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Old 07-31-2012, 02:14 PM   #3501
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Totaled??? I'm sorry man
Not quite. $9,000 worth of damage and a month in the shop. I had had the car for about 2 and a half months at that point.
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Not quite. $9,000 worth of damage and a month in the shop. I had had the car for about 2 and a half months at that point.
I'm so sorry man you and primer should hang out your both out of a stang for awhile I'm sorry to hear it. Did you hit the person in front first or what? Do you have that law saying if you rear end someone it's your fault no matter what?
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I'm so sorry man you and primer should hang out your both out of a stang for awhile I'm sorry to hear it. Did you hit the person in front first or what? Do you have that law saying if you rear end someone it's your fault no matter what?
Wreck happened last August. She's all good to go now.

I was slowing down to come to a stop at a light...rolling maybe 5-10mph. A girl hit the car behind me at 40 mph, which drove that car into me, mashing my car into the truck in front of me.

The girl 2 cars back was found at fault completely, and her insurance was responsible for covering all of the vehicles. I was worried at first about being held responsible for rearending the truck, but because the girl hit us at such a high rate of speed while TEXTING - she was completely at fault for everything.
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Wreck happened last August. She's all good to go now.

I was slowing down to come to a stop at a light...rolling maybe 5-10mph. A girl hit the car behind me at 40 mph, which drove that car into me, mashing my car into the truck in front of me.

The girl 2 cars back was found at fault completely, and her insurance was responsible for covering all of the vehicles. I was worried at first about being held responsible for rearending the truck, but because the girl hit us at such a high rate of speed while TEXTING - she was completely at fault for everything.
Nice thats good. I had got into an accident in march by this lady running a red light and I t-boned her into 2 other cars my very first accident, her insurance paid for my mustang
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Funny cuz i got rear ended by a lady too...... hmmm theres a weird trend happening here......
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Funny cuz i got rear ended by a lady too...... hmmm theres a weird trend happening here......
I almosy had my door taken off in the work parking lot by a lady. She hit the edge of it while i was getting out. Almost hit my leg, ruled her fault cause the damage was to the front of her vehicle, and her insurance was canceled that aprile before the accident. They charged her 1800 just for a new driver side door on my mazda
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I almosy had my door taken off in the work parking lot by a lady. She hit the edge of it while i was getting out. Almost hit my leg, ruled her fault cause the damage was to the front of her vehicle, and her insurance was canceled that aprile before the accident. They charged her 1800 just for a new driver side door on my mazda
Hmmmmm i cant put my finger on it but what seems to be the underlying cause of all of our accidents?
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Hmmmmm i cant put my finger on it but what seems to be the underlying cause of all of our accidents?

Watch it, gentlemen.

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Hmmmmm i cant put my finger on it but what seems to be the underlying cause of all of our accidents?
Women!!!!!
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Women!!!!!
Ding Ding Ding!!!!!! We have a winner!!!! Lol

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Watch it, gentlemen.

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Yes yes yes!!! Lol
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Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

Having my company sell half its stores and not letting anyone know about our job status really grinds my gears .
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My 15yr old boy MIA the last 12days and school starts tomorrow. And I can't bring myself to call the cops.
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My 15yr old boy MIA the last 12days and school starts tomorrow. And I can't bring myself to call the cops.
U r kidding right?
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My 15yr old boy MIA the last 12days and school starts tomorrow. And I can't bring myself to call the cops.
Wait your son has been missing for 12 days and you havent called the cops?
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My 15yr old boy MIA the last 12days and school starts tomorrow. And I can't bring myself to call the cops.
Ugh man. I'm guessing the isn't the first time he's taken off like that.

I did the same thing to my parents when I was that age. I actually stole my Dad's truck and went to Lake Charles, LA for 3 weeks. It was over a girl my parents didn't approve of. I put them through hell.

You gotta call the police. I was homeless at 17, my parents couldn't control me anymore and I went down a hard road without them. Tough love is still love. Your boy needs a nudge in the right direction even if it means getting the police involved. It'll only be a matter of time before he does something that you can't save him from.

Hang in there Dad. I pray your boy realizes what he's doing to you. Good luck.
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Ugh man. I'm guessing the isn't the first time he's taken off like that.

I did the same thing to my parents when I was that age. I actually stole my Dad's truck and went to Lake Charles, LA for 3 weeks. It was over a girl my parents didn't approve of. I put them through hell.

