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2013-10-20 08:18:27 PM  
This senile old bat threatens people with a baseball bat after causing an accident, says "you're damn right" when asked if he ran the guy off the road, then flees the scene of the accident before the police show, and yet half of you Farkers still defend him.

So yeah, this pretty much confirms that for some drivers, there's pretty much nothing a driver can do wrong. GIven that you are probably all licensed to drive and own a half ton death machine, I think I'll start carrying a gun when I ride.
 
2013-10-20 08:19:00 PM  
That's interesting to hear what Omaha means
 
2013-10-20 08:19:40 PM  

libranoelrose: That's interesting to hear what Omaha means


Dammit, wrong thread
 
2013-10-20 08:29:01 PM  

Beaver Knievel: T-Servo:  You sound fat.

You sound like you're going to the gym in 26 minutes.


Both of your moms are yelling about why they can't reach you on your cellphones, and it's really freaking out my dog.
 
2013-10-20 08:30:40 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.


Are you qualified enough and knowledgable enough about bicycles to make this statement with some authority, or are you just posturing?  Honest question; I don't know anything about bikes.  But I know guitars, and I can damn well tell the difference between a $500 guitar (still pretty cheap) and a $5000 guitar (definitely high-end).  It doesn't take much imagination for me to think a $5000 bike has a lot going for it over a $500 bike - am I wrong about that?
 
2013-10-20 08:42:12 PM  

karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Are you qualified enough and knowledgable enough about bicycles to make this statement with some authority, or are you just posturing?  Honest question; I don't know anything about bikes.  But I know guitars, and I can damn well tell the difference between a $500 guitar (still pretty cheap) and a $5000 guitar (definitely high-end).  It doesn't take much imagination for me to think a $5000 bike has a lot going for it over a $500 bike - am I wrong about that?


Perfect analogy. I know bikes and guitars.
 
2013-10-20 08:43:46 PM  
After the news noise was made about the crotch rocket gang (undercover cop included), the cloud yelling guy was probably afraid of getting his as$ kicked. We don't have all of the video proving he brake checked anyone so maybe he was yelling at clouds. Or perhaps the cyclists were being "entitled" arseholes taking up the lane and slowing down traffic. There is a simple solution for this: bike licenses and insurance. Regulate the cyclist activity and maybe they won't be a douchebags on the road.
 
2013-10-20 08:46:24 PM  

meehaw: Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Wrong.  Just wrong.  Maybe there is marginal improvement in the $1500 range to the $5000 range, but for fast riders and racers (not just professionals, but club racers and triathletes) a good bike with that marginal gain can mean the difference between winning and losing.  A $500 bike from a bike shop will be a heavy, lug of a mountain bike.   You couldn't buy a road bike for less than $1000 new...$1200 at least to get one that is race-able.  Hell, a set of Aero wheels alone can cost $2000.




My Giant OCR cost $600. Light, handles great, and I rode up mt. St. Helens on it. And commuted for 5 years on it. Not all inexpensive bikes are shiatty lugs
 
kab
2013-10-20 08:50:59 PM  
Cager, being a dumb fark.

More shocking news @ 11.
 
2013-10-20 08:51:19 PM  

pjbreeze: He was probably angry because he couldn't find a farmer's market.


lol, of course, this.
 
2013-10-20 08:55:18 PM  

pivazena: meehaw: Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Wrong.  Just wrong.  Maybe there is marginal improvement in the $1500 range to the $5000 range, but for fast riders and racers (not just professionals, but club racers and triathletes) a good bike with that marginal gain can mean the difference between winning and losing.  A $500 bike from a bike shop will be a heavy, lug of a mountain bike.   You couldn't buy a road bike for less than $1000 new...$1200 at least to get one that is race-able.  Hell, a set of Aero wheels alone can cost $2000.

My Giant OCR cost $600. Light, handles great, and I rode up mt. St. Helens on it. And commuted for 5 years on it. Not all inexpensive bikes are shiatty lugs


Giant's cheapest new road bike is $1300 list.  The OCR is several years old.  Six or seven years ago, you could buy a good Giant or Fuji road bike (or mountain bike) for under $1000.  Not any more.
 
2013-10-20 08:58:37 PM  

Dinki: Were the cyclists riding single file as required by law,

 
You can ride two abreast in Texas as long as you don't "impede the normal and reasonable flow of traffic on the roadway".


I'd say that applies to 99% of traffic situations.  Whether I'm riding alone, single file or 2 abreast, I'm going to "take the lane" on most every road I've ever ridden on (legally, you can take the lane if it is narrower than 14 feet, aka almost every lane on every road).  So, I'd argue that changing lanes and passing like you would any other vehicle is part of the normal and reasonable flow of traffic.

