Jump to content



Photo

Car Keyed today


  • Please log in to reply
55 replies to this topic

#46 soldier1st

soldier1st

    Software Tester/Tech/Linux Lover

  • 5,297 posts
  • Joined: 21-December 03
  • Location: Guess Where
  • OS: Windows 7,Android,Linux Mint
  • Phone: HTC Incredible S

Posted 21 September 2012 - 01:09

Moral of the story: Don't take peoples parking spaces if they were waiting first, regardless of which direction they are pointing

If the person is facing the wrong way then they have no right to the spot. Keying his car shows how low that witch was and should pay the consiquences. having a kid around is no excuse. the kid would learn that no crime goes left unpunished.


#47 soldier1st

soldier1st

    Software Tester/Tech/Linux Lover

  • 5,297 posts
  • Joined: 21-December 03
  • Location: Guess Where
  • OS: Windows 7,Android,Linux Mint
  • Phone: HTC Incredible S

Posted 21 September 2012 - 01:16

The spots were angled and not perpendicular?

I'll give women more of a pass on keying stuff than guys, because it is girly. Men know that you don't **** with another man's automobile under pain of death, or castration.

I wouldn't give woman more of a pass. What she did was wrong and she knew it.

#48 OP *RedBull*

*RedBull*

    skippy de do da

  • 4,640 posts
  • Joined: 30-March 06
  • Location: Everywhere and No where
  • OS: Windows 8 professional
  • Phone: Android

Posted 22 September 2012 - 01:19

how much out of pocket and why the car rental? did she key it up that bad?

Uh no it's not, it's for the time the car will be in the shop to get repaired. I'm guessing It'l be more than a day with the parts involved. passenger side doors, front fender, bumper cover. If it's just a day, then a taxi would be fine. but given I have to rent I might go for the Lamb and have her pay for it.

Moral of the story: Don't take peoples parking spaces if they were waiting first, regardless of which direction they are pointing

uh no, moral is if you can't control yourself and are so selfish as to do the inappropriate thing, then you face the consequences. Stop blaming the victim.

This is what I first thought of parking spaces being stolen: (Warning: NSFW, strong language)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izdWZfdYXno

Where you video is interesting. The incident wasn't like that with the parking. I would never do that. Obama needs to go to jail.

So sorry that had to happen, but at the same time, I'm glad you had people who were willing to come forward as witnesses. As far as the lady is concerned, it'll come back around to get her, because what goes around comes around. Nobody deserves anything like that, I mean after all, it's just a parking spot, nothing that was life or death, you know? Hope the hammer of justice comes down hard on her, but most importantly, she should've learned a lesson: even when you don't think anyone's looking, most of the time, there's always someone watching!. (Y)

Thankfully Yes.

Look if she is paying rent or a pass on that particular parking spot then I see her heightened frustration, however this is totally and completely not the case so she has no right to even get mad at someone else ever....


Yes there was no call for her being so angry over a freaking stall she shouldn't be parking in anyway. I wasn't about to attempt what she was looking to do at the risk of damaging my car in a crowed parking lot. Did I mention that? The parking lot was crowed.

#49 remixedcat

remixedcat

    meow!

  • 10,072 posts
  • Joined: 28-December 10
  • Location: Vmware ESXi and Hyper-V happy clouds
  • OS: Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Phone: I use telepathy and cat meows to communicate

Posted 22 September 2012 - 05:24

If the person is facing the wrong way then they have no right to the spot. Keying his car shows how low that witch was and should pay the consiquences. having a kid around is no excuse. the kid would learn that no crime goes left unpunished.


I think they need to be harsher on parents, actually becuase it would be contributing to the delinquency of a minor and it would be setting a bad example if the mother were to get away with it.... the kid would learn that it's ok to key people's cars.... and more crap like this would happen.

#50 Detection

Detection

    Detecting stuff...

