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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-18-2011 Thread Starter
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How about everyone always riding your ass. Sudden braking. No turn signals. Texting and driving. Not checking blind spots. Speeding, weaving, and being cut off. I see this everyday on the road to work. Just yesterday I was on my bike and had a lady cut me off, and I saw another lady ran a red light, but saw her intentions because she was on the phone. I yelled, "wait!" to my brother because he just bought a 2012 v6 and didnt want him to get t boned but the damn lady idiot

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Whoever came up with that rating clearly has never driven in Los Angeles. Try the 101/5/10 freeway interchange (that's right, 3 of 'em at once) at 75 mph, it's always good for a nice little rush followed by a standing wipe once you get through to the other side. Hell, just the 101 through Hollywood/ downtown LA area can be pretty crazy most of the time, you gotta really be on your toes if self preservation is an instinct you posess. Both spots I mentioned, especially that fwy interchange, are at best poorly engineered, very clausterphobic (skinny lanes so they can fit more of them, and zero shoulder in most areas) and unless there's already an accident ahead then the flow of traffic is usually 65-85 mph. There's always somebody riding your ass (can't see their headlights in your mirror), and if you leave any space between you and the car in front of you so you have time to hit your brakes then people just swerve in front of you and take up whatever small amount of space there is. I absolutely hate driving in Los Angeles, but I figure that if you can hack it here then you can drive anywhere. Except maybe Tijuana, but driving there is a real man's sport, Dale Earnhardt ain't got nothin' on that town...
Drive in Iraq. No one really follows any type of rules there on the roads. Especially us, because we have armored Hummers that are bigger and heavier than anything else. Since you never know another driver's intentions with all the suicide bombers there, it used to be acceptable to PIT a car into the ditch if someone cut you off. Plus you see whacky **** like dudes driving with a shitload of goats stuffed in a taxi cab or two guys on a motorcycle and one of them is struggling to hold onto a rowboat over the top of them.
Don't like the way some car is barreling toward you in your lane? Just fire a .50 cal machine gun into the pavement in front of them!

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Drive in Iraq. No one really follows any type of rules there on the roads. Especially us, because we have armored Hummers that are bigger and heavier than anything else. Since you never know another driver's intentions with all the suicide bombers there, it used to be acceptable to PIT a car into the ditch if someone cut you off. Plus you see whacky **** like dudes driving with a shitload of goats stuffed in a taxi cab or two guys on a motorcycle and one of them is struggling to hold onto a rowboat over the top of them.
Don't like the way some car is barreling toward you in your lane? Just fire a .50 cal machine gun into the pavement in front of them!
HOOAH!!!!! Roger that rabbit. Roger that. What branch?
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HOOAH!!!!! Roger that rabbit. Roger that. What branch?
Same as you, judging by your response. Except we frown upon "Hooah."
"Hooah" is a conditioned response the Army uses to keep you stupid. :hihi:
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WTF was this thread about, originally?
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Thats why I responded like I did. Only Army says it like that
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A few posts earlier, made me want to open up another thread.....
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