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    Good or bad?

    This morning there was a guy just hanging on my bumper. There was no reason for it, we were part of a long line of cars and you can't pass there.

    Than I had to turn left and big cement truck was waiting there to turn left. So I gave him a wave and let him get on - and I turned left and the bumper riding guy was stuck behind cement truck

    Now I feel satisfaction from the act of kindness - and even bigger satifaction for frigging it up for that guy behind me - the road goes on for a long stretch with no chance to pass

    Sooo - who counts it for me today? The heaven or the hell?
    Po všetkém hovno, enem po včelách med.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrapmetal
    The heaven or the hell?

    Do you plan on dying today?
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    Not really, but I have to drive on the Capital Beltway today - you never know what's gonna happen there.
    Po všetkém hovno, enem po včelách med.

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    I would say heaven - but with a noisy washing machine and an inoperable drier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrapmetal
    This morning there was a guy just hanging on my bumper. There was no reason for it, we were part of a long line of cars and you can't pass there.

    Than I had to turn left and big cement truck was waiting there to turn left. So I gave him a wave and let him get on - and I turned left and the bumper riding guy was stuck behind cement truck

    Now I feel satisfaction from the act of kindness - and even bigger satifaction for frigging it up for that guy behind me - the road goes on for a long stretch with no chance to pass

    Sooo - who counts it for me today? The heaven or the hell?
    Karma baby!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress
    I would say heaven - but with a noisy washing machine and an inoperable drier.
    ...and you can't bring your bike.

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    I say you have positive Karma from the cement truck driver and you get bonus points for letting your positive karma slow down the jack leg, tail gating, cork soaker behind you!
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    And was this long line of cars all because of you?
    In the words of Einstein
    "And now I think I'll take a bath"

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    [QUOTE=squegeeboo]And was this long line of cars all because of you?[/QUOTE

    no - because of the time of the day, roads are just full in North Virginia
    Po všetkém hovno, enem po včelách med.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srapmetal
    no - because of the time of the day, roads are just full in North Virginia
    Thats good to hear, but I was really just going for the cake lyrics. Ever since seeing this video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj1Ifq9Tfas
    It's the first thing I think of when ever I hear anything about a long line of cars.
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