Really, people don't know what they're asking for when they biatch about cyclists riding 2 abreast.  Would you rather change lanes and pass a 5-cyclist-long group, or change lanes and pass a 10-cyclist-long group?
 
2013-10-20 08:58:46 PM  

meehaw: pivazena: meehaw: Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Wrong.  Just wrong.  Maybe there is marginal improvement in the $1500 range to the $5000 range, but for fast riders and racers (not just professionals, but club racers and triathletes) a good bike with that marginal gain can mean the difference between winning and losing.  A $500 bike from a bike shop will be a heavy, lug of a mountain bike.   You couldn't buy a road bike for less than $1000 new...$1200 at least to get one that is race-able.  Hell, a set of Aero wheels alone can cost $2000.

My Giant OCR cost $600. Light, handles great, and I rode up mt. St. Helens on it. And commuted for 5 years on it. Not all inexpensive bikes are shiatty lugs

Giant's cheapest new road bike is $1300 list.  The OCR is several years old.  Six or seven years ago, you could buy a good Giant or Fuji road bike (or mountain bike) for under $1000.  Not any more.


(Correction...the cheapest Giant is just over $1000)
 
2013-10-20 08:59:50 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.


Let me answer this one, Mr Tubby.  There is a huge difference between a $500 and $5000 bikes.  I would have to say that there isn't much difference between a reasonable $1700 bike and a $5000 bike.  There is a major difference in the weight.

I would not take a $500 bike on the 508 or RAAM.  I would ride a $1700 bike on either, with a backup.  In fact, I did.

As far as the 'tard who remarked that it is unlikely that the truck did a brake check on bikers if they were in a proper pace line - you do not know how to ride a bike.  On a road like the video, a good pace line should be hitting ~28MPH and a truck could easily swerve and stop before the bikes piled into one another, Mr. Couch Potato.

I have to agree that I have seen some very stupid riders.  Five abreast out into streets or blowing through traffic lights because they think people will break for them.  That being written, I have more often encountered beer bottles and dumbf**k hicks in trucks who should be put to death because they are so f**king retarded.  Generally those people get confused that being an asshole does not mean you are a tough guy, it just means you are an asshole.

The fat, redneck in the truck is typical of the lazy sacks of crap who think just because they are too lazy to exercise and that their inconsequential lives require them to get home as quickly as possible to drink their Jack and watch Fox tell them how much the libs suck.

I was riding to work one day.  A BMW raced past me them pulled into the driveway just ahead of me.  I skidded into it, took my foot out of my clips and drove the metal into the side of his BMW to stop.  He seemed to be a bit peeved that I torn into the side of his BMW.  As opposed to the nice response of the video person, my response was "What the f**k are you going to do about this or anything else I want to do to your car right now, you piece of s**t."  Granted, I outweighed him by 50 pounds or so and he felt that my proximity to his face meant that I was about to rip his head off and f**k his spinal column.  I think we parted as "friends", or at least an understanding of what was just about to occur next.
 
2013-10-20 09:04:55 PM  
I just saw ~20 bikers blow through a red light and almost cause an accident.
 
2013-10-20 09:11:28 PM  
I guess he needs to be Asian to get away with it...
 
2013-10-20 09:18:57 PM  

meehaw: FormlessOne: Kyosuke: Conveniently edited for the bicyclist's convenience.

...and the arrest, too, was conveniently generated.

The real point, though, is why are we taking sides in an argument generated by a video that only shows part of what happened? Is this what we've come to, that we don't really care about anything other than the chance to argue pointlessly with each other?

Yes.


No.
 
2013-10-20 09:25:58 PM  

Fubini: I just saw ~20 bikers blow through a red light and almost cause an accident.



Yesterday I saw a pickup truck go right through a red light.  This is very relevant.
 
2013-10-20 09:31:05 PM  

FormlessOne: The real point, though, is why are we taking sides in an argument generated by a video that only shows part of what happened? Is this what we've come to, that we don't really care about anything other than the chance to argue pointlessly with each other?


Yeah, except what the video shows is the driver admitting he passed the group of cyclists, then ran them off the road.  So I'm a little confused about how there is any doubt.
 
2013-10-20 09:32:01 PM  

Kyosuke: Conveniently edited for the bicyclist's convenience.


