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  • That farking reporter is drunk.

    Does anyone in San Francisco actually care if anyone else follows the law? Even the police?
  • When I was driving home from the office tonight, some pissant in a fire engine red Ferrari ran a red light to turn left in front of me at about 60 miles an hour. For a split second, I considered not slamming on my breaks... no one else at that intersection bothered breaking for him, so I wouldn't have been blamed.
  • HotWingAgenda: intersection bothered breaking for him


    BRAKING. BRAKING. BRAKING.



    Sorry, it's not just you. Automotive forums are full of people who don't know the difference between break and brake. Autocorrect only exacerbates the issue. To brake is to stop or arrest. To break is to destroy, or take time off.  They are not interchangeable.
  • Lsherm: HotWingAgenda: intersection bothered breaking for him

    BRAKING. BRAKING. BRAKING.

    Sorry, it's not just you. Automotive forums are full of people who don't know the difference between break and brake. Autocorrect only exacerbates the issue. To brake is to stop or arrest. To break is to destroy, or take time off.  They are not interchangeable.


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    I stomped on these guys, but I considered not doing it. There were no other people breaking in that intersection.
  • Officer Iman Imbecile
  • He drove 100 miles? Where was he going?
  • One way? Round trip? How fast was he going?
  • HotWingAgenda: When I was driving home from the office tonight, some pissant in a fire engine red Ferrari ran a red light to turn left in front of me at about 60 miles an hour. For a split second, I considered not slamming on my breaks... no one else at that intersection bothered breaking for him, so I wouldn't have been blamed.


    Ferrari makes fire engines now? Sweet. Makes sense I guess in order to speed up the response time for 911 calls.
  • I will never condone driving drunk, because it puts innocents at risk. That said, 100 mph in a lamborghini while drunk seems like an awesome way to go out. awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome, watch that turn, dude, death.

    /we all got to go sometime, precious
  • I know I will get into trouble for my previous comment. All I'm saying is it seems like a better way to die than incontinent, in a hospital, surrounded by "family and friends". But only on a closed circuit track, where my life is the only one at risk.
  • siyuntz: I will never condone driving drunk, because it puts innocents at risk. That said, 100 mph in a lamborghini while drunk seems like an awesome way to go out. awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome, watch that turn, dude, death.


    If I knew I was going to go that way I'd sure as hell drive faster than 100.
  • fusillade762: siyuntz: I will never condone driving drunk, because it puts innocents at risk. That said, 100 mph in a lamborghini while drunk seems like an awesome way to go out. awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome, watch that turn, dude, death.

    If I knew I was going to go that way I'd sure as hell drive faster than 100.


    I interpret "100 mph" as faster than sane person would go. And it's it's a nice, monkish, round number. But yeah, I'd be flooring it, laughing maniacally, and not paying any attention whatsoever to the speedometer.
  • What seems to be the officer, problem?
  • People are insanely stupid.

    And that's just the commenters in this thread.
  • If you come home drunk, go directly to bed. Being drunk and on facebook will never end well.
  • I assumed incorrectly the car was "borrowed" from the impound lot. So all this is is a guy that hit 100 with his buddies and posted on Facebook about it?

    I demand Mr. T's badge for this.
  • T.M.S.: So all this is is a guy that hit 100 while drunk with his buddies


    You missed something
  • I wasn't aware that drunk driving in exotic Italian sports cars was limited by distance.
  • Blasting Bidibodi Bidibu by Bubbles?

    Bow Bow
    Bow Bow

    /carramrod
  • Lsherm: HotWingAgenda: intersection bothered breaking for him

    BRAKING. BRAKING. BRAKING.

    Sorry, it's not just you. Automotive forums are full of people who don't know the difference between break and brake. Autocorrect only exacerbates the issue. To brake is to stop or arrest. To break is to destroy, or take time off.  They are not interchangeable.


    I'll break the law in my next lunch brake

    /amidoingitright?
    //joking aside, I feel your pain as well
  • I was going 70 miles an hour and got stopped by a cop who said,
    "Do you know the speed limit is 55 miles per hour?"
    "Yes, officer, but I wasn't going to be out that long..."
    -Steven Wright
  • I pity the fool who posts crimes to facebook, especially when they're a cop.
  • No possible way a hero of insert city name's finest would do such a thing.

    Must be a setup.
  • Mark Ratner: HotWingAgenda: When I was driving home from the office tonight, some pissant in a fire engine red Ferrari ran a red light to turn left in front of me at about 60 miles an hour. For a split second, I considered not slamming on my breaks... no one else at that intersection bothered breaking for him, so I wouldn't have been blamed.

    Ferrari makes fire engines now? Sweet. Makes sense I guess in order to speed up the response time for 911 calls.


    no, but they do charge extra if you want red paint. true story.
  • YouSirAreAMaroon: I wasn't aware that drunk driving in exotic Italian sports cars was limited by distance.


    You inversed. Never mind.
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