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Old 02-21-2007, 08:06 PM
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Ok don't get mad. The truck is going in for headgaskets next week so no Powerstroke kill today. I had the Mustang out today and on the way back from dinner I'm rolling up to an intersection, about to take a right on a green light. This Butthead in a white Integra GS-R the other direction takes a left in front of me, making me stab the brakes not to hit him. In my rage I blew the horn and presented his IQ with one of my fingers. The Dilbert slows down on me, the heck with this. I grabbed second gear and went to pass him in the oncoming lane. He tried to race but he had nothing. Now in front of him, something was missing, SMOKE! Wishing I had my truck, I came up with a plan at the next light. When the crossing traffic's light turned yellow, I began to blaze the rear tires. When my light turned green I released the brakes and shot sideways across the intersection, leaving a pair of black stripes and a massive cloud of tire smoke for him to inhale. Buh bye, he just sat there. Sorry guys my neutered truck is no fun right now so this is all I can brag about.
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Old 02-21-2007, 08:32 PM
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I say a kill is a kill...

At least it was an American car killing a ricer... I can get with that.

Plus... since you didn't have your truck to fog him with soot, you improvised.. that's a good sign.
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Old 02-21-2007, 08:56 PM
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There is nothing like a man with imagination hahaha, great kill.
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Old 02-21-2007, 08:57 PM
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Ok don't get mad. The truck is going in for headgaskets next week so no Powerstroke kill today. I had the Mustang out today and on the way back from dinner I'm rolling up to an intersection, about to take a right on a green light. This Butthead in a white Integra GS-R the other direction takes a left in front of me, making me stab the brakes not to hit him. In my rage I blew the horn and presented his IQ with one of my fingers. The Dilbert slows down on me, the heck with this. I grabbed second gear and went to pass him in the oncoming lane. He tried to race but he had nothing. Now in front of him, something was missing, SMOKE! Wishing I had my truck, I came up with a plan at the next light. When the crossing traffic's light turned yellow, I began to blaze the rear tires. When my light turned green I released the brakes and shot sideways across the intersection, leaving a pair of black stripes and a massive cloud of tire smoke for him to inhale. Buh bye, he just sat there. Sorry guys my neutered truck is no fun right now so this is all I can brag about.

haha i like that..... presented him his IQ with one of my fingers haha...... you have a pretty sweet rig by the way
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:06 PM
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Nice one, and as Aaron said, it was a Ford a ricer. Good Job
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