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Angry Some(one/thing) Knocked my Bike Over - November 13, 2009, 08:46 AM

So the maintenance guy for my condo knocks on my door this morning to inform me that something knocked by bike over. Sure enough, my baby is lying down on her side. I doubt it was the wind since no lawn furniture or plants on the balconies have been disturbed and the wind is lightly blowing in the opposite direction.

My guess is that it was either a cager, who is still working out the mechanics of exiting a parking spot correctly with warm coffee in one hand, and a cell phone in the other. Or some disgruntled PoS. Either way, I am pissed!!!



My poor bike hasn't gone 3 months in this neighborhood, without getting plowed by a car in the first 20 seconds of a ride, or getting tipped over anonymously. Two strikes in one parking lot!

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that sucks man. get a pager alarm and u'll catch them next time


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Kick in everyone's headlights, just to be sure.
It's important to establish a "cred" right away in a new neighborhood.....
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November 13, 2009, 08:57 AM

same thing happen to me too. very next day i get a complain from my townhouse association saying that i should move my bike from that spot. they are saying somebody "might" knock it over. what has happen was my neighbor have knocked it over and she is stupid enough to go and complain to the association asking me to move my bikes in case she "might" run them over.


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I had the same thing happen to me, years ago my buddy done it and never admitted it either.


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same thing happen to me too. very next day i get a complain from my townhouse association saying that i should move my bike from that spot. they are saying somebody "might" knock it over. what has happen was my neighbor have knocked it over and she is stupid enough to go and complain to the association asking me to move my bikes in case she "might" run them over.
Wow...just wow. So maybe she should not park there either, you 'might' accidentaly hit her car with your bat. People amaze me


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same thing happen to me too. very next day i get a complain from my townhouse association saying that i should move my bike from that spot. they are saying somebody "might" knock it over. what has happen was my neighbor have knocked it over and she is stupid enough to go and complain to the association asking me to move my bikes in case she "might" run them over.

Haha, I remember you telling me about this. Facking retarded


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damn, sorry to hear that man, this will solve any potential problems:

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November 13, 2009, 09:47 AM

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that sucks man. get a pager alarm and u'll catch them next time
never thought about that until now. figured my bike was probably cheaper than a decent alarm system to begin with. But now I just wanna bag* the sucker that touches my bike.

* for all LEO concerned, the term "bag" applies to a sudden onslaught of verbal abuse.
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never thought about that until now. figured my bike was probably cheaper than a decent alarm system to begin with. But now I just wanna bag* the sucker that touches my bike.

* for all LEO concerned, the term "bag" applies to a sudden onslaught of verbal abuse.
Some of the $300 alarms have proximity sensor, tilt sensor, touch sensor. and they can send a signal to a key chain alarm. so even if ur sleepin, it'll wake u up and hopefully ur close enough to run down to get that mofo.

or u could just go an a 3 kill streak, call in a UAV to get that bish on ur radar, and get that mofo with a M4 + ACOG scope


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Kick in everyone's headlights, just to be sure.
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same thing happen to me too. very next day i get a complain from my townhouse association saying that i should move my bike from that spot. they are saying somebody "might" knock it over. what has happen was my neighbor have knocked it over and she is stupid enough to go and complain to the association asking me to move my bikes in case she "might" run them over.

Wow. Hopefully, a similarly "concerned neighbor" was the cuplrit in my case. I might have to complain about their brake lines.

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damn, sorry to hear that man, this will solve any potential problems:

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Ha! Now that's one mean machine. I asked the cop, what I could do in the future. She said that if I could make the argument that my life was in danger, then... maybe... just maybe...
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or u could just go an a 3 kill streak, call in a UAV to get that bish on ur radar, and get that mofo with a M4 + ACOG scope
I think someone needs to lay off the COD for a bit....


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