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2012-11-22 11:06:45 AM  
eh, both drivers fail, either one could have easily avoided this being a problem but decided they'd rather be assholes about it.
 
2012-11-22 11:46:15 AM  
Guy in the SUV didn't use his turn signal to indicate that he wanted to merge. He's in the wrong.
 
2012-11-22 11:57:01 AM  
I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.
 
2012-11-22 12:03:26 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.


yep
 
2012-11-22 12:07:16 PM  
The SUV took a good thumping doing that, wouldn't be surprised if he busted something.
 
2012-11-22 12:14:32 PM  
Am I the only person on the planet that doesn't have a dashcam streaming to YouTube?
 
2012-11-22 12:16:48 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.


Then I'm Colonel asshole. Full bird in the Turn Signal Nazi Army.


/serious pet peeve
//don't road rage, but should be a death penalty offense
 
2012-11-22 12:37:38 PM  
SUV douche is a douche by jamming up the zipper. The sedan guy is douchey for letting his ego get in the way of an asshole in an SUV and should have just backed off.
 
2012-11-22 12:38:35 PM  
SUV was the asshole. He could have slowed down to merge and gotten behind the jerk in the car.
 
2012-11-22 12:39:36 PM  
Repeat
 
2012-11-22 12:39:55 PM  
Both douches, but still hilarious.
 
2012-11-22 12:40:52 PM  
A few years back, I was driving into work on a 3 lane freeway, when some girl took exception to my driving. I'm not entirely sure what I did, but it was rush hour and traffic was pretty thick. Anyway I look over and she is glaring, giving me the finger. It was at that point that traffic came to a stop, and she ran into a truck in front of her. The front of her car crumpled when it when it hit the truck. I'm not sure what became of her, but I hope she was ok.
 
2012-11-22 12:46:44 PM  

Bladel: Am I the only person on the planet that doesn't have a dashcam streaming to YouTube?


Yes.
 
2012-11-22 12:55:51 PM  
The SUV guy is 100% the asshole.
 
2012-11-22 12:56:46 PM  

minoridiot: A few years back, I was driving into work on a 3 lane freeway, when some girl took exception to my driving. I'm not entirely sure what I did, but it was rush hour and traffic was pretty thick. Anyway I look over and she is glaring, giving me the finger. It was at that point that traffic came to a stop, and she ran into a truck in front of her. The front of her car crumpled when it when it hit the truck. I'm not sure what became of her, but I hope she was ok.


Instant Karma
 
2012-11-22 12:56:58 PM  

styckx: SUV douche is a douche by jamming up the zipper. The sedan guy is douchey for letting his ego get in the way of an asshole in an SUV and should have just backed off.


It was the SUV's turn in the zipper. They were both douche bags though. There is a merge I have to to every day on my way to work where at least 2-3 people I encounter every time feel that they are too important to wait their turn and try and run up the shoulder. So I position myself in such a way that they can't get by me.
 
2012-11-22 01:13:36 PM  

PreMortem: Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.

Then I'm Colonel asshole. Full bird in the Turn Signal Nazi Army.


/serious pet peeve
//don't road rage, but should be a death penalty offense


I agree. Americans drivers seem completely unfamiliar with the concept of signaling. On the other hand, it's too complicated a concept for a lot of them.
 
2012-11-22 01:20:23 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Both douches, but still hilarious.


^^^^
 
2012-11-22 01:24:14 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: PreMortem: Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.

Then I'm Colonel asshole. Full bird in the Turn Signal Nazi Army.


/serious pet peeve
//don't road rage, but should be a death penalty offense

I agree. Americans drivers seem completely unfamiliar with the concept of signaling. On the other hand, it's too complicated a concept for a lot of them.


Oh, we signal alright.

/it's just with the hand and usually a finger
 
2012-11-22 01:33:06 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Both douches, but still hilarious.


This.

Even if the SUV guy is the primary douche, if you sit there and block traffic in a dangerous manner just to teach him some lesson about zippering up (and don't tell me the car can see how clear oncoming traffic is while playing that game) then I sure won't shed a tear when your car fills with mud.
 
2012-11-22 01:45:22 PM  
Guy in the sedan was just staying in his lane. SUV guy is a major asshole.
 
