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RE: What grinds your gears?
road rage was in da howze today.....stupid biatch ding-dong runs the car in front off me into incoming to fit into a 1 between the two of us as I'm hauling 2k lbs....I make the swerve to the right and piled drove that mfk'r into submission with the 'dive donw' as her dipshite brakes were a smokin'.....

we hit the red light, and nuts zongo gets out....stupid biatch hits R like her cliTTT got tickled at a crayfish boil...............then rams the car behind her.....

#adiosPuta with a double middle finga gang bang.....


yeah, bad day went just fine and dandy in the end, biatch....
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My neighbors who don't understand that they need to stop putting the flag up on the mailbox, as their mail is continually stolen. They have been warned by me, other neighbors, their kids, and our mail carrier not to put the flag up to get their mail picked up. All it does is alert thieves. There's a post office a half a mile away. They are both able-bodied people. They complain about the problem but don't listen to anyone who has warned them.

I put mail in my box, don't put the flag up and nothing happens to it!
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(03-19-2020 04:19 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  My neighbors who don't understand that they need to stop putting the flag up on the mailbox, as their mail is continually stolen. They have been warned by me, other neighbors, their kids, and our mail carrier not to put the flag up to get their mail picked up. All it does is alert thieves. There's a post office a half a mile away. They are both able-bodied people. They complain about the problem but don't listen to anyone who has warned them.

I put mail in my box, don't put the flag up and nothing happens to it!

hold on for a sec....I need to hear more....

why would someone steal mail due to a 'raised flag'???

you're a fk'n moron if you send cash via usps....I'll assume to 'x' that one....

if it's anything other than cash, it's worthless to the thief.....so 'x' that one....

however, if it's muh mary jane or other substance that provides a 'courier signal', well it's not thievery....

I'm at a loss on this one....
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(03-19-2020 08:35 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(03-19-2020 04:19 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  My neighbors who don't understand that they need to stop putting the flag up on the mailbox, as their mail is continually stolen. They have been warned by me, other neighbors, their kids, and our mail carrier not to put the flag up to get their mail picked up. All it does is alert thieves. There's a post office a half a mile away. They are both able-bodied people. They complain about the problem but don't listen to anyone who has warned them.

I put mail in my box, don't put the flag up and nothing happens to it!

hold on for a sec....I need to hear more....

why would someone steal mail due to a 'raised flag'???

you're a fk'n moron if you send cash via usps....I'll assume to 'x' that one....

if it's anything other than cash, it's worthless to the thief.....so 'x' that one....

however, if it's muh mary jane or other substance that provides a 'courier signal', well it's not thievery....

I'm at a loss on this one....

When you raise the flag on the mailbox, thieves will steal mail, looking for checks, that you are sending out to pay bills with. At least that's what happens here in ABQ. It's such a problem that USPS sends out advisory postcards a couple of times a year. During the holidays, thieves are looking for gift cards.

One possibility that has crossed my mind, is teenagers are just stealing it to be jerks.
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(03-21-2020 12:01 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  
(03-19-2020 08:35 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(03-19-2020 04:19 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  My neighbors who don't understand that they need to stop putting the flag up on the mailbox, as their mail is continually stolen. They have been warned by me, other neighbors, their kids, and our mail carrier not to put the flag up to get their mail picked up. All it does is alert thieves. There's a post office a half a mile away. They are both able-bodied people. They complain about the problem but don't listen to anyone who has warned them.

I put mail in my box, don't put the flag up and nothing happens to it!

hold on for a sec....I need to hear more....

why would someone steal mail due to a 'raised flag'???

you're a fk'n moron if you send cash via usps....I'll assume to 'x' that one....

if it's anything other than cash, it's worthless to the thief.....so 'x' that one....

however, if it's muh mary jane or other substance that provides a 'courier signal', well it's not thievery....

I'm at a loss on this one....

When you raise the flag on the mailbox, thieves will steal mail, looking for checks, that you are sending out to pay bills with. At least that's what happens here in ABQ. It's such a problem that USPS sends out advisory postcards a couple of times a year. During the holidays, thieves are looking for gift cards.

One possibility that has crossed my mind, is teenagers are just stealing it to be jerks.

Well, it's Alburquerque what can you expect? Anyway, those teens will live out their teen years behind bars if they continue. The Feds don't take lightly to stolen mail only erased emails from secretary of states.
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RE: What grinds your gears?
I normally run at a couple parks by me, but since we have been doing the social distancing I have run through my large residential neighborhood the past few weeks. When I run I take precautions: I wear reflective clothing, a head lamp and running against traffic.