Yeah, that is unfortunate.  I understand why he would have only started recording after the incident began (had to get a phone out of his pocket.  This is kind of thing is literally why I have cameras mounted on my bike and record every ride, but that trend is still a growing one).  The fact that he skipped a good chunk of it makes me curious.

When I shake my impotent fists of rage on YouTube, I try to post all relevant parts of the incident.  Maybe in this case the middle part was boring.  But if that was the case, he should have posted the unabridged version and linked to it with the edited one.
 
2013-10-20 09:43:39 PM  

serial_crusher: Kyosuke: Conveniently edited for the bicyclist's convenience.

Yeah, that is unfortunate.  I understand why he would have only started recording after the incident began (had to get a phone out of his pocket.  This is kind of thing is literally why I have cameras mounted on my bike and record every ride, but that trend is still a growing one).  The fact that he skipped a good chunk of it makes me curious.

When I shake my impotent fists of rage on YouTube, I try to post all relevant parts of the incident.  Maybe in this case the middle part was boring.  But if that was the case, he should have posted the unabridged version and linked to it with the edited one.


You just come across as very angry in your videos.
 
2013-10-20 09:47:36 PM  

change1211: You just come across as very angry in your videos.


I only post the ones where people make me angry, so maybe that's it?
Honestly I don't see a lot of beautiful sunrises or double rainbows on my average morning commute to work.
 
2013-10-20 09:56:46 PM  
He's an old, angry white guy in rural Texas.  He had that baseball bat in his truck for a reason, and it isn't softball night at the Rotary Club.
 
2013-10-20 09:57:37 PM  

One Bad Apple: Hokey as in selectively edited. There is nothing about a brake check shown in the video. The differences in momentum and maneuverability of a truck vs a bicycle makes that scenario seem unlikely.


Seriously, I really enjoyed it where they were able to edit to appear as if he point-blank admitted to intentionally running them off the road.
 
2013-10-20 10:16:53 PM  

Your Hind Brain: bike licenses and insurance. Regulate the cyclist activity and maybe they won't be a douchebags on the road.


That's some of the stupidest shait I've ever heard.  I call for internet licenses and insurance to cover the damage caused by stupid posts.

What next? walking license?
 
2013-10-20 10:19:08 PM  

rosebud_the_sled: Mr. Eugenides: Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Let me answer this one, Mr Tubby.  There is a huge difference between a $500 and $5000 bikes.  I would have to say that there isn't much difference between a reasonable $1700 bike and a $5000 bike.  There is a major difference in the weight.

I would not take a $500 bike on the 508 or RAAM.  I would ride a $1700 bike on either, with a backup.  In fact, I did.

As far as the 'tard who remarked that it is unlikely that the truck did a brake check on bikers if they were in a proper pace line - you do not know how to ride a bike.  On a road like the video, a good pace line should be hitting ~28MPH and a truck could easily swerve and stop before the bikes piled into one another, Mr. Couch Potato.

I have to agree that I have seen some very stupid riders.  Five abreast out into streets or blowing through traffic lights because they think people will break for them.  That being written, I have more often encountered beer bottles and dumbf**k hicks in trucks who should be put to death because they are so f**king retarded.  Generally those people get confused that being an asshole does not mean you are a tough guy, it just means you are an asshole.

The fat, redneck in the truck is typical of the lazy sacks of crap who think just because they are too lazy to exercise and that their inconsequential lives require them to get home as quickly as possible to drink their Jack and watch Fox tell them how much the libs suck.

I was riding to work one day.  A BMW raced past me them pulled into the driveway just ahead of me.  I skidded into it, took my foot out of my clips and drove the metal into the side of his BMW to stop.  He seemed to be a bit peeved that I torn into the side of his BMW.  As opposed to the nice response of the video person, my response was "What the f**k are you going ...


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2013-10-20 10:19:25 PM  
How can you say this man's anger isn't justified? He might have been delayed by thirty to ninety seconds by that group of bicyclists! He was in such a hurry that he had no choice but to get ahead of them and cause a wreck, which cost him even more time! The moment he saw them he thought "I'm going to get ahead of them, and make at least one of them run off the road, then I'll have to go court, and waste time and money, and it's all their fault for being on my road!" Can't you see how that would make him angry?
 
2013-10-20 10:20:22 PM  

Kyosuke: Conveniently edited for the bicyclist's convenience.


That was some awesome CGI of the guy damaging that bicycle at the end. Wow, anyone can get ahold of this tech nowadays.
 
2013-10-20 10:23:15 PM  

One Bad Apple: They were using the bike to barricade the old guy. That bike is not there at the beginning of the video.


Well, did he cause an injury? Did get get out and assault them? Was he threatening to leave the scene?

