Photos of road road rage driver and victims



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Simon Mason <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Here in today's local paper. http://www.simonmason.karoo.net/zrage.htm
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Are they sure he was driving a Range Rover? He may have just been walking past and bore a striking
resemblence to a Range Rover. Perhaps people start to look like their vehicles, like dogs... I don't
know. Do I look like a very faded J reg Toyota? Well my hair's certainly faded. I'm not sure my wife
would be too pleased if I said she looked like a people carrier! She did when she was carrying our
twins though. Hmmmm .... he sure does look like a Range Rover .... freaky.

Russell
 
"Peter B" <[email protected]> writes:

>"Nick Kew" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
>> In article <[email protected]>, one of infinite monkeys at the keyboard of "Simon
>> Mason" <[email protected]> wrote:

>> > Here in today's local paper. http://www.simonmason.karoo.net/zrage.htm

>> Wear your paunch (in moderation) with pride!

>Everyone is entitled to a paunch but that fat ******* abuses the privlege, but that's the least of
>his transgressions.

It's not just the paunch, there's also what might be exaggerated muscular development behind the
flab. Could this guy have been abusing steroids for muscular development purpose? That can cause the
well known "steroid rages". There are also prescription drugs which have side effects of giving an
increased tendency to rage. I'd like to see a comprehensive drugs blood test on those accused of
road rage.
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Chris Malcolm wrote:

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> I'd like to see a comprehensive drugs blood test on those accused of road rage.

One that required a LARGE amount of blood.

John B
 
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> After I posted it, I noticed it was widely covered in the national press, so presumably the
> verdict will be as well, but I'll post it anyway.
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Around Aug 2002, I posted a reply here about coppers that cycle and one I had met when out training.

During the chance meeting and training burn up with him around Wetwang, he told me of this incident.
I can assure you, if hanging had still been a possibility, he would have done it personally, and
judging by his size, wouldn't have needed a scaffold to accomplish the task. Apparently, all of them
were in agreement.
 
On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 22:09:42 +0000, chris French <[email protected]> wrote:

>In message <[email protected]>, Arthur Clune <[email protected]> writes
>>wafflycathcsdirtycatlitter <[email protected]> wrote:
>>: Thanks for posting that Simon. The picture of the trailer shows how
>>:incredible
>>: it is that little Emily is alive and relatively well.
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>>Says a lot for the design of the trailer I think
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>Indeed.
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>I've wondered about how useful a helmet is on Elinor's head when in the trailer. I don't think I
>need to wonder anymore.

The day I feel the need to start armouring my daughters in preparation for them being deliberately
attacked is the day I give up cycling.
 
On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 12:56:44 -0000 someone who may be "Clive George" <[email protected]>
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>interesting to note that he said predictably, he didn't reverse back in a fit of rage, but to
>apologise. Yeah, right...

The maniac says, "I went back to apologise for driving too close." That's right we all believe
the maniac.

Even if we were born yesterday and believed the maniac his words don't explain why he crashed into
the cycle, cyclist and trailer. He can't use the excuse that he didn't see them.

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On Thu, 06 Feb 2003 21:29:29 +0000, David Hansen <[email protected]> wrote:

>The maniac says, "I went back to apologise for driving too close." That's right we all believe
>the maniac.

I wonder if he said that under oath?

Guy
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>On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 22:09:42 +0000, chris French <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>In message <[email protected]>, Arthur Clune <[email protected]> writes
>>>wafflycathcsdirtycatlitter <[email protected]> wrote:
>>>: Thanks for posting that Simon. The picture of the trailer shows how
>>>:incredible
>>>: it is that little Emily is alive and relatively well.
>>>
>>>Says a lot for the design of the trailer I think

>>I've wondered about how useful a helmet is on Elinor's head when in the trailer. I don't think I
>>need to wonder anymore.
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>The day I feel the need to start armouring my daughters in preparation for them being deliberately
>attacked is the day I give up cycling.
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I wasn't thinking specifically about this incident, or even the likelihood of any such incident
happening to us when out (very small I hope).

I was just thinking about the possibility of a collision in general with a car or whatever, and the
position Elinor would be in. Ok it's probably not that likely an event, but that's not the point.

While the trailer is sturdy, and will give pretty good protection to Elinor in the event of it being
rolled over or whatever, it's still only a metal frame covered in material, and a head impact of
some sort would be quite a possibility;
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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On Thu, 06 Feb 2003 21:29:29 +0000, David Hansen <[email protected]> wrote:
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> >The maniac says, "I went back to apologise for driving too close." That's right we all believe
> >the maniac.
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> I wonder if he said that under oath?

I've certainly sworn a few oaths.

The law will take its course, but justice may have to wait.
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Smudger wrote:
> I hope there's a big bad convict that likes a fattie like that in the showers.

The exact same sentiment was expressed at work this afternoon when I told people about the incident.
Then someone commented that "no-one will have a **** long enough to get through to his ****".

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Thomas Paine
 
On Thu, 06 Feb 2003 21:35:49 +0000, "Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote:

>>The maniac says, "I went back to apologise for driving too close." That's right we all believe
>>the maniac.
>
>I wonder if he said that under oath?
>

Absolutely. "Bugger me," he said. "I've ****ing missed them. I'll have to reverse at great speed to
apologise to the wankers."

James

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