You gotta call the police. I was homeless at 17, my parents couldn't control me anymore and I went down a hard road without them. Tough love is still love. Your boy needs a nudge in the right direction even if it means getting the police involved. It'll only be a matter of time before he does something that you can't save him from.

Hang in there Dad. I pray your boy realizes what he's doing to you. Good luck.
+11. Tough love is still love!.. Call the cops!!!
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Ugh man. I'm guessing the isn't the first time he's taken off like that.

I did the same thing to my parents when I was that age. I actually stole my Dad's truck and went to Lake Charles, LA for 3 weeks. It was over a girl my parents didn't approve of. I put them through hell.

You gotta call the police. I was homeless at 17, my parents couldn't control me anymore and I went down a hard road without them. Tough love is still love. Your boy needs a nudge in the right direction even if it means getting the police involved. It'll only be a matter of time before he does something that you can't save him from.

Hang in there Dad. I pray your boy realizes what he's doing to you. Good luck.
Thanks man, I know he's alright I've just been a step behind. I know he's headed down the wrong road, but I'm not going to be the one that puts him in jail. If it comes to that, it'll be his doing.
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My 15yr old boy MIA the last 12days and school starts tomorrow. And I can't bring myself to call the cops.
Do it bro, I would've hated for my parents to do so when I was in my crazy days but today I would of loved them even more. Dont get me wrong its not like im mad at them for not doing it but if something big would of happened I may not of been here today. All In all bro call em, tough love is the best love
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I'll probably be the one going to jail when I find the parents that have been putting him up.
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Wait. Wait. Wait.

Im not getting the whole story here.
What?
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Funny cuz i got rear ended by a lady too...... hmmm theres a weird trend happening here......
Funny because my sister backed up my truck into a POST, it was not moving whatsoever and BAM! We only have liability on it The tail light broke, so we ordered a new one and there is a dent in the fender (Not the bumper thankfully) with no crease so we are going to try and pop it out, i don't think we will need to touch up the paint though.

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Im not getting the whole story here.
What?
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Funny because my sister backed up my truck into a POST, it was not moving whatsoever and BAM! We only have liability on it The tail light broke, so we ordered a new one and there is a dent in the fender (Not the bumper thankfully) with no crease so we are going to try and pop it out, i don't think we will need to touch up the paint though.
Oh that's awful!!!! I'm sorry man. But here's some food for thought why is men's insurance more than women's? If men are less likely to crash? Just sayin!
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Oh that's awful!!!! I'm sorry man. But here's some food for thought why is men's insurance more than women's? If men are less likely to crash? Just sayin!
Technically the truck is my parents, but i treat it like my baby. And i really wonder the same thing, shouldn't women's insurance be more? I know that guys tend to take more risks when driving but we know what we are doing at the time, from my experience (no offense to any women on this site) women are not that good drivers, they just get overwhelmed by the concept of a huge piece of machinery they have to operate.
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Technically the truck is my parents, but i treat it like my baby. And i really wonder the same thing, shouldn't women's insurance be more? I know that guys tend to take more risks when driving but we know what we are doing at the time, from my experience (no offense to any women on this site) women are not that good drivers, they just get overwhelmed by the concept of a huge piece of machinery they have to operate.
Just answered it, men take more "risk" than women drivers :/
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Just answered it, men take more "risk" than women drivers :/
At least we can drive though, i would rather see people on the streets that take risks than people who just don't know what the hell they are doing.
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women are not that good drivers, they just get overwhelmed by the concept of a huge piece of machinery they have to operate.
Um.

So tonight at my part time job, someone sh*t on the floor. Like ALL OVER the floor in the 1 bathroom we have.

We rolled back the security cameras. It was a guy. I may get overwhelmed at the concept of that big scary piece of machinery that I have to operate, but at least my tiny female pea brain grasps the concept of NOT SH*TTING ON THE GODDAMN FLOOR.
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Um.

So tonight at my part time job, someone sh*t on the floor. Like ALL OVER the floor in the 1 bathroom we have.

We rolled back the security cameras. It was a guy. I may get overwhelmed at the concept of that big scary piece of machinery that I have to operate, but at least my tiny female pea brain grasps the concept of NOT SH*TTING ON THE GODDAMN FLOOR.
What kind of job do you have?
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