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Kinda long but the ending is worth the wait. Enjoy…

A couple of Canadian red necks get into some road rage with a rich guy in a
BMW Z4. Don’t judge a book by its cover, just cause he drives a nice car
doesn’t mean he’s soft.

http://www.break.com/index/red_neck_bmw_road_rage.html

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10 Responses to “Kinda long but the ending is worth the wait. Enjoy…”

  1. admin says:

    "BE" <b…@home.com> wrote

    >A couple of Canadian red necks get into some road rage with a rich guy in a
    >BMW Z4. Don’t judge a book by its cover, just cause he drives a nice car
    >doesn’t mean he’s soft.

    > http://www.break.com/index/red_neck_bmw_road_rage.html

    Amusingly, the "red necks" appear to be in a Toyota (you can see
    the steering wheel about 1/2 way through.)

    Two sets of idiots that really show off the worst side of US society.

    FloydR

  2. admin says:

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    Scott en Aztlán wrote:
    > "Floyd Rogers" <fbloogy…@hotmail.com> said in rec.autos.driving:

    > >"BE" <b…@home.com> wrote
    > >>A couple of Canadian red necks get into some road rage with a rich guy in a
    > >>BMW Z4. Don’t judge a book by its cover, just cause he drives a nice car
    > >>doesn’t mean he’s soft.

    > >> http://www.break.com/index/red_neck_bmw_road_rage.html

    > >Amusingly, the "red necks" appear to be in a Toyota (you can see
    > >the steering wheel about 1/2 way through.)

    > >Two sets of idiots that really show off the worst side of US society.

    > You mean the worst ACTING. This "incident" was obviously staged.

    Yeah, this does seem staged. After all, when the BMW driver said to
    turn off the camera, and his girlfriend walked over to get it, the
    whole thing kept filming their heads and everything. But there really
    are too many *actual* people like this on the road. These people need
    to be screened for this personality type before they can get driver’s
    licenses. They also need to follow some rules (like on this site:
    http://roadetiquette.com/) that the DMVs and police don’t point out or
    enforce.

  3. admin says:

    Scott en Aztlán wrote:
    > kjhos…@gmail.com said in rec.autos.driving:

    > >They also need to follow some rules (like on this site:
    > >http://roadetiquette.com/) that the DMVs and police don’t point out or
    > >enforce.

    > Thanks for the link. That page should be required reading before
    > getting a driver’s license (or subscribing to this newsgroup :)

    Oh yeah, some real gems:

    "Traffic Laws. Ok, so for those of you who think you’re being nice,
    when you decide to let some idiot who screwed up go ahead, think again.
    You’re just making it worse for everyone else. The only one benefiting
    is the clown who decided to correct his mistake by screwing everyone
    else over…"

    - What the fuck does that have to do with traffic laws?

    "Don’t Litter. If you throw trash or flick your cigarette butts out
    your window, you’re no better than that trash or cigarette butt. Nuff
    said. By the way, do you realize that a lit cigarette flying out of a
    window at night on the freeway towards you looks like a little
    fireball?"

    - Zip on traffic laws, but they have littering laws down.  Especially
    throwing cigarettes from the window…?

    "Use Your Mirrors"?  Gee, nobody is ever told that.

    "About This Site"
    "Inevitably, things like this website start off as a subject of
    conversation among a group of friends. So we ranted about how bad
    drivers were in general and got pissed off almost every time we got on
    the road and thought "we should gather a list of our annoyances and
    stick it on the Web." Well it only took a few years(!), but here it
    is."  http://roadetiquette.com/about.php

    It took a few years for "we" to compile that single page… well, *and*
    get it up on the web.  The entire group is obviously severely retarded,
    I don’t see how they could have driven their first mile.
     —–

    - gpsman

  4. admin says:

    BE wrote:
    > A couple of Canadian red necks get into some road rage with a rich guy in a
    > BMW Z4. Don’t judge a book by its cover, just cause he drives a nice car
    > doesn’t mean he’s soft.

    > http://www.break.com/index/red_neck_bmw_road_rage.html

    That’s the best reason to try and keep your cool on the road.  The other
    driver could be an armed.  Why get worked up over being cut off.  It’s
    not worth it.

    SL.

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  5. admin says:

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    gpsman wrote:
    > Scott en Aztlán wrote:
    > > kjhos…@gmail.com said in rec.autos.driving:

    > > >They also need to follow some rules (like on this site:
    > > >http://roadetiquette.com/) that the DMVs and police don’t point out or
    > > >enforce.

