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Ink StainAnyone is welcome to submit a Guest Blog Entry to torontomike.com. I received the following entry earlier today.

Hey Booner I'm gonna need your help and the help of your readers on this one.

Earlier today at about 4:45pm at a Petro Canada gas station at Islington and Dixon I was assaulted. Another driver decided to pull up behind and wait for my pump, (while others were not in use). I was on a very important telephone call. As I signalled the driver to pull up to another station, he began verbally insulting me with use of profanity. This then led to a disagreement when I got out of my car to pump gas, he then went to pay for his gas and returned. After geting into his car he threw a Tim Horton's coffee and my dashboard and then hurrily drove off. I collected his license plate and thought that the police should get involved in this matter. To my surprise after I reported the incident to the police, they asked if I was injured to which I replied "no," then if the car was damaged, again "no." Then they said well there isn't anything we can do....I couldn't believe they said that! I replied with, "so I can throw anything at anyone just as long as they are not injured or if there is no damage then they get off just like that. She then told me that I can come down and file a report, but that they are really busy and it may take up to 3 hours. What are my tax dollars paying for???

So Boon, and all of your readers, if you ever see a White Dodge Chrysler with the license plate - ALAL 560 throw something at it, because as long as there is no damage, it's okay......unbelievable!

      Mike Kic

That sucks, dude. I know that Petro Canada and I'm in that area often. If I see ALAL 560 I'll totally throw something at the guy. I won't hurt him and I won't damage his Dodge, but I will exact revenge.

Remember, revenge is a dish best served cold. Maybe I'll throw a slurpee at him.


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anonymous

A very important call on a cell phone? Was the call LIFE OR DEATH - if not it wasn't important. Dude YOU HAVE IT WRONG. IF I see someone on a cell phone driving a car it pisses me off big time. The worst thing ever invented. They cause more accidents than people realize.
I have a cell phone & use it ONLY for emergencies. Twice in the last year.
What would have you used in the late 80' - smoke signals to your caller?

June 1, 2006 @ 9:54 PM

Anonymous

He was pumping gas!! The guy could not have had a beef with Kic about dangerous driving while he was parked at the pump! Give me a break!! This coffee tossing moron better not believe in karma. The end.

June 1, 2006 @ 10:47 PM

Mike Kic

No offence anony, but you should probably read the entire blog entry before commenting.

June 2, 2006 @ 12:05 AM

Andrea

That sucks, but maybe the guy was mad because don't they tell you turn phones off at gas stations??

June 8, 2006 @ 4:11 PM

Mike Boon

Damn, that's a good point. This guy was a hero. He was trying to save people from the huge explosion that your cell phone would have caused.

We should track this guy down and thank him.

June 8, 2006 @ 5:59 PM


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