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Flame Of The Week – RushHour

By 12 December 2010 61

I’ve got a lot of time for the RushHour kids. Most of them are OK, and the value of their charity cruises is often over looked.

But when it comes to their public advocacy, well they’re right up there with small business owners.

And so in a recent discussion on the impounding of a purple Commodore we got this gem (stars mine):

IBO
(Newbie)
21:09, 12 Dec 10

All you faggot old c*** on here should stop bitching about this and every other little thing that happens in canberra and get a f***ing life! I support rushhour because when you use LOGICAL thinking its the right thing to do. They go out in the middle of nowhere and every person that attends knows the risk involved! Get the f*** over youselves and grow up, so what someone did a burnout at a formal, I can almost guarentee that every person here has sone something stupid in their life. God forbid any of you lonely people ever did anything wrong and it made the local news, I’d be straight on here to give you shit and abuse you because of it just so you know how it feels. I’m going to end my rant on a high note, F*** ALL OF YOU!

Thank you for reading this and i hope to abuse you more in the future, FAGGOTS

Really winning the audience over there IBO. You are the Flame Of The Week.

BTW RushHour kids, something to think about, every time you go out to the middle of nowhere and get busted by the cops, well one of your own probably tipped them off.

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61 Responses to Flame Of The Week – RushHour
#1
troll-sniffer12:00 am, 13 Dec 10

Laugh, I nearly shat
Over this pathetic little rant
So, little boys with little dicks
Exfoliating rubber, such skill to behold
Replacement for real skills I would guess
Such an angry little weed

One wonders if said little weed would understand it if I pointed to the first letter of each line and said “Make of that what you will”.

#2
breda1:18 am, 13 Dec 10

Cripes.

Imagine if he’d ended his rant on a LOW note!

All that incoherent rage behind the wheel of a car is pretty scary. This guy went straight from throwing all the toys out of his pram to road rage. I dread to think what he’ll be like when he reaches the Terrible Twos.

#3
M0les1:22 am, 13 Dec 10

Prose worthy of Byron indeed! Not sure if likening the audience to a bundle of sticks is working for me though.

BTW, what is “RushHour” in this context?

#4
BenMac7:00 am, 13 Dec 10

They go out in the middle of nowhere and every person that attends knows the risk involved!

If only that’s where it ended. But there are too many of the RushHour participants who can’t get enough, and bring street racing onto a street that is not in the midlle of nowhere.

Everyone thinks they’re invincible, until they’re the ones dying in the street, and most likely taking someone else’s life with them.

#5
georgesgenitals7:19 am, 13 Dec 10

Pure gold!

#6
shadow boxer8:01 am, 13 Dec 10

“I can almost guarentee that every person here has sone something stupid in their life.”

So you admit it was stupid then go on to defend it, go figure..

#7
JessP8:47 am, 13 Dec 10

Look you little f*&%w&%s, hate to tell you but we couldnt give a f%$# what you little t*&^% think!

We all did our stupid foolish things without the benefit of a phone with camera/video or having them posted on the internet. We did them knowing the law wasnt going to catch us after the fact and our parents and friends would not find out unless we chose to tell them (well the friends anyway). We did them knowing we were so much wiser, smart, more together than our parents, bosses and other grown ups.

Well congratulation losers. Lets talk in 20 years time.

#8
djk9:08 am, 13 Dec 10

M0les said :

BTW, what is “RushHour” in this context?

The name of a modified car club that organises cruises, etc.

#9
AngryHenry9:11 am, 13 Dec 10

The Fast and the Furious.

Are they the same faggots that got caught under the bridge in Qwangers during the flood?

#10
Muttsybignuts9:24 am, 13 Dec 10

So small dick posts on here and does exactly what he is ranting and raving about. Grow up you big sook.

#11
arescarti429:29 am, 13 Dec 10

ha ha, I love reading flame of the week posts, although it doesn’t do much for my faith in humanity.

#12
georgesgenitals10:02 am, 13 Dec 10

This car club is a disease on society. They should be called ThrushHour.

#13
p110:18 am, 13 Dec 10

M0les said :

BTW, what is “RushHour” in this context?

Jackie Chan move appreciation society.

#14
facet11:46 am, 13 Dec 10

It’s true then, bogans do use profanity as a kind of punctuation.

#15
EvanJames12:02 pm, 13 Dec 10

You could play Bogan Bingo with that one.

1. Bogan is upset about its fun being thwarted.
2. Bogan uses phrase “get a life” to remonstrate with said thwarters (or those percieved to be thwarting, even if they had nothing to do with it).
3. Bogan uses so many swear words that deciphering the actual sentence is rendered quite difficult.
4. Result being that the reader registers that a bogan is unhappy, but not much more than that.
5. Conclusion: bogan fails, once again, to communicate effectively.

#16
Pommy bastard12:29 pm, 13 Dec 10

Don’t worry one day he’ll find a bogan of the feminine persuasion who will, for the first time in his life, play “hide the sausage” with him.

Then suddenly burning the tires off his bogan mobile will not seem such a manful heroic feat after all.

#17
D212:54 pm, 13 Dec 10

EvanJames said :

You could play Bogan Bingo with that one.

