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This is what being an LLB gets you…

…dead.

http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
this would have not happened.

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24 Responses to “This is what being an LLB gets you…”

  1. admin says:

    necromancer, <necroman…@kretp.tmy> was motivated to say this in
    rec.autos.driving on Tue, 22 Nov 2005 00:39:11 -0500:

    <snip>
    > PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > this would have not happened.

              ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Should read "would not have happened." My bad…

  2. admin says:

    On Tue, 22 Nov 2005 00:39:11 -0500, necromancer
    <necroman…@kretp.tmy> was understood to have stated the following:

    >…dead.

    >http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    >I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    >imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
    >the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    >this would have not happened.

    Judging from the photo of the girl, I wouldn’t be surprise in the
    least if she had her rear-view adjusted for "optimum make-up
    application" rather than proper driving. That she came from an
    entrance ramp and proceeded immediately to the left hand lane
    demonstrates gross ignorance of proper merging, and she wasn’t wearing
    a seat belt.

    2,999 more morons to go this month, I suppose.

    "Laura Bush Murdered Her Boyfriend" brags of it’s homosexuallity:

    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    Joshua Calvert <joshua_l_calv…@hotmail.com> demonstrates his lack of understanding of the terms "sarcasm", "irony", and "hypocrisy":
    Poor rightard, forced to whine about an 40 year old event.
    Message-ID: <Xns970A68202F1C5joshualcalverthotmai@68.6.19.6>

  3. admin says:

    In article <MPG.1dec7900e6230ad4989…@newsgroups.bellsouth.net>, necromancer wrote:
    > …dead.

    > http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    > imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
    > the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > this would have not happened.

    Notice how the woman is portrayed as a hapless victim of ‘road-rage’.

    Meanwhile, the woman who died did the following:

    1) Cut across all lanes of traffic.
    2) Cut off another driver forcing him to take evasive action.
    3) Occupied the passing lane while not passing.
    4) Brake tested the driver she cut off. (she chose the following distance)
    5) Accelerated to block the driver she cut off from passing on the right.
    6) Tailgating.
    7) Not wearing a seat belt.

    The evil road rager did the following:

    1) refused to back off when a driver cut in front of him choosing a small
    separation distance.
    2) brake tested the driver who previously did the same to him.

    While he shouldn’t have done the braking, (he should have simply lifted off
    the throttle or if well ahead, like a 1/8 of a mile or more used the brakes
    IMO) I cannot get over how the media continues to protray treating  
    other drivers rudely as perfectly acceptable behavior but the unavoidable
    result of eventually doing it to someone who has reached his breaking
    point is the fault of the guy who snapped, being treated rudely one time
    too many.

    And I don’t know what they could charge the man with in this case anyway.
    Consistancy states he is not at fault. If the woman who cut him off
    crossing all lanes had slammed on the brakes that instant and there was a
    collision, he would have been ticketed and considered at fault. It’s that
    ‘rule’ the dead woman seems to have based her me-first-fuck-you driving
    style upon, it’s odd that it is what killed her. Anyway, one doesn’t need
    a reason to hit the brakes given the typical slow-is-safe-always-brake-at-
    the-sightest-reason teachings of driving in the USA.

    To be consistant, there’s nothing they can charge him with.

    Of course consistancy isn’t likely going to occur.

  4. admin says:

    In article <MPG.1dec7900e6230ad4989…@newsgroups.bellsouth.net>,
    necromancer <necroman…@kretp.tmy> says:

    >http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    "The Florida Highway Patrol says the incident started when Shore
    moved from an entrance ramp into the far left lane of JTB."

    Typical woman driver; "Left Lane == Lame Lane".

            -Kenny


    Kenneth R. Crudup  Sr. SW Engineer, Scott County Consulting, Los Angeles
    H: 3630 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #138, L.A., CA 90034-6809      (310) 391-1898

  5. admin says:

    necromancer wrote:
    > …dead.

    > http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    > imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
    > the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > this would have not happened.

    What a cunt.  Sounds like she was actively blocking him.

    nate

  6. admin says:

    necromancer wrote:
    > …dead.

    > http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    > imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) ,

    He didnt do anything wrong

    > the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > this would have not happened.

    If the cunt had not been so aggressive and dumb, this would have not happened.

