Topic: ROAD RAGE!!! (surprise ending)  (Read 4066 times)

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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #1 on: 08/15/13 12:23AM »
That person needs to die a painfully slow death.

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« Reply #2 on: 08/15/13 12:48AM »
Damn!!!

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« Reply #3 on: 08/15/13 12:54AM »
COME ON RUSSIA GET IT TOGETHER!

I was hoping the guy would've pulled out a gun and shot the driver!
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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #4 on: 08/15/13 01:23AM »
first... GOD DAMN!
I think I might want to rig a crowbar holder on my bike just in case i need to bust some a-holes windows


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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #5 on: 08/15/13 07:31AM »
A hard kick to the window would have broke it.  Bonus points if you injure the driver doing so...  :29:
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« Reply #6 on: 08/15/13 07:37AM »
I'm not at all condoning what the driver did but the biker was asking for it... repeatedly.

They're bigger, stronger, heavier, and dumber than us. Just stay away from them.
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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #7 on: 08/15/13 07:52AM »
I'm not at all condoning what the driver did but the biker was asking for it... repeatedly.

Your logic is like saying a woman wearing a mini-skirt is asking to be raped.  It's impossible to gauge the entire circumstance based upon the short video clip.  Who knows what transpired minutes before, but what I saw was a douchebag cager straddling two lanes and intentionally turning into the motorcyclist.  Am I missing something?

Yes, the rider could have let it go, and perhaps he'll consider that next time after he gets his bike fixed...
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« Reply #8 on: 08/15/13 08:02AM »
Do Not mess with people in cars! You will lose.

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« Reply #9 on: 08/15/13 08:31AM »
Holy crap! I can understand the biker's anger, although trying to open the door was not wise. If he was going to confront the car, which is not a good idea but sometimes we don't want to let someone get away with it, he most definitely needed to stay on the bike at all times. After the car rammed his bike he made the biggest mistake of all - kicking at the car. If this happened here in the US it would have been much better to get the plate number, fall to the ground, and scream for the police and for an ambulance. Then the police could track him down and cite him for leaving the scene while causing an injury and/or attempted vehicular manslaughter. The person driving that car needs to be locked in a cell for the well being of society.

Be vigilant everyone, it is a well known safety precaution to believe that everyone is out to get you - and sometimes it comes true :(


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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #10 on: 08/15/13 08:35AM »
So the guy decided to start a fight that he couldn't win.  And then he lost. 

What's to debate?  You mess with the bull, you get the horns.

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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #11 on: 08/15/13 08:37AM »
Do Not mess with people in cars! You will lose.
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As much as I hate for drivers to get away with this type of behavior, it is not worth it IMO to take on a driver unless he/she is outside of their vehicle. I've seen several videos with this same situation all end at or nearly the same, the bike gets wrecked or knocked over and the driver and car have little to no damage. Although there was one case where a rider was able to have the driver arrested by getting the driver to follow him to a police station where the police were able to witness the drivers behavior. The driver was so oblivious to where he ended up, being blinded buy his rage, so it worked out in the riders favor. But this last scenario, too few and far between...
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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #12 on: 08/15/13 09:19AM »
I'm not at all condoning what the driver did but the biker was asking for it... repeatedly.

Your logic is like saying a woman wearing a mini-skirt is asking to be raped.  It's impossible to gauge the entire circumstance based upon the short video clip.  Who knows what transpired minutes before, but what I saw was a douchebag cager straddling two lanes and intentionally turning into the motorcyclist.  Am I missing something?

Yes, the rider could have let it go, and perhaps he'll consider that next time after he gets his bike fixed...

No to the mini-skirt analogy. The rider actually provoked and confronted the driver. The car driver was an asshole, but so was the rider. Getting in front of the car and purposely trying to block him in. Chasing him down and trying to forcefully open the car. The last half of the video he was actually the aggressor.

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ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #13 on: 08/15/13 09:29AM »
I'm not at all condoning what the driver did but the biker was asking for it... repeatedly.

They're bigger, stronger, heavier, and dumber than us. Just stay away from them.

True that. They both got what they deserved.

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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #14 on: 08/15/13 10:22AM »
The rider actually provoked and confronted the driver. The car driver was an asshole, but so was the rider. Getting in front of the car and purposely trying to block him in. Chasing him down and trying to forcefully open the car. The last half of the video he was actually the aggressor.

I agree both are in the wrong, but we only see what the poster/editor of the video wants us to see.  There is obviously more footage on that camera, and the way the story was presented, the cager was the initial aggressor.  The result speaks for itself.
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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #15 on: 08/15/13 10:53AM »
What an IDIOT! .... :13:

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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #16 on: 08/15/13 10:56AM »
I think this is hilarious!

Whats the phrase?

You weigh 500lbs, they weigh 5000, who do you think is going to win?

Mess with the bull, get the horns?

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« Reply #17 on: 08/15/13 10:57AM »
Do Not mess with people in cars! You will lose.
Listen to this man. I wonder how he knows? lol
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Re: ROAD RAGE!!!
« Reply #18 on: 08/15/13 11:02AM »
I'm not at all condoning what the driver did but the biker was asking for it... repeatedly.

Your logic is like saying a woman wearing a mini-skirt is asking to be raped.  It's impossible to gauge the entire circumstance based upon the short video clip.  Who knows what transpired minutes before, but what I saw was a douchebag cager straddling two lanes and intentionally turning into the motorcyclist.  Am I missing something?

Yes, the rider could have let it go, and perhaps he'll consider that next time after he gets his bike fixed...

Escalation of aggression both parties are guilty of.

You're not missing the opportunity to make a terrible analogy though. Rape, really?

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« Reply #19 on: 08/15/13 11:20AM »
I'm not at all condoning what the driver did but the biker was asking for it... repeatedly.
It's impossible to gauge the entire circumstance based upon the short video clip.  Who knows what transpired minutes before, but what I saw was a douchebag cager straddling two lanes and intentionally turning into the motorcyclist.  Am I missing something?


It's possible to notice that drivers side mirror goes missing moment before he rams the bike :D

better quality: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95uFMryGfLk
watch closely at 1:57 mark
« Last Edit: 08/15/13 11:23AM by slipgatecentral »

 

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