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Old 09-30-04, 07:14 AM   #1
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My nieghbor almost just ran me over

My car is in the hospitol for cars . So , I had to ride 4 miles to get a cup of joe and a news paper . It was raining and I was coming up to my road and she zoomed on the wrongside of the road and almost did me in
Well , I guess she is more aware of the fact that people ride the rain and also early in the morning .
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Old 09-30-04, 08:29 AM   #2
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Did you use e-mail to break up with her also?
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Old 09-30-04, 08:45 AM   #3
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Hahahaha

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I would have called the cops.
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Rent a cessna and buzz her yard.
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Rent a cessna and buzz her yard.
Like the guy who's girlfriend broke up with him so he flew over her house with a megaphone out the side window proclaiming his love and begging for her to take him back while circling overhead in a steep bank? That is until he forgot that a high-wing Cessna uses a gravity-based crossfeed fuel system when the selector is in the BOTH position and it caught up with him. He ran the high-side wing tank dry pretty quickly and was too preoccupied with his whining to switch to the full tank. His engine quit from fuel starvation and he augured into the roof of her house. He suffered minor injuries and her dad was quoted as saying something like, "I never did care for that young man."
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