  7. admin says:

    Kenneth Crudup wrote:
    > In article <MPG.1dec7900e6230ad4989…@newsgroups.bellsouth.net>,
    > necromancer <necroman…@kretp.tmy> says:

    >>http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > "The Florida Highway Patrol says the incident started when Shore
    > moved from an entrance ramp into the far left lane of JTB."

    > Typical woman driver; "Left Lane == Lame Lane".

    Not a typical woman driver at all. Engaging in a road rage
    duel with 2 babies in the car and without a seatbelt?
    She was a psychopath. Good riddance.

  8. admin says:

    223rem wrote:
    > necromancer wrote:
    > > …dead.

    > > http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > > I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    > > imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) ,

    > He didnt do anything wrong

    yes he did, he brake checked her apparently.  Still less than the dead
    woman, who apparently merged improperly, brake checked, and tried to
    block a pass.

    > > the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > > this would have not happened.

    > If the cunt had not been so aggressive and dumb, this would have not happened.

    Damn straight…  it is very difficult to feel sympathy for her.

    nate

  9. admin says:

    "necromancer" <necroman…@kretp.tmy> wrote in message

    news:MPG.1dec7900e6230ad49896b9@newsgroups.bellsouth.net…

    > …dead.

    > http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    > imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
    > the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > this would have not happened.

    liberal leftie bitch is dead?

  10. admin says:

    On Tue, 22 Nov 2005 00:39:11 -0500, necromancer

    <necroman…@kretp.tmy> wrote:
    >…dead.

    >http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    >I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    >imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
    >the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    >this would have not happened.

    I just LOVE the liberal media. Even though it had absolutely nothing
    to do with anything, they just HAD to wag their fingers at this woman
    by saying she wasn’t wearing her seat belt.

    As for the actions of the doctor, Kenny and the other Fatalists would
    say that the Doctor did what he did because God made him do it, and
    that it was that stupid blonde bitch’s time to go. If that’s true, the
    Doctor should not be charged with any crime – he was merely a tool of
    God’s will.

  11. admin says:

    Brent P, <tetraethylleadREMOVET…@yahoo.com> was motivated to say this
    in rec.autos.driving on Tue, 22 Nov 2005 00:53:54 -0600:

    > Notice how the woman is portrayed as a hapless victim of ‘road-rage’.

    Don’t they always? The only ones I have any sympathy for are the two
    kids who went through this. Hopefully whom ever teaches them to drive in
    the future is not the same one who taught their mother to drive. And
    hopefully the first thing they will be taught is proper merging and  
    KRETP.

    > Meanwhile, the woman who died did the following:

    > 1) Cut across all lanes of traffic.
    > 2) Cut off another driver forcing him to take evasive action.
    > 3) Occupied the passing lane while not passing.
    > 4) Brake tested the driver she cut off. (she chose the following distance)
    > 5) Accelerated to block the driver she cut off from passing on the right.
    > 6) Tailgating.
    > 7) Not wearing a seat belt.

    If it weren’t for judy still posting here, I would have sworn this was
    judy driving that car.

    > The evil road rager did the following:

    > 1) refused to back off when a driver cut in front of him choosing a small
    > separation distance.
    > 2) brake tested the driver who previously did the same to him.

    > While he shouldn’t have done the braking, (he should have simply lifted off
    > the throttle or if well ahead, like a 1/8 of a mile or more used the brakes
    > IMO) I cannot get over how the media continues to protray treating  
    > other drivers rudely as perfectly acceptable behavior but the unavoidable
    > result of eventually doing it to someone who has reached his breaking
    > point is the fault of the guy who snapped, being treated rudely one time
    > too many.

    Agreed, he could have been more "professional," about the situation. I
    just hope I never have to see him for some health reason if he is this
    prone to flying off the handle, though…

    > And I don’t know what they could charge the man with in this case anyway.
    > Consistancy states he is not at fault. If the woman who cut him off
    > crossing all lanes had slammed on the brakes that instant and there was a
    > collision, he would have been ticketed and considered at fault. It’s that
    > ‘rule’ the dead woman seems to have based her me-first-fuck-you driving
    > style upon, it’s odd that it is what killed her. Anyway, one doesn’t need
    > a reason to hit the brakes given the typical slow-is-safe-always-brake-at-
    > the-sightest-reason teachings of driving in the USA.

    > To be consistant, there’s nothing they can charge him with.

    IMO, he should be charged with something. He was just as in the wrong as
    the girl for retaliating.