2012-11-22 02:11:01 PM  

minoridiot: A few years back, I was driving into work on a 3 lane freeway, when some girl took exception to my driving. I'm not entirely sure what I did, but it was rush hour and traffic was pretty thick. Anyway I look over and she is glaring, giving me the finger. It was at that point that traffic came to a stop, and she ran into a truck in front of her. The front of her car crumpled when it when it hit the truck. I'm not sure what became of her, but I hope she was ok.


Be honest, how hard did you laugh?
 
2012-11-22 03:10:06 PM  
Hmm. On the one hand, if it's bumper to bumper traffic it costs you nothing to just let off the gas for a second to let somebody in.

On the other hand, if I'm the only farking car in the right lane of an interstate doing 60+ and you're coming off the on-ramp, vary YOUR speed, don't make me vary mine so you can get in. You just went from 0-60 and then magically ended up pacing right next to me. But now it's my job to make room for you when there's a billion car lengths both in front of me and behind me? Come on. I understand this seems contradictory to my previous point, but be aware that free-coasting down the road with lots of room between cars and bumper to bumper traffic are two very different circumstances.

Also, if at any time you pull in front of me, you should do your best to make it so I don't have to slow the fark down to accommodate you.

Basically, don't be a god damn selfish asshole on the road. Thank you and go fark yourself.

Should there be a rules for the road sort of thing? Maybe someone should come up with that.

Rule 1 - have as little impact as possible on other traffic
Rule 2 - help out other drivers where you can, while keeping in mind rule 1

I think that should cover just about everything. Hell, rule 2 may not even be needed if you're following rule 1. If a dude is trying to get in and you cockblock him just because, you're impacting the fark out of his driving experience. And the people behind him when he has to slam on his brakes, and the new guy he tries to merge in front of.
 
2012-11-22 04:38:49 PM  
F*ck em both, they're both dicks.
 
2012-11-22 04:47:04 PM  

Eddie Ate Dynamite: Rule 1 - have as little impact as possible on other traffic
Rule 2 - help out other drivers where you can, while keeping in mind rule 1


Your rules, I like them...

/ I try to stay as far away as I can from douchebags on the road
// it's not my job to "punish" other drivers, I'll leave that task for the police...
 
2012-11-22 04:57:54 PM  
Both are dipshiats. But I used to commute, and everyday when the three lanes merged to two, some asswipe would always wait until the last minute to merge, just so he / she could gain maybe three car lengths.
/ my pet peeve
 
2012-11-22 05:04:44 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: PreMortem: Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.

Then I'm Colonel asshole. Full bird in the Turn Signal Nazi Army.


/serious pet peeve
//don't road rage, but should be a death penalty offense

I agree. Americans drivers seem completely unfamiliar with the concept of signaling. On the other hand, it's too complicated a concept for a lot of them.


What state was this video taken in? The SUV should have moved over sooner. The sedan should have let the SUV in. The guy with the dashboard cam should have backed off to give the SUV the option of having space behind the sedan or the sedan more room to slow. Then again, the SUV had the sedan starting to off road. He could have just kept inching over. That sedan would have slowed pretty damn quick.

Years ago, I was merging into heavy traffic on I95 in Miami. All of a sudden on the right of me, this lady pulls up along my right and suddenly comes right into me, forcing me to blindly turn left into the heavy, pretty fast moving traffic. Luckily I wasn't hit. So, I floored it, moved one lane to the left (the minivan biatch was in the right lane). I get up along beside her and laid on the horn. She looked over at me, I gave her the bird and turned right. She got onto the shoulder pretty quickly. I was in a Grand Cherokee (a beater one), so there was no way she didn't see me, and no way I wouldn't have the advantage going door to door with her. That was the last time I road raged, and remember how stupid I was every time I want to flip out.
 
2012-11-22 06:00:22 PM  
a lot of people carry guns in their vehicle. remember that next time you choose to play the fool and behave like a 17 yr old that doesn't know better.
 
2012-11-22 06:33:47 PM  
I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.
 
2012-11-22 06:54:59 PM  

The Ghost of Tom Ace: I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.


I've always wanted a separate rear horn to honk at tailgaters.
 
