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    I hope not an AFer - Man charged after alleged road rage incident in Leichhardt

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    Unbelievable. What a gutless A___hole. So this guy is in SUCH a hurry that he tries to overtake these two women, but then he's suddenly managed to find the time to chase and harass them? What a bloody nutjob. I can't help wondering what he would have done if, say, the women had pulled over, only for him to find that someone the size of Wendell Sailor was in the back seat, lol. I dare say he'd have filled his trousers with last night's din-dins.

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    Why do poeple get out of the car If somoene ever tries this shit .... don't people realise there driving 1ton+ battering rams ...................................

    Anyone that acts liek this is probably off the face on drugs or basically insane, so there is no point trying to negotiate or calm them. I have no qualms squishing someone intent on hurting the occupants of my car

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    The Rangie would be the perfect instrument, Shane. Imagine the mess you could make with the Rangie.....and if you're unlucky enough to bend one of your aluminium outer panels, you can just unbolt it and replace it. But then that's what bullbars and nice chunky towbars are for.............what's Range Rover Classic weigh? Over 2 tonnes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarNut View Post
    The Rangie would be the perfect instrument, Shane. Imagine the mess you could make with the Rangie.....and if you're unlucky enough to bend one of your aluminium outer panels, you can just unbolt it and replace it. But then that's what bullbars and nice chunky towbars are for.............what's Range Rover Classic weigh? Over 2 tonnes?
    Actually it's weird you mention that ... I noticed when we had the BX and Xantia, you'd often get tail gated, cut off, pulled out infront of .... even road raged.... Even my wife has commented after driving the CX that no-one tail gates or hassles you, even if your going slower than the speed limit ( are people intimidated by it ?? Very strange).... The Rangie ? Would you mess with someone hurtling down the roads in a bull bar clad, mud covered heap of shit that's covered if lovely offroad pinstriping.... They obviously don't give a shit right ? The person inside obviously isn't of a sound state of mind either way I figure there's no point in owning a wank tank if your scared of it getting scratched or damaged.

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    I had a Road Rage incident once, on the Sunshine Coast, in my CX. I was coming back from Hyqual in Caloundra after having some headlight reflectors vacuum metallised. I was in the right hand lane at the lights (for those who know the area) up the hill from Bunnings/Maccas etc, on the dual carriageway that heads back out to the Bruce Highway. The lights went red, so I took off but I obviously wasn't going fast enough for the nutjob in the aging Pulsar behind me (I'd probably be angry driving one of those too, lol) and he was shaking his fist and beeping his horn, flashing his lights etc etc etc. I was in a really good mood so I just gave him the single finger salute through the back window and forgot about him.
    The next thing I knew, he was driving along beside me, yelling some sort of rubbish, the veins popping out of his neck and his face red/purple so I looked across, smiled, and blew him a kiss, lol. Well, he nearly lost control of his rice burner before screeching around the left corner at the next lights (which I think might be gone now) but yeah, he probably drove himself into a pole somewhere.
    But you're right, Shane.......except for that one notable exception, people mostly leave you alone to go about your business in a CX. My CX "failed to proceed" once in North Sydney during peak hour on a friday arv. I have no idea exactly where I was, but it was outside a swanky looking bar with lots of suits and immaculate young ladies. Before I knew it, a half dozen or so suits had rushed out to help push the hapless CX out of harms way. Maybe they'd do the same for anybody, but I couldn't help wonder if I'd have been rendered the same enthusiastic assistance if I'd been pedalling something like an old Common-door or garden variety rice-burner. With the CX, everybody wants to know "is this one of those cars that goes up and down" and they do gestures with the hands to show what they mean. It's priceless.

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    I hope you meant the lights went green?


    Quote Originally Posted by CarNut View Post
    I had a Road Rage incident once, on the Sunshine Coast, in my CX. I was coming back from Hyqual in Caloundra after having some headlight reflectors vacuum metallised. I was in the right hand lane at the lights (for those who know the area) up the hill from Bunnings/Maccas etc, on the dual carriageway that heads back out to the Bruce Highway. The lights went red, so I took off but I obviously wasn't going fast enough for the nutjob in the aging Pulsar behind me (I'd probably be angry driving one of those too, lol) and he was shaking his fist and beeping his horn, flashing his lights etc etc etc. I was in a really good mood so I just gave him the single finger salute through the back window and forgot about him.
    The next thing I knew, he was driving along beside me, yelling some sort of rubbish, the veins popping out of his neck and his face red/purple so I looked across, smiled, and blew him a kiss, lol. Well, he nearly lost control of his rice burner before screeching around the left corner at the next lights (which I think might be gone now) but yeah, he probably drove himself into a pole somewhere.
    But you're right, Shane.......except for that one notable exception, people mostly leave you alone to go about your business in a CX. My CX "failed to proceed" once in North Sydney during peak hour on a friday arv. I have no idea exactly where I was, but it was outside a swanky looking bar with lots of suits and immaculate young ladies. Before I knew it, a half dozen or so suits had rushed out to help push the hapless CX out of harms way. Maybe they'd do the same for anybody, but I couldn't help wonder if I'd have been rendered the same enthusiastic assistance if I'd been pedalling something like an old Common-door or garden variety rice-burner. With the CX, everybody wants to know "is this one of those cars that goes up and down" and they do gestures with the hands to show what they mean. It's priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarNut View Post
    I had a Road Rage incident once, on the Sunshine Coast, in my CX. I was coming back from Hyqual in Caloundra after having some headlight reflectors vacuum metallised. I was in the right hand lane at the lights (for those who know the area) up the hill from Bunnings/Maccas etc, on the dual carriageway that heads back out to the Bruce Highway. The lights went red, so I took off but I obviously wasn't going fast enough for the nutjob in the aging Pulsar behind me (I'd probably be angry driving one of those too, lol) and he was shaking his fist and beeping his horn, flashing his lights etc etc etc. I was in a really good mood so I just gave him the single finger salute through the back window and forgot about him.
    The next thing I knew, he was driving along beside me, yelling some sort of rubbish, the veins popping out of his neck and his face red/purple so I looked across, smiled, and blew him a kiss, lol. Well, he nearly lost control of his rice burner before screeching around the left corner at the next lights (which I think might be gone now) but yeah, he probably drove himself into a pole somewhere.
    But you're right, Shane.......except for that one notable exception, people mostly leave you alone to go about your business in a CX. My CX "failed to proceed" once in North Sydney during peak hour on a friday arv. I have no idea exactly where I was, but it was outside a swanky looking bar with lots of suits and immaculate young ladies. Before I knew it, a half dozen or so suits had rushed out to help push the hapless CX out of harms way. Maybe they'd do the same for anybody, but I couldn't help wonder if I'd have been rendered the same enthusiastic assistance if I'd been pedalling something like an old Common-door or garden variety rice-burner. With the CX, everybody wants to know "is this one of those cars that goes up and down" and they do gestures with the hands to show what they mean. It's priceless.
    I find when in the CX ... people will even merge left to allow me to get past That NEVER happens. Either it intimidates them, or they want to see what the hell it is as it floats by ........





