Do not mention his name here. He spits on us and talks crap and you're directing people to him from our site? I don't think so. I know you're neutral and that's fine, but please do not mention him here.
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I hate to devil's advocate here, but the guy in the car actually beat him out to the lane. Normally, if the guy in the SUV got hit, he would've been at fault since the damage would have been in the front quarter of him cutting in...why? I deal with that sh!t daily and actually rammed a guy in a similar manner who tried to cut me off in an older car of mine. I was found not to be at fault by the insurance company.
If the guy was civil about it he would've just slowed and pulled behind the other guy. I normally do now since I don't drive a junker.
I'll admit the splash tactic was funny.
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Waaay back in the day, and I mean waaay back, like in 99 I was selling watches in the swap meets. So one cold and dark morning up hwy 65 from bfld towards porterville some idiots were on the way to work.. probably in the fields in a very old datsun, looked like a 510 but anyways, I was in a dodge ram van, the LONG one with a big ass trailer hitch..
well homeboys passed me up and slowed down, i passed them & they flashed me & passed me again... same thing slowed down to like 40mps...
it was like 4 am and it was just me & them... so after 4 or 5 back & forth passings.. i got tired of their shit so i sped up to like 70 & he was right on my ass... so I did the kind thing and slammed my brakes... felt a little bump.. only thing I saw was their parking lights swerving off into the shoulder...
I've been laughing about it ever since... probably busted up their engine cuz that hitch was big...
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