2012-11-22 08:16:03 PM  

MagSeven: minoridiot: A few years back, I was driving into work on a 3 lane freeway, when some girl took exception to my driving. I'm not entirely sure what I did, but it was rush hour and traffic was pretty thick. Anyway I look over and she is glaring, giving me the finger. It was at that point that traffic came to a stop, and she ran into a truck in front of her. The front of her car crumpled when it when it hit the truck. I'm not sure what became of her, but I hope she was ok.

Be honest, how hard did you laugh?


I didn't laugh at all. The whole thing took me by surprise. It was a bit satisfying to see her punched in the face by an airbag.
 
2012-11-22 08:21:56 PM  
Wow its almost just like that road rage incident that was posted around late Jul 29'th
 
2012-11-22 08:55:30 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: PreMortem: Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.

Then I'm Colonel asshole. Full bird in the Turn Signal Nazi Army.


/serious pet peeve
//don't road rage, but should be a death penalty offense

I agree. Americans drivers seem completely unfamiliar with the concept of signaling. On the other hand, it's too complicated a concept for a lot of them.


Those were not US license plates.
 
2012-11-22 09:19:03 PM  
Ok...the guy in the right lane was already there, he had the right of way, douchebag suv driver tried to force his way in with no lane change signal, then when he couldn't get his way, decided to drive on the side of the road and soak the driver of the smaller car, that could have caused an accident. Both drivers are assholes, but the suv driver is the winner of the douchebag award.
 
2012-11-22 09:21:24 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.


I knew it. I'm surrounded by assholes.

images.cheezburger.com
 
2012-11-23 01:02:32 AM  
many years ago, I was merging from one expressway into another. it was bumper to bumper, and everyone was behaving, not many options. suddenly, a 16 wheeler decides he's moving across, and me and 2 other cars are forced onto the shoulder. no way he couldn't have seen us, no real need for it either since both lanes were going the same direction on the merge.

not happy about it, i wait until it clears up, grab an open space and pass. I then cut back in front of the semi and just took my foot off the gas. the other lanes are accelerating out of the merge and traffic is moving, except our lane because I'm bunging it up. the semi doesn't realise i've trapped him, as the fast moving cars give him no where to go, and i just keep letting inertia slow us down. he tries a bit of slow-down/run-up, so i call his bluff and cover the brake to let him see red. as soon as we hit the start of the incline, I take off, giving him the one-bird salute out the window, knowing full well accelerating that rig uphill is going to be a biatch

/agent of karma
 
2012-11-23 01:10:06 AM  

HotWingAgenda: The Ghost of Tom Ace: I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.

I've always wanted a separate rear horn to honk at tailgaters.


I always wanted a train horn mounted on the underside of my truck facing backwards. Or a huge spotlight or something
 
2012-11-23 02:15:49 AM  

Lizardking: HotWingAgenda: The Ghost of Tom Ace: I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.

I've always wanted a separate rear horn to honk at tailgaters.

I always wanted a train horn mounted on the underside of my truck facing backwards. Or a huge spotlight or something



When I was a teenage pizza delivery driver I had a 1.5 million candlepower spotlight on the passenger seat. If anyone decided to get all up on my bumper or anything else, all I had to do was wave that thing in their general direction for the briefest moment and they calmed right the fark down. I drove a little hatchback, so the back of my car was one big pane of glass. Nobody wants to be momentarily blind while tailgating at 50.
 
2012-11-23 02:37:01 AM  

I eat mop: many years ago, I was merging from one expressway into another. it was bumper to bumper, and everyone was behaving, not many options. suddenly, a 16 wheeler decides he's moving across, and me and 2 other cars are forced onto the shoulder. no way he couldn't have seen us, no real need for it either since both lanes were going the same direction on the merge.

not happy about it, i wait until it clears up, grab an open space and pass. I then cut back in front of the semi and just took my foot off the gas. the other lanes are accelerating out of the merge and traffic is moving, except our lane because I'm bunging it up. the semi doesn't realise i've trapped him, as the fast moving cars give him no where to go, and i just keep letting inertia slow us down. he tries a bit of slow-down/run-up, so i call his bluff and cover the brake to let him see red. as soon as we hit the start of the incline, I take off, giving him the one-bird salute out the window, knowing full well accelerating that rig uphill is going to be a biatch

/agent of karma


Yeah, real wise to try to take on a semi.
 
2012-11-23 03:04:38 AM  

mongbiohazard: Lizardking: HotWingAgenda: The Ghost of Tom Ace: I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.

