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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 04:56 AM Thread Starter
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Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

I'm sorry, I don't spend much time here and I'm sure it's been done. I just need to rant.

Does anyone share my complete loathing, and frankly, deep rooted hatred, towards street racers? I can't stand these fairies. I detest them. It's so bad that if I saw one crash, and I knew they were hurt or dead, I might just continue driving by - after typing that, I realized I wouldn't, but I would definitely think about it. Even so, these kids should NOT be procreating...and a tree or light pole would be quite efficient. These bottom feeders have an uncanny knack for killing innocent, and particularly more productive and less shitty, bystanders.

So damn loud, so damn fake, so damn insecure. Why not go to the track? Why not actually improve your skills? Why not actually enjoy getting better, developing yourself, learning? Suffer from down syndrome? Forget actually developing, and failing in front of your whore while doing so. Does the ex racer or 60 year old in a Miata scare you?

Stick to anime and Initial D.

BLEH!!!

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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 10:16 PM
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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

Awww, someone seems grumpy today. Did you forget to take your pills today? Good lord you sound like a geriatric.
FYI Miatas are very intimidating to a 16 year old in Civic. The amount of Torque the Miata has compared to their Civics... They don't know what a "torque" is and that scares them. Don't laugh at the ignorant. LOL


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post #3 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 10:19 PM
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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

Do you have an opinion about this subject Isop? Dont hold back.

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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 10:41 PM
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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

lol, I would more than gladly go to a track, if we had one with in a reasonable driving distance *that is a road track now a oval* cause I love these curvy road around here just for driving, not racing and thats what I like is road corses, and yes I do/have street raced before but what do you expect i'm 17....>.<! I had to, I had to put the punk ass kids in thier civics w/ their fart cans and 6' wings in their place....also I've never had a ticket....so...yea....glad to share....


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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

Haha, I got a good laugh and I agree wholeheartedly.

I am also an Initial D fan. zomg, skyyyriiiiinnnneeee!!!!!!


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post #6 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-10-2008, 12:38 AM
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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

theres no track in my town...and they all meet outside hastings or the movie theater than race, every saturday night i go to hastings(it has a lil coffe shop thingy out front) and just watch the cops sit and arrest people...occasionlly youl see an older guy in a trans am or a corvette or the such come buy and the cops will just let it go for a bit til all the civics and celicas are shamed...oh and all the grand ams....

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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

I couldn't agree with you more. Street racing = STUPID. Plain and simple. I wouldn't care so much if the potential to harm innocent people was not there... but unfortunately the people that usually bare the consequences of these people's action are those who did not want to be there in the first place.

On that note... I could care less if someone kills/harms themselves out of their own stupidity and carelessness... Darwinism ftw.


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theres just a long straight away not to far from where i live....and i know during the summer, the racers will just block the street off around 4 in the morning and race...cops dont do shit...they just wait and pull anyone over leaving speeding...it can get loud though...always on the nights i needa sleep to

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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

Lmao that's great Lara.

I guess I'm lucky to live in an area where organized street racing is minimal if not completely non-existant. Sure you get the kids out there every so often who'll engage in an impromptu bit of it, but its usually late at night when everyone else is off the road. There used to be some up on one of the major 4 lane roads closer to the actual city, but the cops shut that down pretty quick.

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Re: Scrubby a$$ street "racers."

Street racing is retarded. The dumbest people on the planet are those that argue that they somehow have the right to do it because there's not a track close. Maybe they should provide their address so all the gun owners can use their house as target practice since there isn't a target range close by.

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