SpdrJay: This is why it's always best just to kill people who want a ride as soon as they get in your car.
SmackLT: SpdrJay: This is why it's always best just to kill people who want a ride as soon as they get in your car.It's more efficient, gas-wise, if you just run 'em over
htomc: This and personal experience is why I never, ever ever give any stranger a ride anymore. 100% of the times I've done it in the past, it's turned out to be some whiny con-artist who launched into a woe-is-me tearjerker plea to "bless" them with money. They really didn't need to go anywhere, they just wanted a captive audience to try their scam. I guess I'm just lucky that none of them tried to rob me or steal the car.I've heard that the good samaritan impulse to pull over and help someone struggling with their car tire, etc. likewise puts you at risk of ambush.Murphy was wrong- the actual rule governing this world is: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished.
naughtyrev: SmackLT: SpdrJay: This is why it's always best just to kill people who want a ride as soon as they get in your car.It's more efficient, gas-wise, if you just run 'em overBut you run a risk of damaging your engine if you don't hit them just right. Plus, people are resilient - you're going to have to back it up and go over them a few times to make sure.
uncleacid: What hospital has 1AM visiting hours?
Maud Dib: Give a man a fish, and you'll feed him for a day.Teach a man to fish, and he'll sit around in a boat and drink beer all day.
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