of the population. It's different per state, much usually not too much. As some states have different driving conditions. The tests are based on the general public. Once again, not what you feel like you can do in your hot rod.

    I live in Florida. Where old people come to die and young kids come to the beach and act like idiots. I know bad drivers.

    I get cut off probably 7 times a day and narrowly avoid probably 1 fatal wreck every 2 days. Why do I avoid them? Because I'm paying attention, not talking on a phone, not speeding, and watching everyone around me.

    I'm not going to get all high-and-mighty and say people should be fiend hundreds of dollars for going 5 mph over the limit, it happens, you're not expected to keep one eye on the speedometer and flog yourself for breaking the law by a few MPH, it happens. But if you ARE going 36 in a 35, you ARE breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You're just not breaking it enough for anyone to really care. 39 mph hitting an 8-year old girl is pretty much the same as 40mph hitting same girl.

    get it learned.

    I never said it wasn't breaking the law, but it happens, whether I do it or somebody else does it. However, I don't see too many 8-year-olds crossing the highway out in these parts. And I wouldn't call a ten year old buick a "hot rod" either. People, wherever they live, know the places where they can get away with certain traffic infractions. State Route 2 and I-90 withing Cleveland city limits being the most known of those areas. My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.

    police change up their schedules

    oh my lord! It's a surprising twist!

    Driving 80 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = STILL SPEEDING

    Raneados on
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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    the road test is designed over many many years and changed and molded to suite the current needs of the population. It's different per state, much usually not too much. As some states have different driving conditions. The tests are based on the general public. Once again, not what you feel like you can do in your hot rod.

    I live in Florida. Where old people come to die and young kids come to the beach and act like idiots. I know bad drivers.

    I get cut off probably 7 times a day and narrowly avoid probably 1 fatal wreck every 2 days. Why do I avoid them? Because I'm paying attention, not talking on a phone, not speeding, and watching everyone around me.

    I'm not going to get all high-and-mighty and say people should be fiend hundreds of dollars for going 5 mph over the limit, it happens, you're not expected to keep one eye on the speedometer and flog yourself for breaking the law by a few MPH, it happens. But if you ARE going 36 in a 35, you ARE breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You're just not breaking it enough for anyone to really care. 39 mph hitting an 8-year old girl is pretty much the same as 40mph hitting same girl.

    get it learned.

    I never said it wasn't breaking the law, but it happens, whether I do it or somebody else does it. However, I don't see too many 8-year-olds crossing the highway out in these parts. And I wouldn't call a ten year old buick a "hot rod" either. People, wherever they live, know the places where they can get away with certain traffic infractions. State Route 2 and I-90 withing Cleveland city limits being the most known of those areas. My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.

    police change up their schedules

    oh my lord! It's a surprising twist!
    Driving 80 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = STILL SPEEDING

    Doing 50 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = HINDERING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC

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    JordynJordyn Really, Commander? Probing Uranus. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Knob, I was all scared driving back to Seattle, do you want to hear why?

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Jordyn wrote:
    Knob, I was all scared driving back to Seattle, do you want to hear why?

    yes tell me why

    driving in seattle made me want to murderate someone

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    jwalkjwalk Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Don't be retarded.

    Any time you get in a car you are putting life and property at risk, no matter what your speed is. You could "lose control" as you put it at 30mph just as easily at 80mph.

    Point is, driving a few miles over the posted speed isn't always and automatically more dangerous - or even illegal! Yet that doesn't matter to the lazy fat donut breath who's just trying to make his quota. He just wants to make is supervisor happy. Fortunately we have checks and balances in this country and I'm not about to waive my rights (you do what you want...)

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Doing 50 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = HINDERING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC

    oh everyone else is doing it so i should do it to

    Knob on
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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    So you drive 50 in the right hand lane if you really cared.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    seriously moe underscore fwacky has just about covered every last one of the stock adolescent excuses

    Knob on
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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    Don't be retarded.

