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    Good shooting Bad driving

    I ran across this thought this was funny. Good Shot Bad Driver

    Recent Road Rage incidents: A woman pulled into the construction lane on I-15 in Salt Lake City, Utah in order to pass a 25-year-old male motorist who was apparently driving slowly because of the road construction. As she pulled alongside, the angry woman rolled down her window and screamed at the man. The man flipped the woman his middle finger. Then she pulled out a pistol and shot off the top of his middle finger and she sped off. But apparently she was too busy looking in the rear view mirror and crashed head-on into a concrete barricade that stood in the lane that she had pulled over into. A .357 caliber revolver was recovered from her car, the gun still warm.

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    I'm assuming she got what she deserved?

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    That's two charges...
    Attempted murder? & Stupidity...
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    Good thing he didn't stick his tongue out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    Good thing he didn't stick his tongue out.
    Or any other part of his body

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    I just hope she didn't have a CCW permit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    That's two charges...
    Attempted murder? & Stupidity...
    And poor shooting

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    Shot his finger off? Man that guy is lucky. I think it might have been a good idea to hit the brakes when the gun came out....then again, if he had slowed down she might have also, and never hit the concrete wall....

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