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post #766 of 1742
oh I know. That's what they do.


I was once on a train and this hobo was going around asking people to wish him a happy birthday if they didn't have any money for him.
post #767 of 1742
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He just wanted attention. Some policemen came and he's just smiling and bumbling to them and just talking and such. I felt like knocking him the fuck out.

About a year ago some shitbag hit the side of my Jeep because he was having an epileptic fit. Broke the driver's side running board and messed up the sidewall a little. Then he kept going and crashed into a Burger King sign. I had to wait around for like two hours while cops and medics dealt with him only to find out the shitbird didn't have insurance. Fucking piece of garbage.
post #768 of 1742
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Can you sue him for that?
post #769 of 1742
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Can you sue him for that?

I looked into it, but he's what we call "judgment proof." No money, no house, nothing but a piece of shit Chevy Cavalier that was totaled from running into a Burger King sign. Wouldn't be worth the time or effort.
post #770 of 1742
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I have to stop jumping in front of POS cars then...
post #771 of 1742
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I have to stop jumping in front of POS cars then...

I thought I recognized you
post #772 of 1742
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

About a year ago some shitbag hit the side of my Jeep because he was having an epileptic fit. Broke the driver's side running board and messed up the sidewall a little. Then he kept going and crashed into a Burger King sign. I had to wait around for like two hours while cops and medics dealt with him only to find out the shitbird didn't have insurance. Fucking piece of garbage.
Be glad nothing worse happened.. last year in Hamburg close to where I lived, a guy crashed into a small crowd of people killing four people due to having an epileptic seizure. That guy already caused a couple accidents because of seizures in the past, lost his driver's license and actually got it back! The fuck. Didn't even apologize until the trial. Was convicted for (just...?) 3.5 years.
post #773 of 1742
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Yeah, an old guy had a heart attack and crashed into a bunch of parked cars at my father's business. He knocked down a telephone pole and the transformer fell on the car catching it on fire. The guy was ok in the end, but his car was toast. He had insurance.
post #774 of 1742
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I thought I recognized you

The one in Israel I couldn't figure out. Looked like road rage to me.
post #775 of 1742
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The one in Israel I couldn't figure out. Looked like road rage to me.

I think maybe the guy in the car behind was in league with the toyota driver. When their mark failed to crash into the toyota when he randomly slammed on his breaks, the accomplice following lost his rag. Maybe?
post #776 of 1742
I was a strange person on the subway this morning. I woke up late and was exhausted;I grabbed the trash to leave out if front of my building. I was about 100m into the subway station, well past the turnstile, when I realized I was still holding the bag of trash.
post #777 of 1742

Temperature hit 39 degrees(that's in Celcius) here today and as usual the Train System lost its shit and broke down.

Was forced on to tram with literally 100 other people squashed ass to check for a joyous 40 minute ride.

post #778 of 1742
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I was a strange person on the subway this morning. I woke up late and was exhausted;I grabbed the trash to leave out if front of my building. I was about 100m into the subway station, well past the turnstile, when I realized I was still holding the bag of trash.

LOL As I take out a bag of trash every morning I find this very funny.

When I was a little kid I was playing with the cloth napkin at a restaurant and my father snapped at me and said, stop it, hold it on your lap. So I literally held it in my hand on my lap the whole meal. On the drive home I realized that I still had it in my hand and got upset that they were going to arrest me.
post #779 of 1742
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I was a strange person on the subway this morning. I woke up late and was exhausted;I grabbed the trash to leave out if front of my building. I was about 100m into the subway station, well past the turnstile, when I realized I was still holding the bag of trash.

Don't keep us in suspense. What did you do with the bag of trash?
post #780 of 1742
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I hope he gave it to a homless person.
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