  • 8,369 posts
  • Joined: 30-October 10
  • Location: UK
  • OS: 7 SP1 x64

Posted 22 September 2012 - 14:44

uh no, moral is if you can't control yourself and are so selfish as to do the inappropriate thing, then you face the consequences. Stop blaming the victim.


You're not a victim, attention seeker sounds more fitting, you're lucky your car was the only thing to get damaged, if that had been a guy who's space you took I think things would have been pretty different

Selfish? You took her space. How much more selfish can you get ?

#51 OP *RedBull*

*RedBull*

    skippy de do da

  • 4,640 posts
  • Joined: 30-March 06
  • Location: Everywhere and No where
  • OS: Windows 8 professional
  • Phone: Android

Posted 22 September 2012 - 20:41

It wasn't her space. Her space was four spaces up from her. That's where she should have been trying to park. Regardless she had no right to do criminal property damage. It was my car, therefore I am the victim. Talk to a police officer or. Lawyer if you still dissagree. Better yet go key someone's car over a parking space, an see who the victim is then. When you're arrested/ in court an sentenced you'll hopefully will know then.

#52 SledgeNZ

SledgeNZ

    Neowinian

  • 117 posts
  • Joined: 18-June 12

Posted 22 September 2012 - 23:09

It wasn't her space. Her space was four spaces up from her. That's where she should have been trying to park. Regardless she had no right to do criminal property damage. It was my car, therefore I am the victim. Talk to a police officer or. Lawyer if you still dissagree. Better yet go key someone's car over a parking space, an see who the victim is then. When you're arrested/ in court an sentenced you'll hopefully will know then.


It was a space she was waiting for which you took. Regardless of whether you perceived yourself to be in the right you stoked a situation that need not happen if you had just said to yourself 'You know what, she was waiting, why don't I just move up a few spaces and leave her to it?'.

Instead you aggravated a situation that could have been avoided. Her response wasn't acceptable (No argument there whatsoever) but you need to step back and look at how you might have averted this from happening.

#53 OP *RedBull*

*RedBull*

    skippy de do da

  • 4,640 posts
  • Joined: 30-March 06
  • Location: Everywhere and No where
  • OS: Windows 8 professional
  • Phone: Android

Posted 23 September 2012 - 00:39

It was a space she was waiting for which you took. Regardless of whether you perceived yourself to be in the right you stoked a situation that need not happen if you had just said to yourself 'You know what, she was waiting, why don't I just move up a few spaces and leave her to it?'.

Instead you aggravated a situation that could have been avoided. Her response wasn't acceptable (No argument there whatsoever) but you need to step back and look at how you might have averted this from happening.

Granted that would be so if the stalls were not angled. Making an awkward turn into a space crossing a lane should only be done if no other cars are around. As it were it made a hell of lit more sense to stay on her side. Everyone who witnessed said that the woman was wrong trying to park like she wanted. Precisely why I didn't take the stall closer on the opposite side. I didn't want to risk damaging my car and somebody else's. Hopefully you understand. Otherwise go key a car, just not mine.

#54 Gabe3

Gabe3

    If you lack enemies, you are not doing something worthwhile

  • 1,436 posts
  • Joined: 19-October 05
  • Location: Florida

Posted 23 September 2012 - 02:37

I woulda let that chick goto jail. whoever the kid would have to stay with has to be a better person than the mom. you would be doing that kid a favor.

#55 OP *RedBull*

*RedBull*

    skippy de do da

  • 4,640 posts
  • Joined: 30-March 06
  • Location: Everywhere and No where
  • OS: Windows 8 professional
  • Phone: Android

Posted 23 September 2012 - 15:22

I woulda let that chick goto jail. whoever the kid would have to stay with has to be a better person than the mom. you would be doing that kid a favor.

well even my insurance company said I did the right thing. Putting her kid through that showed I had more concern for her own kid than she did. But I still feel ass should've went to jail.

#56 JJ_

JJ_

    Neowinian

  • 719 posts
  • Joined: 31-July 05

Posted 24 September 2012 - 01:52

Sorry I couldn't bother reading through the 4 pages but I would milk this bitch dry.