Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Arch Stanton, Mar 27, 2012.
In Texas, that'll get you shot.
I was thinking the same thing. :laugh2:
Do you mean the biker after he kicked her 4x4?
I don't think it matters.
Maybe if they shot each other, we could rid the world of two idiots at the same time.
Yep. And then after he decided to attack her through the window.
It's happened a few times here in Houston where folks decided to roll up on somebody after a road rage incident and were killed. And the shooter was never charged.
Lesson for any road ragers: Think twice before getting out of your car.
I bet it was that time of the month. You've got to be extremely mentally unstable to do something like that.
That said, I wonder what lead up to that. I bet the biker was being an *** and she just lashed out at him which is probably what caused him to kick her car.
I am curious what started the incident. By that, I mean what made the guy kick the vehicle to start with?
Maybe he was complimenting the women by saying...I would hit that. :
I'm betting he was splitting cars. I lot of people don't like that when they are stuck in traffic. They don't believe just because you're on a bike, you can cut in front of everyone. She had probably already gone mental and that just set her off.
That biker is lucky he didn't get run over. She was clearly trying to run him down.
Good advice. Only time I have gotten out of my car was to protect a woman who a man initially rear ended her because he did not like how she was driving. Once I saw her pull over and the man pull over behind her and was banging on her window trying to make her get out I knew I had to stop and intervene
I've been to Houston twice, I'm not sure I want to visit again.
He physically kicked her vehicle, .. whatever else happened after that, .. he provoked it.
- edit - LOL, after rewatching this a few times, .. his foot did not even get back on the ground after kicking her car before she hit the gas and was on the attack. He picked the wrong lady, and stepped on her last nerve.
Seriously though, what was he doing?
Go back and watch from the beginning, .. could he not have just gone to the left, instead of in between the cars?
I am a motorcycle rider for ten years, what he did is not cool.
I've lived here 20 years. Haven't had any issues, thankfully.
But the stuff that happens is no different than any other major city, IMO.
I've seen my old city on Cops more than any other city in Texas. They must need the income. *shrug*
I remember when Cops first started. They would move from city to city. Then they filmed it Fort Worth. Then what seemed like the next few years, they were always in Fort Worth. :laugh2:
You would think Fort Worth was the crime capital of the world. I don't remember how many times I saw them chasing guys down under that big bridge on Barry St just west of I35. :laugh2:
Isn't that the truth. Not everywhere in Texas does that get you shot.
Me and my Dad would sit and watch just to see if we recognized any of the neighborhoods. I'd watch to see if I recognized any of the people so I could go back and ask some of my friends about it. *smh*
It's ridiculous and hilarious all at the same time.
That dude on the bike remind anyone else of Yeager?
It's unusual to see any cop around here carrying a gun let alone using one.