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What is the most bizarre case of road rage you've ever experienced?

I worked 170 miles away from home for 18 months in 1997 - 1998. I used to head down the M6 / M5 on a Monday morning, leaving home around 5:15 to get to Bristol by 8:00. One week, I was heading to work and there was a section of roadworks on the M5. There were speed cameras in that section and the max speed in that area was 50mph. This was pre-cruise control days so I had to rely on my speedometer.The motorway was down to two lanes and I came up to a car that must have been doing 48-49mph. No problem, I’ll just sit alongside him for as long as it takes to get past. Some idiot in a big 4x4 decides that he’s gonna hurtle through the roadworks at whatever speed he likes and gets right up my arse end.No way mate. You’re staying behind me. He drops back enough so that I could see him flashing his headlights at me to move over. Nope, still not gonna do that either. The end of the roadworks came and the speed limit increased back to the normal 70mph. I dropped a couple of gears and accelerated away.Matey boy in his 3.0 Mitsubishi decides it’s time to get his own back on little old me in my 1.8 Renault. He keeps flashing me and motions to the hard shoulder meaning I should pull over. I decided it was time to play the game his way. Or so he’d think.Junction 10 southbound is an exit-only junction. You can’t get to the roundabout or lights at the end of the junction and cross over to return to the motorway. I decided to pull onto the hard shoulder just at the start of the junction. I locked all my doors (naturally) and he got out of his vehicle and headed towards me.As he got level with the rear passenger door of my car, I dropped the clutch, and wheelspun away from him, probably leaving a few black marks on the road. I looked in the rear view mirror and saw this bloke clearly pissed off that he was standing on the side of the motorway looking like a complete prick.I remember the registration of his vehicle to this day. So, if the owner of J88 LEE just happens to read this post: you tried to fuck with a fucker Lee. But you came off second best.

Which on is the best headphone among JBL J88, JBL T300A and JBL T250SI?

None. They all are either mediocre or bad. The best are the JBL J88. Get some AKG 701s, 702s, Beyer 880s, or Sennheiser 650s instead.If price is really no object, HiFiMan 400I or HiFiMan 400s.All of these headphones are light-years, and I mean light-years, above the JBLs. They make good loudspeakers but poor headphones.If price is really no object get some Audezextra headphones. Just type in Audeze headphones. You might be able to find them at Amazon, but I'm not positive. Probably the second cheapest is the model to go with.

I was outside playing with my daughter on my own property, when out of nowhere, a dog being walked by his owner, with no leash, bit my daughter. Can I sue?

Yes you have every right to sue,in accordance with municipal bylaws its illegal to have any animal in a public area without a leash or any suitable form of restraint.The animal came to you in your own property and attacked your child,I would also suggest you get the SPCA involved to lay charges against the owner and go to the police station and get a j88 form and get it filled in by a medical doctor to submit as proof of injuries sustained.

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