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That was wild. I could see Dan doing that if he ever left his keyboard, extra large bag of chips, and fake news channels.

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that's .attempted murder , but he should know that you never bring a mc to a car fight
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I didn't see the car "Brake check" him as the article states, but obviously, something the cager did pi$$ed that biker off. Maybe the cager called the biker out on repeating fake news?

I know its hard to put away the ego when you know you are right, but man, two versus four loses every time so let it roll off and you can keep rolling on.

I've felt like doing the same thing many times, but in the end, I got to go home and put my little girl to bed instead of her putting me in the ground. It is pretty much that simple.
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It's too bad someone hasn't come up with a taser that can kill a car.
I know it's wrong, but there are sometimes where it would seem so perfectly right.

I certainly wouldn't want to kill someone for scaring the bejesus out of me, but I wouldn't hesitate to kill their car right in its tracks.

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It's too bad someone hasn't come up with a taser that can kill a car.
I know it's wrong, but there are sometimes where it would seem so perfectly right.

I certainly wouldn't want to kill someone for scaring the bejesus out of me, but I wouldn't hesitate to kill their car right in its tracks.
That would be awesome. Something to stall the engine out, at least let them coast to safety.

Or maybe a paintball gun that shoots paintballs filled with brake fluid to leave a nice mark on their hood.

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That would be awesome. Something to stall the engine out, at least let them coast to safety.

Or maybe a paintball gun that shoots paintballs filled with USED OIL to leave a nice mark on their Windshield.
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That washes off.
Brake fluid eats paint.

They will have a nice reminder of their insolence. Either in a visual every day, or in a large debit in their checking account paying for a new paint job.

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I didn't see the car "Brake check" him as the article states...
Most likely the brake check happened before filming started. Seems like the person in the car with the cell phone camera probably decided to start filming because of the brake check and escalating situation resulting from it.

Although it does call into question why in the hell the motorcyclist was following the car so closely that the car felt it necessary to brake check him in the first place. That right there was stupid, to begin with. I hate to be cold, but it seems like the motorcyclist f***ed up all the way across the board on this one. Doesn't excuse attempted murder, but he definitely brought this on himself. I've honestly got no sympathy for him and I hope that hyper-extended knee gives him issues for the rest of his life to remind him that he should ride a bit safer.

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Most likely the brake check happened before filming started. Seems like the person in the car with the cell phone camera probably decided to start filming because of the brake check and escalating situation resulting from it.

Although it does call into question why in the hell the motorcyclist was following the car so closely that the car felt it necessary to brake check him in the first place. That right there was stupid, to begin with. I hate to be cold, but it seems like the motorcyclist f***ed up all the way across the board on this one. Doesn't excuse attempted murder, but he definitely brought this on himself. I've honestly got no sympathy for him and I hope that hyper-extended knee gives him issues for the rest of his life to remind him that he should ride a bit safer.
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We get a bad enough rep just because...don't need any help with that from idiots like him.
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That washes off.
Brake fluid eats paint.

They will have a nice reminder of their insolence. Either in a visual every day, or in a large debit in their checking account paying for a new paint job.
Brake fluid wouldn't stop the car.
A greasy mess on the windshield would.


Sorry, this is getting off track.

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