    Any time you get in a car you are putting life and property at risk, no matter what your speed is. You could "lose control" as you put it at 30mph just as easily at 80mph.

    Point is, driving a few miles over the posted speed isn't always and automatically more dangerous - or even illegal! Yet that doesn't matter to the lazy fat donut breath who's just trying to make his quota. He just wants to make is supervisor happy. Fortunately we have checks and balances in this country and I'm not about to waive my rights (you do what you want...)

    Why is it that the only people who seem to match my driving mentality are only found in California (which, btw, I loved driving in).

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    BroloBrolo Broseidon Lord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    Don't be retarded.

    Any time you get in a car you are putting life and property at risk, no matter what your speed is. You could "lose control" as you put it at 30mph just as easily at 80mph.

    Point is, driving a few miles over the posted speed isn't always and automatically more dangerous - or even illegal! Yet that doesn't matter to the lazy fat donut breath who's just trying to make his quota. He just wants to make is supervisor happy. Fortunately we have checks and balances in this country and I'm not about to waive my rights (you do what you want...)


    I want you to think very carefully about this statement you just made.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    i mean, these are the exact excuses i get from my 5 year old nephew when he fucks up

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    RaneadosRaneados police apologist you shouldn't have been there, obviouslyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    the road test is designed over many many years and changed and molded to suite the current needs of the population. It's different per state, much usually not too much. As some states have different driving conditions. The tests are based on the general public. Once again, not what you feel like you can do in your hot rod.

    I live in Florida. Where old people come to die and young kids come to the beach and act like idiots. I know bad drivers.

    I get cut off probably 7 times a day and narrowly avoid probably 1 fatal wreck every 2 days. Why do I avoid them? Because I'm paying attention, not talking on a phone, not speeding, and watching everyone around me.

    I'm not going to get all high-and-mighty and say people should be fiend hundreds of dollars for going 5 mph over the limit, it happens, you're not expected to keep one eye on the speedometer and flog yourself for breaking the law by a few MPH, it happens. But if you ARE going 36 in a 35, you ARE breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You're just not breaking it enough for anyone to really care. 39 mph hitting an 8-year old girl is pretty much the same as 40mph hitting same girl.

    get it learned.

    I never said it wasn't breaking the law, but it happens, whether I do it or somebody else does it. However, I don't see too many 8-year-olds crossing the highway out in these parts. And I wouldn't call a ten year old buick a "hot rod" either. People, wherever they live, know the places where they can get away with certain traffic infractions. State Route 2 and I-90 withing Cleveland city limits being the most known of those areas. My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.

    police change up their schedules

    oh my lord! It's a surprising twist!
    Driving 80 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = STILL SPEEDING

    Doing 50 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = HINDERING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC

    uh, hahaha no.

    Doing the speed limit while everyone is going 30 miles p hour faster than you is not illegal

    you're not hindering anything, you are obeying the law.


    Dude, slow your car down, you can thank me with the money you'll save from accidents and tickets

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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Rolo wrote:
    jwalk wrote:
    Don't be retarded.

    Any time you get in a car you are putting life and property at risk, no matter what your speed is. You could "lose control" as you put it at 30mph just as easily at 80mph.

    Point is, driving a few miles over the posted speed isn't always and automatically more dangerous - or even illegal! Yet that doesn't matter to the lazy fat donut breath who's just trying to make his quota. He just wants to make is supervisor happy. Fortunately we have checks and balances in this country and I'm not about to waive my rights (you do what you want...)


    I want you to think very carefully about this statement you just made.

    Yes, an 80mph crash would me more devastating than a 30mph crash, even if control is lost just as easily.

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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Your reaction time does not change when you go faster. So you go further before you react when you are going faster, therefore it is harder to control.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    jwalk and moe_fwacky are both criminally retarded

    i think all further replies to them should consists of HURF HURF DOOF okay

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    XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I bet that everyone in this thread speeds to some degree

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    JavenJaven Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    ITT people willfully break the law then victimize themselves when police officers enforce clearly posted laws.

