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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    You can always tell when Bob woke up on the wrong side of the bed. [​IMG]
    [​IMG] So true. Bob, put on a Bernadette disc and have a Milano.
     
  2. tiger02

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    Was walking to the bars last night. An obviously drunk driver went flying around a corner down the wrong way on a one-way street, and almost nailed a guy on a bike. He then screeched the tires and made a u-turn in the middle of the street. In the process he went right by a cop who was sitting in a bank parking lot. The cop did nothing but yell something at him thru the open window. As I walked past the cop car, I said "nice work, jackass". The A-hole cop tails me thru the parking lot, flashes his lights, gets out, checks my ID, pats me down for weapons or drugs...totally unnecessary.

    Wait, so you hate bicyclists too?
     
  3. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    I don't like how some people walk with their cigarettes in their hands.

    If you knew how to smoke, you keep the cigarette in your mouth, dangled at the edge.
     
  4. GoSurface

    GoSurface Senior member

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    Lateness, because it's inexcusable.

    arggggh!
     
  5. whacked

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    Girls who only dance with one another.
     
  6. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.
     
  7. SoCal2NYC

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    Girls who only dance with one another.

    Yes...imagine those being gay and they being your good friends who you liked to go out with...but, they only insist on going to straight bars/clubs.
    I was like uhhh, none of you have ever met, talked or danced with a guy...let's go somewhere to get me some ass.
     
  8. Brian278

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.


    Why would they give you a ticket for your tires?
     
  9. Lucky Strike

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    Staff in general, and doormen in particular, at pretentious, "high-end" night-clubs. I've never been closer to pulling the "do you know who I am" than on a few occasions in the last couple of days.
     
  10. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.


    This explains so much about you.
     
  11. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.


    Did Chief Stan take care of those "tickets" you got on the street corner?
     
  12. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.


    I'm wondering, if your dad was so chummy with the chief of police and all that, why were you driving a car that had broken tail-lights?

    Did you live in Compton?
     
  13. whodini

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.

    Yeah, I hate those prick cops who always try to catch you when you do something illegal. Fuckin' pigs always tryin' to keep a brutha down. Thank God daddy knows someone so that the police can catch the "real" criminals.
     
  14. Saucemaster

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    Yeah, I hate those prick cops who always try to catch you when you do something illegal. Fuckin' pigs always tryin' to keep a brutha down.

    Thank God daddy knows someone so that the police can catch the "real" criminals.


    +1. It's good to know that family connections can still work to the advantage of petulant sons of privilege everywhere. Otherwise, what would this country be coming to?
     
  15. whodini

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    +1. It's good to know that family connections can still work to the advantage of petulant sons of privilege everywhere. Otherwise, what would this country be coming to?
    An ex-Texan Air National Guard as president?
     
  16. Dill

    Dill Senior member

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    I used to get fix it tickets for my lights, my exhaust and my tires all the time from the rookie cops or the few that were pricks around where we lived. I'd just smile, gladly take the ticket and say "Thanks, I'll just have Stan (the Cheif of Police) sign it off for me at my Dad's poker game on Sat night." (for a few years my Dad hosted huge local poker tourneys).
    The one time the biggest prick thought he really had me nailed was when I rolled through a stop sign, he pulled me over, was giving me a ticket and then Stan rolls up and walks up to the window, tells him to take off that he'll take care of it...we just talked about where I was going to college.


    It seems like your goal is to make us not like you. And what a good job you do. You have made it clear that you aren't here to take any advice, as you vehemently attack anyone who criticizes your style. Reading your posts, it seems like the only reason you are here is to flaunt your wealth and connections. Learn some humility and tact.
     
  17. tiecollector

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    Was walking to the bars last night. An obviously drunk driver went flying around a corner down the wrong way on a one-way street, and almost nailed a guy on a bike. He then screeched the tires and made a u-turn in the middle of the street. In the process he went right by a cop who was sitting in a bank parking lot. The cop did nothing but yell something at him thru the open window. As I walked past the cop car, I said "nice work, jackass". The A-hole cop tails me thru the parking lot, flashes his lights, gets out, checks my ID, pats me down for weapons or drugs...totally unnecessary.

    Isn't this illegal since cops aren't subject to the same harassment laws as regular citizens?

    Lateness, because it's inexcusable.

    arggggh!


    Guilty as charged.



    I often joy ride around town exploring. I hate it when I am driving and someone is really impatient behind me so I turn off so they can go past me. Sometimes I manage to guess where they are going through my randomness of trying to get out of their way. Annoys the shit out of me.
     
  18. California Dreamer

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    Nesting birds in springtime that can't tell the difference between a bike helmet and a predator.

    I am effing sick of being dive-bombed by magpies on my training rides. It scares seven kinds of s4 out of me when they hit me.
     
  19. Brian278

    Brian278 Senior member

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    Nesting birds in springtime that can't tell the difference between a bike helmet and a predator.

    I am effing sick of being dive-bombed by magpies on my training rides. It scares seven kinds of s4 out of me when they hit me.


    Magpies dive bomb their predators? Gutsy birds.
     
  20. Flieger

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    An ex-Texan Air National Guard as president?

    What are you suggesting sir! He served hard time at the CHAMPAGNE Unit.
    The mexicans could invade anytime you know.
     

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