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Old 12-30-2011, 06:19 PM   #21
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Now, I almost hate to drive. I feel like 95% of the other people on the road are any one of the following;

-Too old to be driving
-Riding in the fast lane on the highway going 50mph
-Tailgating me when all the cars in front of me are keeping me from doing **** about it
-Pulling over the line at the intersection and blocking ALL traffic when the lights change
-16-20 year old kids driving extremely reckless in their beat up pieces of ****
-Illegals driving around way under the speed limit, trying to avoid getting pulled over
-Overly done lifted pickups tailgating with their headlights right in my eyes
-The people that drive like their drunk when it starts to rain a little heavy
-The people that get stuck all over the roads when it snows
-The people that pass me one second, then get in front of me and go slower than I was going so now I have to pass them

The list goes on and on. To be quite frank, when I'm out driving I pretty much hate everyone else on the road.

I have an extreme temper and sometimes I show the hate. On a daily basis I either yell at someone, flick them off, show them my fist and yell "**** you", etc etc. I have been known for getting out of the car on multiple occasions as well, a few times having it get pretty nuts.

You and I would get along very well.
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Old 12-30-2011, 06:35 PM   #22
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who needs m4m cl when you have mt?
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Old 12-31-2011, 01:28 AM   #23
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Vash, you need to work a night shift job. I used to have the same frustrations, as I was driving with the flow of traffic to and from work. Now that I commute at 11pm, it's much, much better. Then again, there are many cons to night shift.
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Vash, you need to work a night shift job. I used to have the same frustrations, as I was driving with the flow of traffic to and from work. Now that I commute at 11pm, it's much, much better. Then again, there are many cons to night shift.
7-7 nights sucks driving home though. As I'm trying to leave, the rest of the world is racing to work.

The perk is sitting here at work on MT.net
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Old 12-31-2011, 11:23 AM   #25
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You just need to haul your *** to the track more often if you have a lot of road rage.
Chasing lines there really makes me more harmonic in normal traffic.

And if its my car, I drive. I also ride passenger with good drivers, can't stand being in the passenger seat with uncontrolled ones.
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Old 12-31-2011, 11:45 AM   #26
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You and I would get along very well.


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who needs m4m cl when you have mt?
Is that where you go to make friends?

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Vash, you need to work a night shift job. I used to have the same frustrations, as I was driving with the flow of traffic to and from work. Now that I commute at 11pm, it's much, much better. Then again, there are many cons to night shift.
I can imagine that working a night shift is a better commute, but then what do I do about my day job/s. lol
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Old 12-31-2011, 12:37 PM   #27
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I took the passenger seat out of my miata.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who does that. People ask me all the time "why doesn't you car have a passenger seat?" It does. The passenger seat is in the garage. What is it about a Miata with one seat, specifically, that confuses people? I never get asked that question when I'm driving around in my Lotus 51.

It's truly amazing the type of cargo you can haul around in a Miata with the top down and only one seat.
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Old 12-31-2011, 12:44 PM   #28
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I also have pass seat out, in the MR2 and the Miata. So much room. I thought about installing a small table where it use to be.
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Old 12-31-2011, 01:22 PM   #29
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I also have pass seat out, in the MR2 and the Miata. So much room. I thought about installing a small table where it use to be.
Just be a boss:

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