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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-14-2008, 03:15 AM Thread Starter
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My first kill in the Passport

hey guys last night i was going home after dinner with my bro in law, sister and my little bro, on the way home we saw a friend in her New Chevy Equinox. so we rolled up to the stop light......my bro in law rolls down the window and was like hey baby wanna race? .....she laughed and was like im ganna so kill u. I didnt know if she was really ganna race or not so i heard her tires squeel b4 i jumped on the accel at this point she had bout half a lenght on me till bout 45-50 then i caught 3nd and started pullin on her. at bout 70mph i caught up and passed her kept on it till bout 80 and then hit the breaks and slowed down ....... this was about 10pm at night on a pretty slow street. i was surprised considering i had ~700 lbs of extra weight in my car at the time.........there was one other person in her car. for an imported SUV my little Honda Passport/ Isuzu Rodeo is quick
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no comments .........??? I know its not an LH but common give me something......... tell me what u think
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yeah, racing SUV's is the safest thing to do. Specially with a bunch of passengers. Keep up the good work!
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yeah, racing SUV's is the safest thing to do. Specially with a bunch of passengers. Keep up the good work!
You can keep that comment .......racing any car regardless of how many ppl are in it is potentially dangerous im positive i can control just about any car from a standstill to 80mph, if and only if there were a mechanical failure ie the tire blows out would i have a more difficult time bringin her to a stop.....and who are u to patronize me for racing MY car on an empty street ...........yes street racing is illegal yada yada yada im not sutpid i know full well what i was doing if u are ganna patronize someone patronize all the other ppl on here who are bragging about the same thing cause i dont need it
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I do know that racing without people in the car is just as dangerous, but the fact is that having people in your car increases your chances of getting sentenced for manslaughter if some one dies. If you are suicidal you should do it yourself. I really don't discriminate when it comes to pointing out stupid people who take stupid risks, on this site or else where. So yeah you aren't getting more attention than anyone else. By the way, it may be "your" car, but you are driving "your" car on a city street. Posing a danger to other people. The fact that it's "your" car doesn't give you the right to put other lives in jeopardy.
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Did I forget to mention that it was "you" who asked for people to comment? so relax and don't get any sand in your vagina.
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