I've always wanted a separate rear horn to honk at tailgaters.

I always wanted a train horn mounted on the underside of my truck facing backwards. Or a huge spotlight or something


When I was a teenage pizza delivery driver I had a 1.5 million candlepower spotlight on the passenger seat. If anyone decided to get all up on my bumper or anything else, all I had to do was wave that thing in their general direction for the briefest moment and they calmed right the fark down. I drove a little hatchback, so the back of my car was one big pane of glass. Nobody wants to be momentarily blind while tailgating at 50.



My dad used to tell me stories about how him and his buddies had taken a runway approach light and and hooked it up to the car in the 80s. They used to use it to "suggest" to people that they turn off their high beams. One flash of the headlights first as warning, and if they didn't get the hint they got a close encounter of the third kind.
 
2012-11-23 05:27:24 AM  
I love these russian videos.
 
2012-11-23 08:49:49 AM  

basemetal: F*ck em both, they're both dicks.


Agreed. It's not worth getting shot at, or a wrecked car just to get in a lane. People are idiots.
 
2012-11-23 10:55:50 AM  

PreMortem: Marcus Aurelius: I think we can all agree that they're both major assholes.

Then I'm Colonel asshole. Full bird in the Turn Signal Nazi Army.


/serious pet peeve
//don't road rage, but should be a death penalty offense


add that and proper use of lanes on a highway and i'm done dreaming of hood mounted eye controlled
chain guns.
 
2012-11-23 09:40:56 PM  

HotWingAgenda: The Ghost of Tom Ace: I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.

I've always wanted a separate rear horn to honk at tailgaters.


I had a friend who put rear-facing Cessna landing lights on his 4 x 4 and had a toggle switch on the dash (for helping get outta muck in the dark) A quick flip of the swtich took care of tailgaters
 
2012-11-24 12:36:22 AM  

echri: mongbiohazard: Lizardking: HotWingAgenda: The Ghost of Tom Ace: I recently calibrated my SUV's rear window washer nozzle to send a stream of glass cleaner to anybody who tailgates me, so I'm getting a kick.

I've always wanted a separate rear horn to honk at tailgaters.

I always wanted a train horn mounted on the underside of my truck facing backwards. Or a huge spotlight or something


When I was a teenage pizza delivery driver I had a 1.5 million candlepower spotlight on the passenger seat. If anyone decided to get all up on my bumper or anything else, all I had to do was wave that thing in their general direction for the briefest moment and they calmed right the fark down. I drove a little hatchback, so the back of my car was one big pane of glass. Nobody wants to be momentarily blind while tailgating at 50.


My dad used to tell me stories about how him and his buddies had taken a runway approach light and and hooked it up to the car in the 80s. They used to use it to "suggest" to people that they turn off their high beams. One flash of the headlights first as warning, and if they didn't get the hint they got a close encounter of the third kind.


In my '67 Camaro, I rewired the headlights with relays, to make sure that they were getting the full 14 volts from the alternator. I then replaced the sealed beam headlamps with Hella non sealed ones, and used "off road" bulbs. The stock bulbs were 55 watt low beam/60 watt high - the replacements were 55/100. I was considerate with my high beam usage, so it wasn't a problem for other cars, and turning on those high beams when no one was coming was great.

One night I was driving on a two lane highway (highway 20 in California to be exact). It winds its way through several small towns, and the speed limit varies from 35 to 45 for these stretches. I'd caught up to traffic, and there is no hope of passing when you are going through these sections. You just settle back and relax. As I drove along, a car came up behind me. It had its high beams on, and it was pretty annoying. Giving the driver the benefit of the doubt, I assumed that he'd gone for a long stretch with no oncoming traffic, and had just forgotten that he had his high beams on. I was relieved when he finally clicked down to his low beams; but only for a moment, as he then clicked his high beams back on. After a short time, I'd had enough of it, and I whipped over on the shoulder, and stabbed my brakes. When the car went past, I punched the throttle, and got behind him. Then I turned my high beams on. It was similar to this scene in Close Encounters. I could see that there were four teenaged boys in the car. I guess they thought it was funny to annoy me with their high beams, but one of them flipped me off, so I guess they didn't think turnabout was fair play. I let them enjoy being able to see everything in their car without having to use the dome lamp for a minute or two before I clicked back down to low
 
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