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cv-961 Hawaii
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
HI CV-961
silver MERCEDES BENZ  S550
Honolulu, Hawaii


Dipstick was coming out of Hahaione Valley on Pepeekeo, intending to turn right on to Hawaii Kai Drive heading makai. Most Hawaiian drivers wait until they can see the whites of your eyes before they pull out right in front of you, forcing you to slow down. This guy was different though. He waited not only til he could see the whites of my eyes, but he also waited long enough to confirm my eye color, as if the close eye contact would somehow allow me to read his mind and know that he was about to cut me off big time. Sure enough, he pulled out, forcing me to brake hard to avoid driving my car up his tailpipe. Even my Mom said "what a moron." What kills me is that he could have waited five more seconds and pulled out on to an empty road because no one was behind me. Nice car dipstick. Too bad you don't know how to drive it. Try doing that sometime when you go to the mainland and you'll end up getting killed because the speeds involved are much higher and people won't be able to avoid your sorry ass, regardless of how much eye contact you make.


Posted by fribley on Saturday, June 23, 2012

Oh, so if someone pulls out in front of you, you're just going to instantly whip into the other lane? What if someone else is already occupying that space? Oh wait, you're the mercedes driver aren't you?

Posted by randymarsh on Thursday, April 19, 2012

considering Hawaii Kai Drive is two lanes wide there, why didn't you just get into the left travel lane and avoid him?

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