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^$$&^%&%#%#@$ing cager.... - September 22, 2007, 03:12 PM

So I went out for a nice little ride today with a buddy I haven't seen in a while.
Went down to MHK; they happened to be having the Dyno guys there, so I got my bike tested. 99.15HP. Not bad for a 5-year-old totally stock bike. 5th-gear redline was at 149mph. Fun to see my little baby girl all wrapped out.

ANYway, so buddy and I went on the ride, no big deal, Manassas to Warrenton. I dropped him off at work, then headed back to do a bit o shopping ni Manassas.

After shopping, I am stopped for a light along 234 Biz North, when this d@MN cager @$$hole came FLYING up behind me. He, apparently suffering from too much testoterone and not enough brain cells, tried some racetrack passing BS on Sudley Road, and came from the right lane into...MY RECTUM. Jeeziz.

So after traffic starts rolling again at the green, he pulls BACK into the right lane to pass ME; I throw him a (well, okay, when I'm wearing a pink Joe Rocket textile and Hello Kitty sneaks, not very) threatening look as the meathead goes by me. B@$t@rd. He did that all the way up Sudley, too - pingponging from lane to lane.

VA plate KBS9736 silver sports car, with some stupid decal on the back, like "Evolution" or "Devolution" or "I'm a total fcukwad" or something like that.

MAN I wished I'd had one-a these:

or a




or a

OR BEST OF ALL, A
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A good effective method of payback is the handful of pennies trick. The only draw back is you gotta be able to make a clean exit after.


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he was hot rodding for the biker chick. loose the pink jacket and shave your head, they'll drive less like assholes and just flip you off or kick you off your bike at a redlight


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A good effective method of payback is the handful of pennies trick. The only draw back is you gotta be able to make a clean exit after.
pennys? use roofing nails, much more effective


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September 22, 2007, 03:45 PM

you should've "adjusted" his side mirror for him...


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you should've "adjusted" his side mirror for him...
that also works, but as already said it requires a clean exit.

234 b isn't exactly the best place to try and run from a cager. meh.


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1. Report via phone to the cops.

2. Report via this form to fairfax (I cant find one for other nova counties, I wish there was a universal one).

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police...fty_report.htm


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I go through this once a day.If I don't,I feel empty.I wouldn't let it get to you,gonna happen many,many more times.In the end,you'll be the one mad and they'll be totally oblivious to you and your feelings.


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pennys? use roofing nails, much more effective
Yeah, well, good to do to him, not so good to do to the (thus far) innocent bastards behind him.
Or the other bikers looking to make a quick exit from THEIR dumb cager.

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C2H5OH][/B]I go through this once a day.If I don't,I feel empty.I wouldn't let it get to you,gonna happen many,many more times.In the end,you'll be the one mad and they'll be totally oblivious to you and your feelings.
Nah, just venting here. Believe me, if I typed EVERY time a cager did some damn stoopid thing that purt' near kilt me, I'd be a


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If you do try to get a cager back be very careful and have an exit plan quick! After many years of riding cagers think they can run a biker over for nothing. I am all about payback trust me but since you are kinda new to this just be very careful. Sometimes just blow it off and try to calm down. May not be the biker thing to do but it mightsave your life. That being said when you see me at a .net hangout ask me how to deal with these !


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September 22, 2007, 08:51 PM

sucks but

get used to it..no one hit you or caused you to have to take evasive action etc....

Honestly it gets much much worse out there and if this sets you off....well then adjust the levels. Wait till the jumbo mom in the minivan sipping her 72 oz. Big Gulp and talking on the phone runs you off the road without even realizing it and continues on her merry way....

Nothing will ruin your ride and riding skills as quickly as an emotional flare up. Road rage begets road rage...

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September 23, 2007, 10:18 AM

Guys, guys, guys.
You're misunderstanding me.

'Sall good. I'm not freaking out, I'm not road raging. I'm not gonna go ballistic and endanger myself trying to "get him (or anyone) back." I have been on bikes for a long long time, as either passenger or driver; first took the MSF course in 1992 and rode back then; since then I have been a cautious careful cager. The survival instinct remains, and I retook the MSF this year as a refresher. (Surprising how much stuck with me in the intervening bike-less years!)

I am 35 years old, and responsible to a fault. Aside from exceeding the speed limit, I don't break laws. I like all my body parts where they are. Therefore, I am vigilant, careful, allow for lots of "cushion", scan constantly for "threats", etc.

I just wanted to bitch somewhere to someone who understands.


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