    > Of course consistancy isn’t likely going to occur.

    In a screwball state like FL, anything is possible.

  12. admin says:

    Dan J.S., <m…@hyperx.com> was motivated to say this in rec.autos.driving
    on Tue, 22 Nov 2005 09:07:40 -0600:

    > liberal leftie bitch is dead?

    Yep. One less LLB on the road.

  13. admin says:

    Scott en Aztlán wrote:
    > I just LOVE the liberal media. Even though it had absolutely nothing
    > to do with anything, they just HAD to wag their fingers at this woman
    > by saying she wasn’t wearing her seat belt.

    —–

    Duh.  How does- "Kierra Shore, 24, was not wearing her seat belt at the
    time" qualify as an act of liberalism?  Methinks you may have the
    volume set too high on your Liberalism Detector.

    Are you saying that it shouldn’t have been mentioned… or that people
    shouldn’t wear seatbelts?  Or that when people not wearing their
    seatbelt are killed it should be kept a secret?  Or that only crashes
    where seatbelts are worn should be reported…?

    I think a couple of insurance companies may be wagging their heads when
    Mr. Shore tries to collect on her accident and life policies… and
    laughing about the money Ms. Shore’s failure to wear her seatbelt saved
    their shareholders.

    A better title for this thread would be: This is what can happen when
    two MFFY’s get into a pissing contest.  Winners- 0.  Losers- 4,
    minimum.
     —–

    - gpsman

  14. admin says:

    necromancer wrote:
    > Brent P, <tetraethylleadREMOVET…@yahoo.com> was motivated to say this
    > > To be consistant, there’s nothing they can charge him with.

    > IMO, he should be charged with something. He was just as in the wrong as
    > the girl for retaliating.

    I don’t agree.  She shouldn’t have lost control of the vehicle that
    easily and the fact that she did was entirely her fault.

    Interestingly enough, I had something similar happen to me several
    years ago.  It started when I flashed my brights at someone blocking
    the left lane.  The person then hit the brakes hard and I ended up
    having to swerve into the right lane to avoid colliding with him.  I
    was driving a 1990 Mazda MPV and still maintained control of the
    vehicle.

    The next thing I did was start moving back left towards the side of his
    vehicle.  He backed off.  Let’s just say that I was really pissed off
    at the time, and I shouldn’t have swerved back into him.

  15. admin says:

    gpsman, <gps…@driversmail.com> was motivated to say this in
    rec.autos.driving on 22 Nov 2005 08:15:02 -0800:

    > A better title for this thread would be: This is what can happen when
    > two MFFY’s get into a pissing contest.

    I didn’t think of MFFY when I wrote the post, but you are right…

    > Winners- 0.  Losers- 4, minimum.

    Winners- 0. Losers- 2.

    IMNSHO, her two kids are the only losers. Unless you count the rest of
    us as losers as the roadraging quack is still around.

  16. admin says:

    Arif Khokar, <guyincogn…@techemail.com> was motivated to say this in
    rec.autos.driving on 22 Nov 2005 08:20:33 -0800:

    > I don’t agree.  

    Disagree, he could have kept his cool, backed off the gas and gotten out
    of the situation. I encounter nonsense from idiot drivers like the girl
    alot, also. I don’t use my car as a weapon to retaliate, though (I just
    wait untill I get home and vent here…).

    > She shouldn’t have lost control of the vehicle that
    > easily and the fact that she did was entirely her fault.

    From what I saw in the TV presentation, the car was a first generation
    ford pourus, which would make it around 14 to 19 years old. Can’t
    imagine that the suspension, steering etc… were in optimum condition.

  17. admin says:

    necromancer wrote:
    > …dead.

    > http://tinyurl.com/8wofm

    > I’m not not justifying the actions of the doctor by any stretch of the
    > imagination (I hope they hang him from the Dames Point Bridge) , but if
    > the girl had simply KEPT RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS and had not been LLB’ing,
    > this would have not happened.

    Shut up you idiot. Obey the law and stop your damn speeding. That’s the
    answer.

  18. admin says:

    Laura Bush murdered her boy friend, <xeton2…@yahoo.com> was motivated to say this in rec.

    > Shut up you idiot. Obey the law and stop your damn speeding. That’s the
    > answer.

    ROTFLMAO! As usual, you have no clue what we are discussing and your
    reply is totally off topic. Like usual.