1. Yes
2. Yes
3. Yes
 
2013-10-20 10:27:13 PM  

Lsherm: One Bad Apple: unyon: Kyosuke: Conveniently edited for the bicyclist's convenience.

Yeah.  And see how they slipped their expensive bike under the rear tires of the truck, just so the guy would run over and destroy it when taking off?  Sneaky assholes.

They were using the bike to barricade the old guy. That bike is not there at the beginning of the video.

That's what happens when you leave your toys in the middle of the road

Norad:

Hokey, as in 'fake'? This looks pretty damn authentic to me. It's no trick slamming your brakes on in front of a pack of speeding bicyclists. What's tripping your bullshiat trigger on this video?

Hokey as in selectively edited. There is nothing about a brake check shown in the video. The differences in momentum and maneuverability of a truck vs a bicycle makes that scenario seem unlikely.

That was my favorite part, because they clearly put it there thinking he wouldn't run over it.


Actually MY favorite part is how he now has knowingly destroyed someone's private property. That, plus him leaving the scene of an accident and threatening people with the bat(Also known as "assault") are definitely worth getting the popcorn out for.

Funny thin is, I think packs of cyclists can be self-absorbed douchebags.
 
2013-10-20 10:27:43 PM  
I have no idea what actually happened, but I will say that anybody who thinks "brake checking" someone else is an idiot. Anytime I see "brake check", I read, "tried to cause an accident".
 
2013-10-20 10:31:01 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.


IN other words, you don't understand how cycling works. Thanks for chiming in though.
 
2013-10-20 10:31:31 PM  

discgolfguru: I have no idea what actually happened, but I will say that anybody who thinks "brake checking" someone else is an idiot. Anytime I see "brake check", I read, "tried to cause an accident".




Except accidents are accidents. Brake checking is trying to cause a collision on purpose.
 
2013-10-20 10:31:44 PM  

Norad: One Bad Apple: How the f*ck does a pick up truck brake check someone on a bicycle ?

Hokey video is hokey

Hokey, as in 'fake'? This looks pretty damn authentic to me. It's no trick slamming your brakes on in front of a pack of speeding bicyclists. What's tripping your bullshiat trigger on this video?



His extra chromosome.
 
2013-10-20 10:32:08 PM  

discgolfguru: I have no idea what actually happened, but I will say that anybody who thinks "brake checking" someone else is an idiot. Anytime I see "brake check", I read, "tried to cause an accident".


Or tried to pull an insurance scam.
 
2013-10-20 10:34:33 PM  

meehaw: Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Wrong.  Just wrong.  Maybe there is marginal improvement in the $1500 range to the $5000 range, but for fast riders and racers (not just professionals, but club racers and triathletes) a good bike with that marginal gain can mean the difference between winning and losing.  A $500 bike from a bike shop will be a heavy, lug of a mountain bike.   You couldn't buy a road bike for less than $1000 new...$1200 at least to get one that is race-able.  Hell, a set of Aero wheels alone can cost $2000.


I'm sure he has no idea what he's talking about... Especially if he thinks there is only a "marginal" improvement between $500 and $5K. Hell, there are mountains of difference just between a $200 and a $700 bike...
 
2013-10-20 10:45:00 PM  

stonelotus: so charges for the bike fairy who kicked the truck?


What kind of charges? Is there damage to the truck? If so, it would civil court thing, not criminal like the old moron's charges would be.
 
2013-10-20 10:47:04 PM  

rosebud_the_sled: Mr. Eugenides: Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Let me answer this one, Mr Tubby.  There is a huge difference between a $500 and $5000 bikes.  I would have to say that there isn't much difference between a reasonable $1700 bike and a $5000 bike.  There is a major difference in the weight.

So you're not arguing with the overall point I made simply the price point I selected.

 
2013-10-20 10:51:55 PM  

gilgigamesh: This senile old bat threatens people with a baseball bat after causing an accident, says "you're damn right" when asked if he ran the guy off the road, then flees the scene of the accident before the police show, and yet half of you Farkers still defend him.

So yeah, this pretty much confirms that for some drivers, there's pretty much nothing a driver can do wrong. GIven that you are probably all licensed to drive and own a half ton death machine, I think I'll start carrying a gun when I ride.


To be fair, a lot of cyclists ride the road like they own it, some people get a little frustrated. It doesn't excuse the guy in any way, and it doesn't excuse the White Knighters, but I would guess that's why they support him, it's easy for ignorant people to just lump an entire group together, such as cyclists, based on the behavior of a portion of the group.
 
