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Old 05-10-2013, 01:27 AM   #160171
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Were you armed?

Road rage is fun...

Just the other day I witnessed a vehicle behind me swerving through traffic and tailgating me. I decided to pace the car next to me so he couldn't pass. When I finally did let him by, he was having a seizure he was so pissed. I have him the and went to make my turn.

He slows down and sticks his arm out the sunroof and points to a parking lot coming up.

He wants to fight...

I figure I've got time.

I had already made the turn though so I looped around and went to the parking lot. He must have had to drop his GF off because by the time I got there, he was leaving the neighborhood nearby and looking for me.

I was waiting outside my Jeep calmly...and in uniform.

He decided not to stop...
Wahahaha!

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Well played!

I love when crap like that happens.
Thank you. I couldn't believe the aneurism this guy was having because he couldn't do 70 in a 45mph zone.

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Some fu&%#$& piece of s%&# who thought I had my fu&%#$& high beams on....
Got out of his car at a light, came to my window and started cussing me out followed me and hit my door and kept driving....


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It's different when they're Mormon, they're making you happy so they get their own planet in the afterlife.
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Did better than that. Called our dispatch center as I followed him. Dispatch knows who I am from squad. Next thing I know there's 6 officers on scene surrounding him lol
VERY NICE! Haha! Let us know what happens next!!

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Road rage is fun...

Just the other day I witnessed a vehicle behind me swerving through traffic and tailgating me. I decided to pace the car next to me so he couldn't pass. When I finally did let him by, he was having a seizure he was so pissed. I have him the and went to make my turn.

He slows down and sticks his arm out the sunroof and points to a parking lot coming up.

He wants to fight...

I figure I've got time.

I had already made the turn though so I looped around and went to the parking lot. He must have had to drop his GF off because by the time I got there, he was leaving the neighborhood nearby and looking for me.

I was waiting outside my Jeep calmly...and in uniform.

He decided not to stop...
Incredible!
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Do they really believe this?

Incredible!
No we don't. And you only get one wife.
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Polygamous marriage is basically essential to Mormon theology. Mormon Doctrine states that God was once a human man, and "He is now a glorified, resurrected Personage having a tangible body of flesh and bones" (250). As a matter of fact, "all gods first existed as spirits, came to an earth to receive bodies, and then, after having passed through a period of probation on the aforesaid earth, were advanced to the exalted position they now enjoy" (Hoekema 38). After death, a good Mormon man who has followed a few certain rules is catapulted to this same status and receives his own planet to populate and rule over (Fife 103). To receive this honor, a man must be "married for eternity" in the Mormon temple. This special marriage is binding after death as well as until it.
"Celestial" marriage, as this eternal marriage is often called, is essential for Mormon women. Without being celestially married to a holder of the priesthood, a woman cannot be "saved" (Green 154). Mary Ettie Smith, a Mormon woman who left the church and Utah in 1856, said that "women do not amount to much in themselves," and that women in those times were often celestially married to men they had no intention of ever living with, so that they could have a man who would be able to get them into heaven (Green 154).
In the temple marriage ceremony, women are given secret names known only to their husbands, for identification purposes, so their husbands can pull them through to "the other side" after death (Laake 118). During the marriage ceremony, until 1990, men made their temple covenants directly to God, while the women had to make their temple covenants to their husbands (Laake 328). This means that while male temple workers representing God lead the men through the cloth representing the veil between worlds, husbands, symbolically, lead their wives through. Women also promise to obey their husbands in everything as long as their husbands obey God (Laake 108). As part of the ceremony, women also receive their endowments. These are sacred ordinances and promises which make a person eligible to enter the highest level of heaven, and Mormons receive them on their first visit to the temple (Laake 93). Men usually receive their endowments when they enter the temple to become a priesthood holder or go on a mission, but women enter the temple for the first time to be married.
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Thank you. I couldn't believe the aneurism this guy was having because he couldn't do 70 in a 45mph zone.
It happens every day, you should know. Story time.

