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Old 04-21-2017, 07:10 AM   #11
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ya know, if it were just the stupid idiots killing off themselves, i wouldn't have a problem with how they went about their business. but the problem is, stupid people intrude upon other people's lives with their stupidity, and innocent people end up getting hurt or killed. that bothers me a lot.

like people who text. texting and driving is just beyond stupid. if they want to crash and burn because thy can't pull their attention away and concentrate on driving, then so be it. but too many times they end up involving someone else in their stupidity and someone innocent is hurt or killed.

yes, there maybe should be a law against felony stupid!
As nice as that would be, we'd all wind up charged with it at least once in each of our lifetimes. In my case, owning a couple muscle cars in my 20s, and testing them out on the roads of Western NY state, would have gotten me a few FS convictions.

Mid-20s, and Hemi don't belong in the same sentence with common sense, especially when it's in a car with drum brakes all the way around. To have survived I was either a very good driver, or I got seriously lucky.
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As nice as that would be, we'd all wind up charged with it at least once in each of our lifetimes. In my case, owning a couple muscle cars in my 20s, and testing them out on the roads of Western NY state, would have gotten me a few FS convictions.

Mid-20s, and Hemi don't belong in the same sentence with common sense, especially when it's in a car with drum brakes all the way around. To have survived I was either a very good driver, or I got seriously lucky.
trust me, it was pure sarcasm! i should have used the green font, but forgot!
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