  19. admin says:

    necromancer wrote:
    > Disagree, he could have kept his cool, backed off the gas and gotten out
    > of the situation.

    Regardless of the situation, there was no actual contact between the
    vehicles.  Had he sideswiped or rear ended her car, then I would agree
    with having applicable charges filed against him.

    The fact that she decided to tailgate and failed to maintain control of
    the vehicle was entirely her fault.

    > From what I saw in the TV presentation, the car was a first generation
    > ford pourus, which would make it around 14 to 19 years old. Can’t
    > imagine that the suspension, steering etc… were in optimum condition.

    They still probably were better than that minivan I was driving (which
    was around 11 years old at the time of the incident I described earler).

  20. admin says:

    In article <MPG.1ded0c4a12809048989…@newsgroups.bellsouth.net>, necromancer wrote:
    >> To be consistant, there’s nothing they can charge him with.

    > IMO, he should be charged with something. He was just as in the wrong as
    > the girl for retaliating.

    Here it is again, the infinite tolerance model. Just turn the other
    cheek. It’s not a workable model. It never will be. Everyone has a
    breaking point, it just varies where that braking point is. The goal
    should be to minimize what people need to tolerate to the actual mistakes
    someone who has strived to be competent, is paying attention and trying
    to do his best makes. That level will be so low that only the mentally
    ill will crack.

    He treated her like she treated him. She got a reflection of her own
    behavior back at her. It’s also obvious she lacked the driving skills to
    handle what she dished out. It’s not like the guy’s SUV would have
    stunning braking performance anyway.

  21. admin says:

    In article <MPG.1ded125fb8715141989…@newsgroups.bellsouth.net>, necromancer wrote:
    > Disagree, he could have kept his cool, backed off the gas and gotten out
    > of the situation. I encounter nonsense from idiot drivers like the girl
    > alot, also. I don’t use my car as a weapon to retaliate, though (I just
    > wait untill I get home and vent here…).

    Infinite tolerance model. Maybe this was the 43rd LLB he had encountered
    that day and he could only tolerate 42 and she had to take a few notches
    higher by cutting across all lanes, cutting him off and brake testing
    him.

    > From what I saw in the TV presentation, the car was a first generation
    > ford pourus, which would make it around 14 to 19 years old. Can’t
    > imagine that the suspension, steering etc… were in optimum condition.

    Even more stupidity regarding the actions of the dead woman. And it
    should have been able to outstop an SUV, even if she was tailgating.

  22. admin says:

    Arif Khokar, <guyincogn…@techemail.com> was motivated to say this in
    rec.autos.driving on 22 Nov 2005 08:56:45 -0800:

    > Regardless of the situation, there was no actual contact between the
    > vehicles.  Had he sideswiped or rear ended her car, then I would agree
    > with having applicable charges filed against him.

    Disagree. IMO, he should be charged, if possible. He not only endangered
    Shore, but he also endangered the drivers behind her and drivers
    properly in the right lanes where she swerved across to avoid the
    doctor’s vehicle. Now whether the deputy investigating the accident can
    cite/arrest him based on witness statements or he would have to actually
    observe the incident I don’t know.

  23. admin says:

    In article <1132676102.387713.232…@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>, gpsman wrote:
    > Scott en Aztlán wrote:
    >> I just LOVE the liberal media. Even though it had absolutely nothing
    >> to do with anything, they just HAD to wag their fingers at this woman
    >> by saying she wasn’t wearing her seat belt.
    > Duh.  How does- "Kierra Shore, 24, was not wearing her seat belt at the
    > time" qualify as an act of liberalism?  

    It’s the underlying nanny state tone. It’s much worse with bicycle
    helmets. At least here there can be some assumption her not wearing her
    seatbelt contributed to her death. But with a bicycle rider hit by a semi
    truck they’ll focus on that wasn’t wearing a styrofoam hat.

  24. admin says:

    In article <j6d6o1t73ivj8fti13hkkiftn2anch3…@4ax.com>, newsgroup says:

    >As for the actions of the doctor, Kenny and the other Fatalists would
    >say that the Doctor did what he did because God made him do it

    Nuh-uh! I’m an Atheist!

            -Kenny


    Kenneth R. Crudup  Sr. SW Engineer, Scott County Consulting, Los Angeles
    H: 3630 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #138, L.A., CA 90034-6809      (310) 391-1898