Road rage ends in stabbing, death

Road rage ends in stabbing, death

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    This is just terrible. It is awful that someone could get so mad while driving that they could take someone's life over the simplest of things. This is just sad and becoming very common.

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    Sad to say the least, BUT,,,

    We don't know all the facts yet.

    The other driver MAY have been the agressor, and this guy might have been defending himself.

    Could have read the same as if it were a firearm.

    Either way, Its definitely better to walk away, but in these tepid times,,,,,,,,,, tempers flare easily.
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    Remember the old Goofy cartoon where he get behind the wheel? Oh, I'm showing my age again. This is apparently what happens to some people.
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    As soon as I saw the word "stabbing", I had a feeling that this took place in a disarmed zone.

    Just further evidence. Take away guns, and BGs will find another way to kill. A gun is a tool, nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Remember the old Goofy cartoon where he get behind the wheel? Oh, I'm showing my age again. This is apparently what happens to some people.
    Giving away my age also but here it is. YouTube - Goofy road rage Seems like there are more and more people like this now.
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    Ugh. Road rage. Don't get me started! I always wonder when I hear of road rage situations WHO made the initial "mistake" or whatnot to spark the incident.

    I will never, ever forget watching helplessly as my friends car almost got slammed by a Chevy dually when the guy suddenly jumped into the exit ramp, I had to slam on the brakes not to hit him (truck was so big.) and then when we got in the highway we merged on, he got next to my buddy and tried to run him off the road, yelling and shaking his fist, honking and flipping him off. This guy was 100% in the wrong by almost hitting TWO cars, then raged out on the guy he almost hit!?!?! Crazy. How dare my buddy get into the exit appropriately and "be in his way" when he forgot to change lanes in time!? (We had three cars following each other to an out of town event. I was the second or "middle" car. )


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    I had no idea Chevrolet was such a hit there both of them were driving one.............

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    Yep, two guys played the road rage game and both lost.

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    There is never a winner in this type of thing, just a lot of unknown loosers in their respective family members. It's a shame for all concerned.
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