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Old 09-18-2004, 01:09 AM   #21
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If you CAREFULLY read my post, I DIDN'T LUMP all women together! lets read it again slowly, ok, so we don't miss anything, I said, NOT ALL! not all means, not all! just like i said about doods that are impatient, and think they own the road,..if anything i was busting the BALLS of men drivers! btw, dood is male!
let me clarify,..alot of men and women can't drive,..is that better? or wait,..maybe that might **** someone off,... sorry i don't have the exact stastistics! but alot is NOT ALL! SO i'm not lumping all women, or ALL men!

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Old 09-18-2004, 01:31 AM   #22
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Men, do you know how to use a turn signal, it is the stick attached to the steering wheel that you can push up or down to show other drivers where you are going!!!!!
NOOOOOOOO!!!!! That gives away your next move! Seriously though, anyone who rides with me or drives behind me will tell you I use my turn signal for EVERYTHING. As for my g/f, I love her to pieces but shes a horrible driver. Tonight was one of the few times I have ridden passenger in any car in the last two years, and I had a hard time giving up control. Far as driving is concerned, we are night and day. She has a tendancy to turn too wide and go into the middle of the lane especially through Northridge where as I was taught to turn as sharp as possible to the curb (and have scared many a passenger in doing so) and then reposition yourself. She can't park in a standard space, but can parallel park perfectly. I can't parallel, but standard is perfect every time.

What really pissed me off was the girl in the Ford Taurus on her cell phone, and gesturing, who rear-ended me at a stop sign. She wasn't paying attention, didn't expect me to make a full stop, next thing I know crunch. Minnesotans are on my **** list.
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Men, do you know how to use a turn signal, it is the stick attached to the steering wheel that you can push up or down to show other drivers where you are going!!!!!
NOOOOOOOO!!!!! That gives away your next move! Seriously though, anyone who rides with me or drives behind me will tell you I use my turn signal for EVERYTHING. As for my g/f, I love her to pieces but shes a horrible driver. Tonight was one of the few times I have ridden passenger in any car in the last two years, and I had a hard time giving up control. Far as driving is concerned, we are night and day. She has a tendancy to turn too wide and go into the middle of the lane especially through Northridge where as I was taught to turn as sharp as possible to the curb (and have scared many a passenger in doing so) and then reposition yourself. She can't park in a standard space, but can parallel park perfectly. I can't parallel, but standard is perfect every time.

What really pissed me off was the girl in the Ford Taurus on her cell phone, and gesturing, who rear-ended me at a stop sign. She wasn't paying attention, didn't expect me to make a full stop, next thing I know crunch. Minnesotans are on my ***^ list.
Well, you are one of the rare men that use a turn signal. I will admit that there are some women that cant drive so well but I think you will have met your match by saying anything about most of the women on the BC. I was taught how to drive very well and very aggressively. I don't hesitate when I change lanes but I do so safely. I can park anywhere and I can drive anything I set my mind to.
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I signal all the time too :p Unless it'* lane swerving @ 3am going to mankato in the Bonnie convoy.

Harofreak got on me in a parking lot cause i signaled into an isle.. It was mankato walmart, more crowded then times square...
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[quote="SSE14U24ME"]Well, you are one of the rare men that use a turn signal. quote]

rare as in,..very few? do we know this for a FACT, or is this hyperbole, or is this opinion? hyperbole by the way is in the dictionary!

hmmmm, is this lumping? technically not, cuz, u did say rarely, as meaning there are a few that use theirs,...

hmm, is "rarely" more lumping than saying "alot" ? what'* good for the goose, is good for the gander, i say.
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First, let me vouch for Pmom'* driving. It'* excellent. Her R/T'* at the track are better than Pdad'* usually. She really knows how to control that beast (the car AND pdad). And when she drove my car, she did very well (of course, I was sitting next to her with a gun).

Now turn signals. Interesting point. What good are they when I'm always going faster than the other cars? They don't NEED to know where I'm going because I'm going so much faster, there'* no chance for me to clip their front bumpers.

'Nuff said.

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First, let me vouch for Pmom'* driving. It'* excellent. Her R/T'* at the track are better than Pdad'* usually. She really knows how to control that beast (the car AND pdad). And when she drove my car, she did very well (of course, I was sitting next to her with a gun).

Now turn signals. Interesting point. What good are they when I'm always going faster than the other cars? They don't NEED to know where I'm going because I'm going so much faster, there'* no chance for me to clip their front bumpers.

'Nuff said.

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When people turn very...very....sllloooowwwllly.
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Ohhh! High Beams. Sitting in bumper to bumper traffic not an hour ago I got so pissed I threw it in park just to see who in the heck thought it was okay to leave the high beams in their Subarban on. I walk up to the drivers' windows, say "Roll Down The Window." I must have looked like an axe murderer or something, That'* the fastest window I've ever seen.
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First, let me vouch for Pmom'* driving. It'* excellent. Her R/T'* at the track are better than Pdad'* usually. She really knows how to control that beast (the car AND pdad). And when she drove my car, she did very well (of course, I was sitting next to her with a gun).

Now turn signals. Interesting point. What good are they when I'm always going faster than the other cars? They don't NEED to know where I'm going because I'm going so much faster, there'* no chance for me to clip their front bumpers.

'Nuff said.

Thanks Bill!!!! Oh and when do I get to drive Greenzilla again???
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