When I was living in TX I was on my way to work at 5am one day and it was raining hard. I'm on I-35 heading into Austin, in the left lane when the Big Truck just in front of me swerves into my lane and I jam on the brakes. There was a Mercedes that ran up so close behind me I was ready for impact. He then goes across 3 lanes, passes everyone on the shoulder to get back in front of me to return the favor. He slams on the brakes and slows to about 20 mph while sticking his tree trunk of an arm out the window to pull over. I didn't oblige and kept going trying to avoid him.

Suddenly a bright light shines trough my passenger window and I'm like 'wtf now!'. He turns his surefire flashlight off and I see the DPS shoulder patch on the guy driving the minivan. He gives me the thumbs up and hauls A$$ after the guy in the Mercedes. Justice.

Scary when it happens.
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No we don't. And you only get one wife.

Mormonism is a lot more mainstream nowadays, grew up with a lot of them. There are however the Mormon colonies in Mexico that aren't.
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Polygamous marriage is basically essential to Mormon theology. Mormon....
We need to institute the no religion or politics policy for our thread.

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Mormonism is a lot more mainstream nowadays, grew up with a lot of them. There are however the Mormon colonies in Mexico that aren't.
True. The multiple wife ones hold on to the days when there were 10 women to a man. Made sense at the time but then it got warped into a religious view as you poster and now nurses won't let out go.
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We need to institute the no religion or politics policy for our thread.

Just sayin'.
Yeah, sure, I'm done sorry all. I'm not religious so it's just an interesting sandbox for me.
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Let's all just enjoy this excellent song and discuss how bad that one guy is going to get it in court for road raging
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Let's all just enjoy this excellent song and discuss how bad that one guy is going to get it in court for road raging


I saw we just pick on Dustin some more....
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Polygamous marriage is basically essential to Mormon theology. Mormon Doctrine states that God was once a human man, and "He is now a glorified, resurrected Personage having a tangible body of flesh and bones" (250). As a matter of fact, "all gods first existed as spirits, came to an earth to receive bodies, and then, after having passed through a period of probation on the aforesaid earth, were advanced to the exalted position they now enjoy" (Hoekema 38). After death, a good Mormon man who has followed a few certain rules is catapulted to this same status and receives his own planet to populate and rule over (Fife 103). To receive this honor, a man must be "married for eternity" in the Mormon temple. This special marriage is binding after death as well as until it.
"Celestial" marriage, as this eternal marriage is often called, is essential for Mormon women. Without being celestially married to a holder of the priesthood, a woman cannot be "saved" (Green 154). Mary Ettie Smith, a Mormon woman who left the church and Utah in 1856, said that "women do not amount to much in themselves," and that women in those times were often celestially married to men they had no intention of ever living with, so that they could have a man who would be able to get them into heaven (Green 154).
In the temple marriage ceremony, women are given secret names known only to their husbands, for identification purposes, so their husbands can pull them through to "the other side" after death (Laake 118). During the marriage ceremony, until 1990, men made their temple covenants directly to God, while the women had to make their temple covenants to their husbands (Laake 328). This means that while male temple workers representing God lead the men through the cloth representing the veil between worlds, husbands, symbolically, lead their wives through. Women also promise to obey their husbands in everything as long as their husbands obey God (Laake 108). As part of the ceremony, women also receive their endowments. These are sacred ordinances and promises which make a person eligible to enter the highest level of heaven, and Mormons receive them on their first visit to the temple (Laake 93). Men usually receive their endowments when they enter the temple to become a priesthood holder or go on a mission, but women enter the temple for the first time to be married.
That was interesting. I've never really heard an morman theology. It always seems to be kept. Hush hush. Like a big secret.
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Polygamous marriage is basically essential to Mormon theology. Mormon Doctrine states that God was once a human man, and "He is now a glorified, resurrected Personage having a tangible body of flesh and bones" (250). As a matter of fact, "all gods first existed as spirits, came to an earth to receive bodies, and then, after having passed through a period of probation on the aforesaid earth, were advanced to the exalted position they now enjoy" (Hoekema 38). After death, a good Mormon man who has followed a few certain rules is catapulted to this same status and receives his own planet to populate and rule over (Fife 103). To receive this honor, a man must be "married for eternity" in the Mormon temple. This special marriage is binding after death as well as until it.
"Celestial" marriage, as this eternal marriage is often called, is essential for Mormon women. Without being celestially married to a holder of the priesthood, a woman cannot be "saved" (Green 154). Mary Ettie Smith, a Mormon woman who left the church and Utah in 1856, said that "women do not amount to much in themselves," and that women in those times were often celestially married to men they had no intention of ever living with, so that they could have a man who would be able to get them into heaven (Green 154).
In the temple marriage ceremony, women are given secret names known only to their husbands, for identification purposes, so their husbands can pull them through to "the other side" after death (Laake 118). During the marriage ceremony, until 1990, men made their temple covenants directly to God, while the women had to make their temple covenants to their husbands (Laake 328). This means that while male temple workers representing God lead the men through the cloth representing the veil between worlds, husbands, symbolically, lead their wives through. Women also promise to obey their husbands in everything as long as their husbands obey God (Laake 108). As part of the ceremony, women also receive their endowments. These are sacred ordinances and promises which make a person eligible to enter the highest level of heaven, and Mormons receive them on their first visit to the temple (Laake 93). Men usually receive their endowments when they enter the temple to become a priesthood holder or go on a mission, but women enter the temple for the first time to be married.
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Haha! I'm fine with that. My bad for asking about it!
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Look, I just want a mullet so I walk down the street and yell at women....
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So i COULD just change axle seal and bearing on both sides and spend $50...Or replace the brakes and drums as well (Pretty rough looking drums) and Spend like $130....
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That was interesting. I've never really heard an morman theology. It always seems to be kept. Hush hush. Like a big secret.
x2! We've had some Morman pts. and the only reason I knew is they needed to get special approval from the Drs. to wear this long underwear type stuff under their hospital gowns... When I'd try to talkto them about their religion - purely out of curiosity - they usually would seem to try to avoid the subject and wouldn't want to talk to me anymore. Just figured is was one of those comfort things though like they thought I was making fun of them or going to or something...
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Tire wrap dustins assailant and roll him down the hulk to see if he goes thwap thwap thwap.
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So i COULD just change axle seal and bearing on both sides and spend $30...Or replace the brakes and drums as well (Pretty rough looking drums) and Spend like $130....
If money isn't an issue. Do it all while you have it tore apart. If the brakes have life left. You could save it for another day. It would be kinda like therapy for you.
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So i COULD just change axle seal and bearing on both sides and spend $50...Or replace the brakes and drums as well (Pretty rough looking drums) and Spend like $130....
Didn't you just do all of your brakes and what-not like just before you had to get a new engine??

