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Had some fun at the lake

Stuck it tho! Lol

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That's the kind of thing I used to do on my bike as a kid. I drive responsibly now however, too much is at stake to be foolish these days.

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"Responsibly" to me means that I am not going to cause property damage, get tickets, or injure anyone. If I accept that my own vehicle may need new tires or a bit of maintenance after creating some much-needed tire smoke, what's the harm?

Tire smoke is magical. It has long-lasting effects on people, and causes some odd side effects like turning the corners of your mouth upward, along with involuntary whooping and hollering.

Hell, after getting a new car one time (a little 1st gen MR2) I drove 3 1/2 hours to Kansas City and showed my aunt Bert (who I am not even particularly close to!) what doughnuts were. Even SHE now appreciates the beneficial effects of tire smoke, and if I may be blunt, she's a little dull.

So good on you, and many more wonderful trips to the lake! Learning to use your car in a situation where there's nothing to hit, and no one to kill if you screw up? Winning.

I smile a lot. It makes people wonder what I'm up to...
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I never said harmful, I said foolish. But, suppose there is a small stone you didn't see... and a person walking in just the wrong place at just the wrong time that you never saw...It could be a dangerous or deadly situation that you never saw coming. It's always better to err on the side of caution. If you want to play, rent a track for a day. If you want to learn to handle the car under conditions that could be hazardous, Bob Bondurant has a place and class for exactly that. For a couple hundred for the day, it's cheap insurance.
Using public roads to do dangerous and illegal things even if you think there is no one around is simply foolish. The law does not say, "unless there is no one around" lol.
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