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Author Topic: Road Rage I caught on video ( It was against me )  (Read 5144 times)
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« Reply #40 on: May 14, 2013, 06:25:37 AM »

True about getting my viral video - lol. It is at 10,768 views this morning, up over 10 thousand views since last night - wow. That 17K views since Sunday, unimaginable.
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« Reply #41 on: May 14, 2013, 07:07:31 AM »

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« Reply #42 on: May 14, 2013, 10:53:13 PM »

I wonder if that dirt ball has seen himself on the video yet?
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« Reply #43 on: May 15, 2013, 11:18:01 AM »

I'm a little late to the party, here, but isn't throwing a "deadly missile" at a moving car a felony?  The punk's actions could have made John swerve and collide with other vehicles resulting in multiple injuries or death.  Also, being as it was coffee, *intent* to injure John with a hot substance could have been there.  If any coffee got on John, would that be battery?  Just some thoughts...

We can't understand the mentality of punks like those because their thought process runs just a touch below that of the critters living at the bottom of the sewage treatment facilities of most large cities.  I think you've already decided that pursuing this would not be worth the effort in view of the expected outcome and you are probably correct. 

As for the video being on-line, I don't know about the liabilities there.  I doubt the guy worries too much about what his mama thinks.  He might be more concerned with his employer (if he has one).  If someone who knows him sees the video they most likely will mention it to him.  Could his friends be razzing him about the video?  From the video I would think that he got a good look at you, too.  It takes a real lowlife with little respect for others' wellbeing to do what he did...he definitely could have caused you to wreck and injure/kill yourself or others (that may be why it's a felony?)  Could the video further anger the punk to other actions?  I have no idea of the chances of John running across this scumbag again, I'm not famliar with big city life, but is putting the video online really going to help John sleep well at night? 

I believe in defending myself, family, friends, etc., and I believe most LEOs believe that we have the right to that defense.  We live in a world of action and reaction.  To me, personal defense goes beyond the physical/mechanical aspect, it also deals with your own mentality of how you deal with situations.  Among those things is when and where you cross over from defensive actions to offensive actions...sometimes they are the same.  Don't let the perps control your actions.

Just some rambling...

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« Reply #44 on: June 30, 2013, 12:43:53 PM »

Looks like NJ is noticing many instances of this happening.

http://autos.aol.com/article/left-lane-driving-laws-fines-new-jersey/
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« Reply #45 on: June 30, 2013, 12:55:35 PM »

Once had a car full of kids pull up alongside me and pelt my car with softball-sized rocks. There had been no confrontation, I think they were just doing it for kicks and we were in the wrong place at the wrong time. One of the rocks came through an open window and landed in the back seat, where my infant daughter was riding in a car seat. I got their plate number and called the police. They did nothing.
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« Reply #46 on: June 30, 2013, 06:39:57 PM »

It would cut to deeply into the Po-Pos break time.  Thank god we have dedicated public servants out there protecting us from stale doughnuts.   police
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« Reply #47 on: June 30, 2013, 08:10:34 PM »

   Dont know if it can happen in the US John, but here I have been able to jump the junior officers to get to higher ranks for some satisfaction. Confidentially had been agreed to always but I know of on one occasion I was let down in this respect.
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« Reply #48 on: June 30, 2013, 08:18:38 PM »

It would cut to deeply into the Po-Pos break time.  Thank god we have dedicated public servants out there protecting us from stale doughnuts.   police

Kingbee,
Kind of painting with a broad brush there, aren't you?

In my experience I have found that the "Po-po" are much like any other profession or calling...Judges, doctors, lawyers, dentist, accountants, plumbers, electricians, priest, etc. etc, you name it, there are good, ones and bad ones, knowledgeable ones and clueless ones.

Not sure of all the specifics of Oblio's situation...I do know from what he has described I would have pushed it well beyond a phone call and someone several steps up the chain of command would have had to give me a convincing reason why nothing could be done.

Sometimes the squeaky wheel get the grease!  It shouldn't have to be like that, but that's often the reality of the way it works.
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« Reply #49 on: July 01, 2013, 03:39:30 AM »

Moots, I agree with every word you typed.  That is what makes this a great country and it is also what makes this not so great a country.  What we have here is not so much a failure to communicate as much as it is a classic case of institutional inertia.

The same problem existed in the old soviet union to such a degree that it caused the whole society to collapse.  If you were a plumber lets say, you couldn't get an antibiotic injection for you son until you found a doctor with a leaking faucet.  And if you wanted to buy a special present for your 16 year old daughter and you didn't have a critical skill or you didn't work at a collective were you could pilfer a item or items in short supply, well in that case you would be SOL.

It is the same don't rock the boat principle behind BlueBee's UAW or Barry's SEIU.  It's not that bad yet, but its getting there.   

As for example.
It's funny you say that Kathy, I passed three construction sites today and six cop cars there LOL

[quote moots]  Extra duty, NO DOUBT!  grin  [/quote]

In my long experience the individual po-pos are mostly the best people on the planet.  However they are employed by some of the trashiest organizations that the mind of man can devise.

Moots, WUWT?
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« Reply #50 on: July 01, 2013, 07:53:04 AM »

Moots, I agree with every word you typed.  That is what makes this a great country and it is also what makes this not so great a country.  What we have here is not so much a failure to communicate as much as it is a classic case of institutional inertia.

The same problem existed in the old soviet union to such a degree that it caused the whole society to collapse.  If you were a plumber lets say, you couldn't get an antibiotic injection for you son until you found a doctor with a leaking faucet.  And if you wanted to buy a special present for your 16 year old daughter and you didn't have a critical skill or you didn't work at a collective were you could pilfer a item or items in short supply, well in that case you would be SOL.

It is the same don't rock the boat principle behind BlueBee's UAW or Barry's SEIU.  It's not that bad yet, but its getting there.   

As for example.
It's funny you say that Kathy, I passed three construction sites today and six cop cars there LOL

[quote moots]  Extra duty, NO DOUBT!  grin 

In my long experience the individual po-pos are mostly the best people on the planet.  However they are employed by some of the trashiest organizations that the mind of man can devise.

Moots, WUWT?
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Glad you agreed with every word I typed...However, your whole Soviet Union analogy totally escapes me.  huh I don't see the parallels.

And....What's up with what???
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« Reply #51 on: July 01, 2013, 03:00:05 PM »

Moots, the USSR was the worlds best (or worst) example of government inertia.  This type of official or police inertia is what others were complaining about. 

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is the best (or worst) US example of institutionalized inertia or government
inaction that I can give.  Not all PoPos are in the SEIU's ship of fools but the boat she be fast filling up.
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