If your drums are looking rough - it's just another one of those things that you might as well do while you're in there/have the tires off.
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Didn't you just do all of your brakes and what-not like just before you had to get a new engine??

If your drums are looking rough - it's just another one of those things that you might as well do while you're in there/have the tires off.
No, I replaced my front brakes and calipers like a month ago. Never did anything with rear brakes
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It happens every day, you should know. Story time.

When I was living in TX I was on my way to work at 5am one day and it was raining hard. I'm on I-35 heading into Austin, in the left lane when the Big Truck just in front of me swerves into my lane and I jam on the brakes. There was a Mercedes that ran up so close behind me I was ready for impact. He then goes across 3 lanes, passes everyone on the shoulder to get back in front of me to return the favor. He slams on the brakes and slows to about 20 mph while sticking his tree trunk of an arm out the window to pull over. I didn't oblige and kept going trying to avoid him.

Suddenly a bright light shines trough my passenger window and I'm like 'wtf now!'. He turns his surefire flashlight off and I see the DPS shoulder patch on the guy driving the minivan. He gives me the thumbs up and hauls A$$ after the guy in the Mercedes. Justice.

Scary when it happens.
The justice part doesn't happen often enough.

I've always wondered why we keep buying the same Ford, Chevy unmarked vehicles anyone can spot to enforce traffic. Once in a while an agency will get smart and use a seized vehicle but we need it in mainstream law enforcement.

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He won't get it bad enough.

I nailed a guy that almost ran myself and a few other vehicles off the interstate. By the time I pulled him over I had a list of offenses. When he went to court, turns out it was going to be his 10th reckless offense. Judge gave him his usual $250 fine and away he went.
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