[200q20v] Re: [audi20v] RE: CQ in NH ??

Peter Schulz peschulz at cisco.com
Mon Dec 11 09:39:24 EST 2000

At 08:31 AM 12/11/00 -0500, Bonnie Royal wrote:

>Sounds like maybe Peter Schulz was visiting Home Depot in Nashua again?
>Bonnie I. Royal (formerly Irwin)
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Tony Bocchichio [mailto:absolutcq20v at hotmail.com]
>Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2000 11:36 PM
>To: Audi 20V
>Subject: [audi20v] CQ in NH ??
>I was driving with a buddy of mine today on Rt.28 near Nashua and saw a
>silver CQ heading the other way...I almost shat myself...!!
>My buddy says "Hey, its your car !!" I looked up and saw it fly by...just
>wondering if your here..;) :D


I resemble that remark....I was at Toys 'R Us and Home Depot Saturday night 
in Nashua.

Although I tend to use the 1991 200 TQW Hoppen stage 1 mit roof racks for 
those high speed runs...

Speaking of which  - experienced SUV road rage first hand Saturday morning 
after having picked up a Christmas Tree and lashing it to the roof of the 
TQW. I was returning home and trying to merge onto an on ramp.  Since I had 
the yield sign and the traffic on the main on ramp was heavy, I had to stop 
and wait for an opening.

This didn't sit well with new Mitsu montero sport(Mass hole plates (tm)) 
driver behind me, who evidently felt the need to exercise his 
horn.  Excessively.

So, when traffic opened up, I slowly (now I'm irritated) merged onto the on 
ramp...He quickly swerved and tried to cut me off from the right 
side.  Since I had the right of way at this point, and the ramp fork was 
rapidly approaching, I punched it...This REALLY irritated him because he 
almost didn't make the turn, and would have then been traveling north 
instead of south.

At his point, my fatherhood conscious takes hold (baby seat in the back, 
but son at home with mom) and I return to mild mannered role and get onto 
Rt3 South and mind my own business.  Evidently, he isn't done yet and ends 
up passing me on the right at about 80 mph, by cutting me off.

I decided at this point that this retiree is whacked, write down his plate 
number, and back waaaay off.

If anyone is interested in his plate number, I'll email offline...

Besides swallowing my pride, is there any recourse that I could pursue 
against this "driver", other than hoping that his driving style and high 
center of gravity don't end up injuring anyone other than himself?

Peter Schulz
1990 CQ
1991 200 20v TQW
Chelmsford, MA USA
peschulz at cisco.com

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