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    Gees......they such a beautiful car, especially in that red. What wheels are those? My CXs are just "garden variety" CX2400s, except for maybe the Prestige and the estate. I can't believe they're not worth more than they are but, in a way, I'm glad they're not cos that means more car for less moolah for guys like us

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    jesus, crystal street at 5:30 am, that road would be empty as shit, as would be parra road

    i had an asswank in some sports coupe audi tail gate me on a small street at 60km/h, after we split and went our different roads he let loose at me with a bunch of wild vituperations then proceeded to rev his overpriced shitbox car whose bonnet has probably never been opened by his hands. I really have no idea what I was doing wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lion5 View Post
    jesus, crystal street at 5:30 am, that road would be empty as shit, as would be parra road

    i had an asswank in some sports coupe audi tail gate me on a small street at 60km/h, after we split and went our different roads he let loose at me with a bunch of wild vituperations then proceeded to rev his overpriced shitbox car whose bonnet has probably never been opened by his hands. I really have no idea what I was doing wrong.
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    Maybe he dropped his crack pipe and somehow figured you were to blame.....who knows??

    It was reported recently that the number of drivers caught drink driving is being overtaken by the number of drivers caught under the influence of illicit drugs. Seriously, it makes me wonder what the hell is going on?? I must be missing something because I'm more than happy to have the occasional glass/bottle of wine or port.....maybe a smirnoff black or two. What the hell is wrong with people that they have to inject/snort/drink etc these poisonous drugs/concoctions??? There was a report last week that 5 or 6 people were rescued from a boat out on Moreton Bay after having ingested "liquid fantasy" What the hell is "liquid fantasy" anyway??? It shits me to tears that we, as a society, now find it necessary to place needle bins in just about every public convenience. Alot of service stations and public toilets are now fitted with lights that make it difficult for junkies to find their veins as many of them go into the cubicles to shoot up.
    Why can't they get off on going for a bush walk, or get some sort of hobby that encourages them to marvel at the wonders of nature or something? Surely I'm in the majority here........surely most right thinking people are as much at a loss to understand such self-destructive behaviours......such total lack of self respect or lack of appreciation for their own lives. Here we are in probably the greatest country in the world with freedoms and opportunity in abundance, and yet these people seem to have no appreciation of this.
    I'm probably going off at a tangent here, but I can't think of another reason for why people seem to be reacting so violently so often these days. It's fair enough to be angry.......everybody gets angry from time to time (especially when you're in the throws of middle age and lamenting the decline of society and decency and blah blah blah, lol), but these morons that go over the edge to such an extreme degree have gotta be under the influence of something stronger than Panadol or Aspro Clear. The world is going bloody crazy, I'm sure of it. Maybe the morons like Mr "Asswank" and the dude who harassed the two girls/women have been cursed with tiny dicks and now they just want to somehow blame the rest of the world. You just have to have faith the Karma really does catch up with them at some point............
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarNut View Post
    I had a Road Rage incident once, on the Sunshine Coast, in my CX. I was coming back from Hyqual in Caloundra after having some headlight reflectors vacuum metallised. I was in the right hand lane at the lights (for those who know the area) up the hill from Bunnings/Maccas etc, on the dual carriageway that heads back out to the Bruce Highway. The lights went red, so I took off but I obviously wasn't going fast enough for the nutjob in the aging Pulsar behind me (I'd probably be angry driving one of those too, lol) and he was shaking his fist and beeping his horn, flashing his lights etc etc etc. I was in a really good mood so I just gave him the single finger salute through the back window and forgot about him.
    The next thing I knew, he was driving along beside me, yelling some sort of rubbish, the veins popping out of his neck and his face red/purple so I looked across, smiled, and blew him a kiss, lol. Well, he nearly lost control of his rice burner before screeching around the left corner at the next lights (which I think might be gone now) but yeah, he probably drove himself into a pole somewhere.
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    So THAT'S who he was? It must have been the veins popping out of the neck and flames shooting out of his eyes that caused me not to recognise him. He actually specialises in coating the fittings for funeral caskets, so maybe he has mine (casket) waiting out the back for when I return!

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