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I love to slurp dongs dipped in that chocolate stuff that hardens into a shell and I have a hard chocolate dick.

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    Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Raneados wrote:
    Moe_Fwacky wrote:
    Starfuck wrote:
    guys
    laws should be individually enforced based on skill levels

    if you're really good at crossing in the middle of the street, you should be allowed

    If the test to get a driver's license was harder, they could safely increase the speed limit. As it is, any idiot with glasses or decent eyesight can pass a driving test without more than 5 minutes of a road test (at least in Ohio). If there was a much more stringent testing procedure, there would be more safer drivers who were qualified to drive at higher speeds and fewer cars on the road (due to the people who were unable to pass the tests).

    or maybe you shouldn't act like everyone should kowtow to your mad driving skillz

    Okay, I don't know what kind of drivers you have out there, but people out here are down-right retarded when it comes to driving. I've seen people drive on flat tires until there was nothing but rim and shredded rubber left, there are people who drive 40mph on the 60mph highways. When it snows, everybody freaks out and forgets how to drive, despite the fact that we go through this shit every single fucking year (and no, i don't drive any faster than is safe in slippery conditions, safe being defined by the roads and my car's ability to handle them). I don't think it would hurt for people to have a little more sense and skill when on the road, and a harder driver's test would help ensure that.

    the road test is designed over many many years and changed and molded to suite the current needs of the population. It's different per state, much usually not too much. As some states have different driving conditions. The tests are based on the general public. Once again, not what you feel like you can do in your hot rod.

    I live in Florida. Where old people come to die and young kids come to the beach and act like idiots. I know bad drivers.

    I get cut off probably 7 times a day and narrowly avoid probably 1 fatal wreck every 2 days. Why do I avoid them? Because I'm paying attention, not talking on a phone, not speeding, and watching everyone around me.

    I'm not going to get all high-and-mighty and say people should be fiend hundreds of dollars for going 5 mph over the limit, it happens, you're not expected to keep one eye on the speedometer and flog yourself for breaking the law by a few MPH, it happens. But if you ARE going 36 in a 35, you ARE breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You are breaking the law. You're just not breaking it enough for anyone to really care. 39 mph hitting an 8-year old girl is pretty much the same as 40mph hitting same girl.

    get it learned.

    I never said it wasn't breaking the law, but it happens, whether I do it or somebody else does it. However, I don't see too many 8-year-olds crossing the highway out in these parts. And I wouldn't call a ten year old buick a "hot rod" either. People, wherever they live, know the places where they can get away with certain traffic infractions. State Route 2 and I-90 withing Cleveland city limits being the most known of those areas. My complaint isn't so much that I got ticketed for breaking the law, but that it happened in an area that is known to not have police activity and the time of day to which it happened.

    police change up their schedules

    oh my lord! It's a surprising twist!
    Driving 80 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = STILL SPEEDING

    Doing 50 in a 50 when everyone is doing 80 = HINDERING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC

    uh, hahaha no.

    Doing the speed limit while everyone is going 30 miles p hour faster than you is not illegal

    you're not hindering anything, you are obeying the law.


    Dude, slow your car down, you can thank me with the money you'll save from accidents and tickets

    This is obviously a state-to-state difference. In the state of ohio, if your speed is hindering the natural flow of traffic, even if that flow is above the posted limit, you are posing a danger to those other drivers and can be ticketed.

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    BroloBrolo Broseidon Lord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    On a side note, man, this thread is making me wish Tube wasn't dead.

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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Xaquin44 wrote:
    I bet that everyone in this thread speeds to some degree
    Yet amazingly, when I get caught,I just own up to it.
    It's not the worst crime out there, and the punishment isn't that bad.

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