Date: Tue, 7 Dec 1999 20:25:10 PST
From: mojavegnopsamsp.com (Everett M. Greene)
Subject: Re: Road Rage Victim - More susceptible in 900 Turbo


In article <mEh24.46$yZ6.7206nopsamoon.nyu.edu> kr4nopsamnyu.edu (Kalman Rubinson) writes: > Kevin Lee (krlnopsamia4.co.uk) wrote: > > True. One of the funniest things that happened to me was when I had > > some idiot in a tatty Toyota MR-2 next to me at the lights who kept > > revving his engine and staring at me. One thing I never do is indulge > > in the traffic lights grand prix. It was very funny when the lights > > turned green and the twat stalled his engine. > > One day, I came to a stoplight and, there being two lanes, I pulled over > to the right of the guy who was already there. When the light changed, I > went ahead at a fairly leisurely pace. At the next light, he pulled > alongside me on the right, glared at me and revved his engine. When I light > changed to green, I did nothing, he popped his clutch and zipped ahead > right into another vehicle. Smash! As I slowly drove around the two cars, he > glared at me again. I am sure he told the cop that it was my fault. I was at a stoplight in St. Paul, Minn. with another car beside me where the street was going to narrow down to one lane on the other side of the intersection. I decide to "challenge" the other driver with my `64 Corvair (that's Corvair, not Corvette). I didn't win, but the driver coming from the right on the cross-street who decided to run the light and turn left into our street thought better of it when he had two cars coming at his broad side. The last I saw of him he was going down the wrong side of the street on the cross- street. Luckily, there was nobody going to opposite direction on the cross-street. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Everett M. Greene (The Mojave Greene, crotalus scutulatus scutulatus) Ridgecrest, Ca. 93555 Path: mojavegnopsamSP.com

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