Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Between California and Japan, sometimes europe.
Ferrari Life Posts: 68
Well, I am glad to hear that you are alive and missing no limbs. Disappointing to hear how it went down
and how the Farmer handled himself. I would say that one of my biggest pet piffs is when people make a
mistake and can't simply step up take responsibility. I mean, we all make a mistake now and then. Accidents
I am very aprticular about where I drive. More so where I park and where I leave my machines. It becomes
increasingly annoying to park your vehicle parfectly in a space and come out to find that some prick, backed into you or someone is sitting or leaning or touching.
I was sitting at a Starbucks, some little brat pulls in blasting his music in a beater. It's fine, hey we were
all young once, but he ships his bleeding door open into my door. I drink coffee at this Starbucks 3 times
a day 7 days a week. Let's leave it at everyone knows me. The guy, walked past me. I stood up, walked over to him and I said are you going to apologize for slamming your door into my car.
Little bastard lied to my face, uh no no I didin't. I turned and said I and three other people watched you.
You were rubbing my door. I walked over, took a picture of the paint transfer and his tone got grim real
quick. I told him, is it really hard to own up? Is it that hard to just be look, I am sorry I made a mistake
and confront the issue. It's not that hard. But apparently for this kid it was.
I ended up letting him off, my issue is that people think that can pullshit because you have it, and so
you can automatically afford it.
Three weeks later, a un-insured motorist rammed into a Barista's car. Thus, why I recommend even
those that have it. Own at least one respectable daily.
You lift, I accelerate.