I read the second version 3 or 4 times and it is starting to make sense. Let me get this straight...
You and your friend try to beat the red light to turn left at the same time as another car from another direction. You slam on your brakes to avoid hitting this other car. Your friend in the honda is too close and hits you. So what we have are three vehicles that shouldn't have been in the intersection to begin with all acting like they got their license from a cracker-jack box. So, after your friend who was following too closely hits you, you both decide to engage the third car in a pursuit even though he wasn't physically involved in the accident at all. Then you call the police and proceed to get out and confront this "big black guy" on your own anyway after chasing him down. When you become impatient because, heaven forbid, the police sometimes have more important things to deal with than one stupid fender bender and didn't drop everything to respond to your accident, you leave the scene and go on your merry way. It was important enough for you to chase him, but not important enough to wait for the police?? And after all this, you are surprised that the police acted upon this in the way they did?
I think I get it now.
Last edited by FireRanger; 01-03-2005 at 01:15 AM.