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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    Some states here don't require front license plates.
    Or we just live in states that don't have front license plates.
    But people still do it in those that do, like WA.

    RCW 46.16.240.

    The vehicle license number plates shall be attached conspicuously at the front and rear of each vehicle for which the same are issued and in such a manner that they can be plainly seen and read at all times ...

    Don't they.
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    Spoiled kids . To the 10th power if you are next to them on an airplane. The kids in my town need a ride to the BUS STOP ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski to Be View Post
    Spoiled kids . To the 10th power if you are next to them on an airplane.
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    I just had to look up what 26.2 actually was. Fuck running.
    No longer stuck.

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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    On the license plate theme, how about people who insist on leaving the European plate on underneath their state issued one(s)? Wow, you bought your car in Europe, I'm so fucking impressed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    On the license plate theme, how about people who insist on leaving the European plate on underneath their state issued one(s)? Wow, you bought your car in Europe, I'm so fucking impressed!
    I would love to see one of those on an F250.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WWCD View Post
    I would love to see one of those on an F250.
    With the mexican plate underneath ?????
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    People driving under the speed limit with a line of 5 or more cars behind them but don't ever think to pull over to let everyone pass.

    People at stop lights in heavy traffic that leave 20 or more feet in between them and the car in front of them.

    Any marketing slogan of small businesses that rip off the most cliche thing ever......got milk? How about got cliche?

    Arrogance

    Monster trucks with tap out stickers and a dangling hitch post nut sack.

    Blind greed

    Million dollar McMansions that are lived in very part time by a couple or small family.

    6 dollar coffee drinks

    Small town police that have never been humbled by real crime

    pop country music

    metrosexuals

    having a jobless trust funder talk shit to me about me needing to use an alarm clock to get up for work

    Peeing in an empty restroom at the far end of 10 empty urinals and some weirdo walks in to the urinal beside you to pee and starts a conversation

    Car salesmen

    Guys that wear an excessive amount of gold jewelry and cologne, they are often used car salesmen

    Entitled religious folks

    Just a few for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest_Hemingway View Post
    People who confuse cowardice with fear. Cowardice should be reserved for labelling something a man displays. What passes through his mind is his own affair.

    I also am annoyed by everyone at the Closerie de Lilas incessantly nitpicking about Germans. "Germans cannot properly appreciate a sunset" or "Germans are terrible tippers." It can go on for hours.

    The German race has plenty of character flaws without having to imagine any additional ones.
    I was once told that German girls love anal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    The Stick figure family rear window stickers.
    I saw a one of these stickers the other day but instead of a stick figure family, it was a stick figure man and woman, no kids, and huge pile of money. I saw this one too:


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    People who think that I want to hold their kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    People who think that I want to hold their kids.
    Haha. This. I always politely refuse. Just tell them I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    People who think that I want to hold their kids.
    We'd get along. Might have found a local VFR, btw.

    How about people that think everyone's lives evolve around their children, or people that always use their children as an excuse? "No, we can't... we would need to find a babysitter... oh, our kids LOVE going to Ruth Chris, we'll see you there... can Timmy have your french fries, he doesn't like his..."

    If it has to do with your kids, it's going to annoy me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guroo270 View Post
    How about people that think everyone's lives evolve around their children, or people that always use their children as an excuse? "No, we can't... we would need to find a babysitter... oh, our kids LOVE going to Ruth Chris, we'll see you there... can Timmy have your french fries, he doesn't like his..."
    It seems like back in the good old days it was assumed kids were not invited unless explicitly stated. Now most people think it's OK to take their kids everywhere. Not a good trend, IMO.

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    Word. As a huge proponent of good food and restaurants, this annoys me to no end. There also seems to be a trend of people that take their kids to a restaurant so they don't have to clean up after their kids. I'm appalled at some of the messes that get left behind for a waitress and bus boy to deal with.
    "One season per year, the gods open the skies, and releases a white, fluffy, pillow on top of the most forbidding mountain landscapes, allowing people to travel over them with ease and relative abandonment of concern for safety. It's incredible."

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    Ahah nice one

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    I guess I'm irritable this morning.

    Credit card commercials where they swipe the card right side up. I've swiped a credit card tons of times. I know where the magnetic strip is.
    "One season per year, the gods open the skies, and releases a white, fluffy, pillow on top of the most forbidding mountain landscapes, allowing people to travel over them with ease and relative abandonment of concern for safety. It's incredible."

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    So are we now just at First World Problems 3.0?
    No longer stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    EDITED: ALL other drivers.
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    "Bums" who pretend to be homeless, but actually make more money than we do.

    Remember that recent viral photo and feel-good story about the NYC cop who bought the shoeless "homeless" man a pair of new shoes on that cold winter's eve? Yeah. Ends up that he has an apartment, gets all his utilities paid for, has about 30 pairs of shoes, and makes up to a thousand bucks a day playing his begging game. That's messed up.
    http://now.msn.com/jeffrey-hillman-h...-of-shoes-cash


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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    "Bums" who pretend to be homeless, but actually make more money than we do.

    Remember that recent viral photo and feel-good story about the NYC cop who bought the shoeless "homeless" man a pair of new shoes on that cold winter's eve? Yeah. Ends up that he has an apartment, gets all his utilities paid for, has about 30 pairs of shoes, and makes up to a thousand bucks a day playing his begging game. That's messed up.
    http://now.msn.com/jeffrey-hillman-h...-of-shoes-cash

    Happens all the time. A lot of "gutter punks" living with mommy and daddy in nice homes and panhandle on the street to "buck conformity." I always laugh at those kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    "Bums" who pretend to be homeless, but actually make more money than we do.

    Remember that recent viral photo and feel-good story about the NYC cop who bought the shoeless "homeless" man a pair of new shoes on that cold winter's eve? Yeah. Ends up that he has an apartment, gets all his utilities paid for, has about 30 pairs of shoes, and makes up to a thousand bucks a day playing his begging game. That's messed up.
    http://now.msn.com/jeffrey-hillman-h...-of-shoes-cash
    If he makes that kind of cash, why does the good Rev. Graf pay his utility bills?

    I wonder how long that guy's been at it? Last time I was in NYC was around '96 and I remember seeing a guy who could be a younger version of the guy in that pic begging in Times Square wearing nothing but a black garbage bag. I was shocked at first, then I saw a duffle bag full of clothes in an alley just around a corner from where he was "performing."
    ...Some will fall in love with life and drink it from a fountain that is pouring like an avalanche coming down the mountain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    Ends up that he has an apartment, gets all his utilities paid for, has about 30 pairs of shoes, and makes up to a thousand bucks a day playing his begging game. That's messed up
    Consider him a busker whose 'act' is looking disheveled and probably mentally ill.

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    People who get all pissy when you make an offer below their asking price on something they have listed on craigslist

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    There are only two things I can't stand in this world:

    People who are intolerant of other peoples' cultures.....

    .....and the dutch.
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