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post #1 of 13 Old 11-23-2014, 10:50 PM Thread Starter
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Ever do anything like this?

I've picked up a discarded cigarette and dropped it into the lap of the backseat car passenger who tossed it out, and done a few other things but not as ballsey as this. Might have helped with the cigarette that I was on a big white sport tourer and wearing the same high-viz jacket as do the authorities. ;-)

I doubt they were sure who and what so no retaliation was attempted. :-)

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post #2 of 13 Old 11-23-2014, 11:10 PM
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Lol! Dude on the bike is pretty brave!

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post #3 of 13 Old 11-24-2014, 07:10 AM
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I suppose it's easy to be a vigilante when you can speed off on your motorcycle after you "dispense justice." I'd like to see him park his motorcycle, walk up and throw that ashtray in that guy's lap and then stick around to lecture him on littering.



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I've picked up a discarded cigarette and dropped it into the lap of the backseat car passenger who tossed it out, ....
I'd do that down here in the US but I didn't think you guys up north could carry pistols.

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I think that the outrageous aspect appeals to most of us, at least at times. ;-)

The very best "correction" I've ever witnessed was many years ago in Vancouver, BC. A loud Camaro full of noisy young guys was stopped at a cross walk in one of the "better areas". An obviously well turned out elderly lady was crossing and as she crossed in front of the Camaro, the driver jumped the car forward, startling her, much to the mirth of the occupants. One could tell that she wasn't used to being messed with because she visibly bristled, then hammered the heavy brass handle of her umbrella onto his hood, leaving a big dent, before indignantly strutting off. Those of us around laughed our butts off! Don't mess with wealthy old ladies, sonny!
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Out of curiosity I did a search on the "litter vigilante" featured in the video and it's a woman.



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Many years ago one of my "good ol boys" from south of the Ohio border co-worker, on his way to work was the recipient of the "bird" from someone as seen in his rearview mirror. He stopped his car, got out and retrieved a hatchet from the back seat and planted it in the hood of the $hit scared offender. Got back in his car and clocked in at work as if this was just another day at the office. I think of Don whenever I have the urge to flip anyone off.
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So, he axed them not to do that again?



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Many years ago one of my "good ol boys" from south of the Ohio border co-worker, on his way to work was the recipient of the "bird" from someone as seen in his rearview mirror. He stopped his car, got out and retrieved a hatchet from the back seat and planted it in the hood of the $hit scared offender. Got back in his car and clocked in at work as if this was just another day at the office. I think of Don whenever I have the urge to flip anyone off.
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So, he axed them not to do that again?
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So, he axed them not to do that again?
Man you're sharp today!

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