I think that’s the first time in my life I have typed the word “Bedfellows” and I’ve typed a bazillion words what with being a reporter for awhile and now just writing up bullshit on my lunch breaks.
I like it. It has an oldschool feel to it while still managing to be somewhat modern.
Oh, so guns and cars are just bad ideas. Does anything good come from that mix? It’s not like you’re mixing peanut butter and peanut butter filled smidgens. HOLY SHIT. Imagine if you could buy a tub of peanut butter that had peanut butter filled smidgens buried inside. FUCK.
Oh, yeah so guns and cars. Don’t have a gun in your car. What the fuck could you possibly need it for other than to shoot your drug connection? I guess you could shoot animals from your car, but that’s illegal. Right?
I remember going with my first childhood crush and her dad and some dude to go “deerspotting” when I was about 8 years old. That was…stupid. Seriously. They had like a bazillion candle power flashlight and we drove around and shined it on deer and they would run away. To this day, I have no idea why people do that. But, that was one hot 8 year old I almost got to hold hands with that night.
This dude is a tool:
A Monroe County man with a license to carry a handgun is facing criminal charges for allegedly displaying the weapon to threaten two men during a road-rage incident Wednesday morning that started and ended on Airport Road in Allentown, police said.
Anthony Suarez, 41, of 4566 Briarcliff Terrace, Tobyhanna Township, allegedly showed the handgun to two men in a vehicle parked at the AutoZone after they blew their horn when he almost drove his sport utility vehicle into their vehicle, police said.
The men told police they immediately drove out of the parking lot and Suarez followed them north on Airport Road. They lost him at one point, but Suarez was waiting for them when they returned to Airport Road and began tailing them again, police said.
The men called 911 around 10:25 a.m. and were told to keep driving while state police at Bethlehem were dispatched. Troopers stopped Suarez north of Allentown on Airport Road, seized his .38-caliber revolver and charged him with simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment. He was committed to Lehigh County Prison under $7,500 bail. According to prison records, Suarez was released yesterday after posting bail. Source
I have been pissed off when people have cut me off in the past. It’s frustrating, yes. I think maybe I have even tailed someone for awhile after they cut me off, but brandishing a weapon? No.
Hmm. Ok, one quick road rage story before I get the fuck out of here and commence my weekend of drinking and maybe moving.
Me and two of my friends in high school were driving to Scranton to go to the mall. There was a white truck following us pretty tight on the highway and my friend flipped him off from the backseat as we were taking our exit. The white truck, which was continuing on the highway, veers off through the grass median and takes down some of those reflective plastic strips, just so he could park us in at the end of the exit.
He gets out of the white truck, keep in mind we can’t go forward or backward because there are cars in front of us and he is sideways in front of us, and he starts to scream at me through my window about how he’s going to fucking kill us and my friend is going to die. We were freaking out and trying to reason with him.
I think I kept saying how my friend in the backseat was so sorry and my friend in the passenger seat as like “WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON WHO IS THIS MAN?”
It had to last about one minute, but it felt like about 15. It was as if he went into some crazy mode where he didn’t care if he got arrested or killed one of us or whatever. It was insane.
He was the “urban cowboy,” a name we will refer to him by forever.
He started to kick my fucking window and put a crack in it and was going to bust through it before the cars behind just piled up too many deep and he was forced to get back into his truck and drive away into the sunset. The window was buckling. I could almost taste the sole of his boot.
Yeah, he had his license plate covered either by some mechanism he activated with a button or just with a black faceplate. We all pissed our pants continuously for about a week. I remember sitting down in the mall and our hands were all shaking at the same rate.
It wasn’t until we got to the mall that we realized I had my bb gun in the car that looked like a real gun and kicked ourselves for not whipping it out.
I’m still glad we didn’t.