    > > Thanks for the link. That page should be required reading before
    > > getting a driver’s license (or subscribing to this newsgroup :)

    > Oh yeah, some real gems:

    > "Traffic Laws. Ok, so for those of you who think you’re being nice,
    > when you decide to let some idiot who screwed up go ahead, think again.
    > You’re just making it worse for everyone else. The only one benefiting
    > is the clown who decided to correct his mistake by screwing everyone
    > else over…"

    > – What the fuck does that have to do with traffic laws?

    It means, "follow the laws concerning right of way, don’t let people go
    to be ‘nice’ because people aren’t expecting it, and the laws are
    written the way they are for a reason."  And the name of the page is
    roadETIQUETTE not roadLEGALITY.

    > "Don’t Litter. If you throw trash or flick your cigarette butts out
    > your window, you’re no better than that trash or cigarette butt. Nuff
    > said. By the way, do you realize that a lit cigarette flying out of a
    > window at night on the freeway towards you looks like a little
    > fireball?"

    > – Zip on traffic laws, but they have littering laws down.  Especially
    > throwing cigarettes from the window…?

    > "Use Your Mirrors"?  Gee, nobody is ever told that.

    And yet it bears repeating.

    > "About This Site"
    > "Inevitably, things like this website start off as a subject of
    > conversation among a group of friends. So we ranted about how bad
    > drivers were in general and got pissed off almost every time we got on
    > the road and thought "we should gather a list of our annoyances and
    > stick it on the Web." Well it only took a few years(!), but here it
    > is."  http://roadetiquette.com/about.php

    > It took a few years for "we" to compile that single page… well, *and*
    > get it up on the web.  The entire group is obviously severely retarded,
    > I don’t see how they could have driven their first mile.

    Right.  Like people don’t have anything better to do, like work, eat,
    sleep etc…  now if maintaining that page were someone’s full time
    job, I’d agree with you, but it seems pretty clear it’s a volunteer
    effort.

    nate

  6. admin says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen (and I use those words loosely), Scott en Aztlán
    said in rec.autos.driving:

    > It’s very telling that gpstroll is trying so desperately to criticize
    > that web page. Anyone with a lick of common sense agrees 100% with
    > what has been posted there.

    The only ones that he wants to disagree with are those of un in this
    newsgroup.


    I ncompetence &
    C orruption
    E picenter

  7. admin says:

    On 28 Aug 2006 06:06:46 -0700, "N8N" <njna…@hotmail.com> wrote:

    >> – What the fuck does that have to do with traffic laws?

    >It means, "follow the laws concerning right of way, don’t let people go
    >to be ‘nice’ because people aren’t expecting it, and the laws are
    >written the way they are for a reason."  And the name of the page is
    >roadETIQUETTE not roadLEGALITY.

    Doesn’t that equate to, "The law is the law"?
    I keep hearing that that is never an excuse.

    Bill Funk
    replace "g" with "a"

  8. admin says:

    In article <hrp6f25ce5t4aiov0mab9vt9puo9lav…@4ax.com>, Bill Funk wrote:
    > On 28 Aug 2006 06:06:46 -0700, "N8N" <njna…@hotmail.com> wrote:

    >>> – What the fuck does that have to do with traffic laws?

    >>It means, "follow the laws concerning right of way, don’t let people go
    >>to be ‘nice’ because people aren’t expecting it, and the laws are
    >>written the way they are for a reason."  And the name of the page is
    >>roadETIQUETTE not roadLEGALITY.

    > Doesn’t that equate to, "The law is the law"?
    > I keep hearing that that is never an excuse.

    No.

  9. admin says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen (and I use those words loosely), BE said in
    rec.autos.driving:

    > A couple of Canadian red necks get into some road rage with a rich guy in a
    > BMW Z4. Don’t judge a book by its cover, just cause he drives a nice car
    > doesn’t mean he’s soft.

    > http://www.break.com/index/red_neck_bmw_road_rage.html

    As Mr. Spock would say, "fascinating."

    However, I didn’t know that Canada had a Second Ammendment. I thought
    they were as pussified as the Brits and the Aussies when it came to gun
    ownership…

    B rotherhood of
    A ssholes &
    T otalitarian
    F ascists

  10. admin says:

    <tedor…@hotmail.com> wrote in message

    news:1156600432.800735.119110@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com…

    > This week Bush spent 90 minutes talking to the families of slain GI’s.
    > As well he should. But never a word to the families of those killed by
    > his beloved "hard-working" illegal aliens.

    Hard working? Where? At my hotel, they just stand around, gossip and run up
    their time.