In my neighborhood I still almost get run over. This morning I had two people drive all the way on the other side of the road- heck I had to go into the shoulder, and the card still nearly hit me. There was no other traffic, no cars parked on the side of the road, this was just people driving on the wrong side of the road.
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(03-30-2020 06:42 AM)CliftonAve Wrote:  I normally run at a couple parks by me, but since we have been doing the social distancing I have run through my large residential neighborhood the past few weeks. When I run I take precautions: I wear reflective clothing, a head lamp and running against traffic.

In my neighborhood I still almost get run over. This morning I had two people drive all the way on the other side of the road- heck I had to go into the shoulder, and the card still nearly hit me. There was no other traffic, no cars parked on the side of the road, this was just people driving on the wrong side of the road.

if there's one thing I've noticed due to covid19, is people have become more aggressive on the roads...

ya might want to drive to a park or isolated area where there are no vehicles on your path....

to be brutally honest, just b/c you think you stand out, you have zero business jogging on the road w/o the expectation of getting hit at some point...

I put ~70mi./day and I'm hauling heavy equipment.....it's guys like you that grind my fk'n gears....wtf does one do if there's oncoming traffic in a corner at 40 mph and some dickhead is running AT ME IN THE DARK....

I've run over dogs and cats due to one choice vs. the other....

don't be that dog or cat.....you'll lose that battle...
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(03-30-2020 07:24 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(03-30-2020 06:42 AM)CliftonAve Wrote:  I normally run at a couple parks by me, but since we have been doing the social distancing I have run through my large residential neighborhood the past few weeks. When I run I take precautions: I wear reflective clothing, a head lamp and running against traffic.

In my neighborhood I still almost get run over. This morning I had two people drive all the way on the other side of the road- heck I had to go into the shoulder, and the card still nearly hit me. There was no other traffic, no cars parked on the side of the road, this was just people driving on the wrong side of the road.

if there's one thing I've noticed due to covid19, is people have become more aggressive on the roads...

ya might want to drive to a park or isolated area where there are no vehicles on your path....

to be brutally honest, just b/c you think you stand out, you have zero business jogging on the road w/o the expectation of getting hit at some point...

I put ~70mi./day and I'm hauling heavy equipment.....it's guys like you that grind my fk'n gears....wtf does one do if there's oncoming traffic in a corner at 40 mph and some dickhead is running AT ME IN THE DARK....

I've run over dogs and cats due to one choice vs. the other....

don't be that dog or cat.....you'll lose that battle...

As I noted above, I was in a residential neighborhood- a subdivision. There were no trucks driving through the area at 70 mph (well, there should not be). The PSL is 25 mph. I job running against traffic, which is the rule of the road. There was barely any cars out this morning at 5am, but I did have a few cars go by me and like I said two were driving on the wrong side of the road and were so close to the curb they nearly ran into me.

When there are two cars coming down both directions I do my best to hop onto a sidewalk or in the grass if necessary. I usually avoid running on the sidewalk because a) the concrete on the sidewalk is rougher than the asphalt on the street (more wear and tear on my knees) b) sidewalks have more defects and c) sometimes people leave bicycles, toys, trash cans, other things on the side walk for me to run into.
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I don't run, I walk. And I seldom go out at night. Our neighborhood is pretty secluded--every street either loops back or dead ends, so you don't go through here on your way to anywhere else, unless perhaps your car is also a boat. With those provisos, I've never really had any problems. Folks go out of their way to avoid walkers and runners. I guess I'm just fortunate to be where I am.
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(03-30-2020 08:29 AM)Owl 69/70/75 Wrote:  I don't run, I walk. And I seldom go out at night. Our neighborhood is pretty secluded--every street either loops back or dead ends, so you don't go through here on your way to anywhere else, unless perhaps your car is also a boat. With those provisos, I've never really had any problems. Folks go out of their way to avoid walkers and runners. I guess I'm just fortunate to be where I am.

I walk briskly 2 to 2.5 miles a day and cover it 29 and 37 minutes respectively. The area is moderate in terms of population walking. Everyone has practiced the social distancing principles and only on 1 walk did anyone sneeze (pollen most likely) and that guy ran off of the path into the edge of the woods to sneeze away from people. So, so far, no complaints here.
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