2013-10-20 10:52:38 PM  

Mikey1969: meehaw: Mr. Eugenides: karmachameleon: Mr. Eugenides: meehaw: That bike the old bastard ran over is probably worth $4-7 grand.  The one that was damaged when he was brake checked might be worth the same who knows how many more were damaged.  I wonder how he will feel when he has to pay for bikes that could cost as much as his truck.

You'd have to be pretty rich and stupid to pay 4 to 7 thousand dollars for a bicycle.

How do you figure?

Because the marginal improvement from a $500 bicycle to a $5000 bicycle is so minor that there's no payback.  Unless you're actually a professional racer it's just a penis extension.

Wrong.  Just wrong.  Maybe there is marginal improvement in the $1500 range to the $5000 range, but for fast riders and racers (not just professionals, but club racers and triathletes) a good bike with that marginal gain can mean the difference between winning and losing.  A $500 bike from a bike shop will be a heavy, lug of a mountain bike.   You couldn't buy a road bike for less than $1000 new...$1200 at least to get one that is race-able.  Hell, a set of Aero wheels alone can cost $2000.

I'm sure he has no idea what he's talking about... Especially if he thinks there is only a "marginal" improvement between $500 and $5K. Hell, there are mountains of difference just between a $200 and a $700 bike...




To be fair, there is a point of diminishing returns. Where exactly that prices out will vary from year to year. One thing I used to tell people considering buying a bicycle just for general fitness (back in my shop days) when they would say "But I don't know if I need to spend that much" was "A more expensive bicycle is better than a less expensive one in many little ways that add up to a big difference overall. It makes them more enjoyable to ride, in ways that are difficult to put your finger on. If you enjoy riding your bicycle more, you're likely to do it more. The whole point is to exercise and stay in shape, so if you spend more money, and actually ride it, you are getting a much better value than buying a less expensive bicycle that will sit in the garage and collect dust."
 
2013-10-20 10:55:04 PM  
God these threads are great for my ignore list. You get the brigade of fantasy legal master debaters (their one law: if it gives me sad it must be illegal), the "I wish I could be racist but no one laughs at my n-word jokes anymore, so now I hate cyclists" douchebags, the just-barely-contained-by-the-threat-of-prison-rape secret homicidal maniacs. Thanks guys! See you on the road, but not here ever again!
 
2013-10-20 10:59:11 PM  
You know who else doesn't like to share the road with bikes?

img2u.info
 
2013-10-20 11:02:38 PM  
Old bastard is farked.
 
2013-10-20 11:04:47 PM  
Everyone in this video is an asshole, as are most of the farkers commenting in this thread. 
I'm sorry someone got hurt in the crash incident, but I'm not sorry one of the assholes got his bike run over after placing it in front of a pickup truck.  What did he think would happen?
 
2013-10-20 11:06:32 PM  

quo vadimus: God these threads are great for my ignore list.


FIRST RULE OF IGNORE LIST IS...


forumsgallery.tapuz.co.il

WELCOME TO FARK
 
2013-10-20 11:07:25 PM  
They should have just piled on that old farker and beat the snot out of his inbred ass.
 
2013-10-20 11:13:26 PM  

Merry Sunshine: Everyone in this video is an asshole, as are most of the farkers commenting in this thread. 
I'm sorry someone got hurt in the crash incident, but I'm not sorry one of the assholes got his bike run over after placing it in front of a pickup truck.  What did he think would happen?


Nobody is sorry anyone got hurt in this incident.  Absolutely none of us.  You know it, i know it, we know it.  We don't give a f*ck about the injuries suffered in the making of this cellphone video.  it's entertainment to us--tepid entertainment admittedly--but let's not trample each other in a vain attempt at moral high ground brinksmanship.  Just gawk like an honest person.
 
2013-10-20 11:14:16 PM  

Merry Sunshine: Everyone in this video is an asshole, as are most of the farkers commenting in this thread. 
I'm sorry someone got hurt in the crash incident, but I'm not sorry one of the assholes got his bike run over after placing it in front of a pickup truck.  What did he think would happen?




Would you have run over it? Would you have left the scene of an accident?
 
2013-10-20 11:14:38 PM  

meehaw: FormlessOne: Kyosuke: Conveniently edited for the bicyclist's convenience.

...and the arrest, too, was conveniently generated.

The real point, though, is why are we taking sides in an argument generated by a video that only shows part of what happened? Is this what we've come to, that we don't really care about anything other than the chance to argue pointlessly with each other?

Yes.


No
 
2013-10-20 11:14:54 PM  
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