1. Bogan is upset about its fun being thwarted.
2. Bogan uses phrase “get a life” to remonstrate with said thwarters (or those percieved to be thwarting, even if they had nothing to do with it).
3. Bogan uses so many swear words that deciphering the actual sentence is rendered quite difficult.
4. Result being that the reader registers that a bogan is unhappy, but not much more than that.
5. Conclusion: bogan fails, once again, to communicate effectively.

6 Bogan demonstrates pre-primary school grasp of English.

#18
style_maniac2:31 pm, 13 Dec 10

BenMac said :

They go out in the middle of nowhere and every person that attends knows the risk involved!

If only that’s where it ended. But there are too many of the RushHour participants who can’t get enough, and bring street racing onto a street that is not in the midlle of nowhere.

Everyone thinks they’re invincible, until they’re the ones dying in the street, and most likely taking someone else’s life with them.

Street racing WTF where do u get such information…?

#19
Rawhide Kid Part32:56 pm, 13 Dec 10

I’m at a loss … Whats he talking about? food?? I thought Faggot was old fashon meat balls made from offal.

#20
Jivrashia4:05 pm, 13 Dec 10

Rawhide Kid Part3 said :

Whats he talking about?

Nothing important or relevant.

If he was in a spitting distance he would… well… spit at us rather than giving his intellect, or lack of, a burnout.

#21
Joe Canberran4:17 pm, 13 Dec 10

Rawhide Kid Part3 said :

I’m at a loss … Whats he talking about? food?? I thought Faggot was old fashon meat balls made from offal.

Actually….

fag·ot? ?/?fæg?t/
[fag-uht]

–noun
1. a bundle of sticks, twigs, or branches bound together and used as fuel, a fascine, a torch, etc.
2. a bundle; bunch.
3. a bundle of pieces of iron or steel to be welded, hammered, or rolled together at high temperature.
4. bouquet garni.
–verb (used with object)
5. to bind or make into a fagot.
6. to ornament with fagoting.

#22
troll-sniffer4:19 pm, 13 Dec 10

troll-sniffer said :

I’m at a loss … Whats he talking about? food?? I thought Faggot was old fashon meat balls made from offal.

World English Dictionary
faggot or esp ( US ) fagot 1 (?fæ??t)

— n
1. a bundle of sticks or twigs, esp when bound together and used as fuel
2. a bundle of iron bars, esp a box formed by four pieces of wrought iron and filled with scrap to be forged into wrought iron
3. a ball of chopped meat, usually pork liver, bound with herbs and bread and eaten fried
4. a bundle of anything

— vb
5. to collect into a bundle or bundles
6. needlework to do faggoting on (a garment, piece of cloth, etc)

[C14: from Old French, perhaps from Greek phakelos bundle]

All is revealed! These street racers, whom we thought were just turds dressed up as wankers, are actually at the very forefront of energy research, it’s so obvious why we haven’t ‘twigged’. Using bundles of sticks to fuel their drag racing activities should be applauded, not lambasted.

Assuming I’m not missing the point of the faggot reference of course

#23
vg4:27 pm, 13 Dec 10

Dear Rush Hour

If you would choose to call myself a ‘faggot’ to my face I have a range of locales and times available. Just say the word……….thought not.

Mind you, you did say you can guarentee (sic) that everyone has done something stupid in their lives. Now you posted this you are fortunate enough to have documentary evidence

#24
Apoc4:42 pm, 13 Dec 10

one individuals emotional outburst does not represent the entire view of a club/organisation/group, the community aim of RH has always been to remove the element from endangering people in public streets, if it were to stop I would say for certain the amount of activities on the streets would increase ten fold.

School formals are always full of burnouts so who really cares, i would safely say that 98% of formal burnouts are performed by non-rh participants, same as they were 10 years ago.

all the local gov needs to do is spend a few thousand dollars (which i am certain would be repayed by members of the group and enthusiasts in the community) and build a small ashphelt area suitable for this activity out near HQJOC between queenbeyan and bungendore, implement some tyre barriers, train up a few members of the group to adhere to safety guidelines.

nobody here is asking for a multi-million dollar dragway, they just want a bit of tarmac to waste some tyres, what a perfect oppurtunity for police and young car enthusiasts to engage in a respectful dialog, imagine the lives the police could save by having such a dialog with young drivers??

the demographic of RH covers all ethnic backgrounds, and mostly represented by the 18-30 age bracket, with some exceptions outside of this, ask any young person who is fresh on their P’s what they think of that type of activity and you will start to realise that this isnt just a few bogans who are into it, its a majority of the current generation of young adults, i would say it is a cultural element of our society that is here to stay, any argument against that then you are clearly not in touch with the youth of western society, it is everywhere, look at the burnout groups around the country, they are in all the big cities, i would hate to think what sort of groups would be around if RH wasnt, i doubt they would not have the same moral codes and strict member rules..

ps: I do not represent RH in the ACT, I am just giving you my 2 cents, flame away because I will not be back to read the responses =)

#25
rosscoact5:28 pm, 13 Dec 10

rosscoact said :

one individuals emotional outburst does not represent the entire view of a club/organisation/group, the community aim of RH has always been to remove the element from endangering people in public streets, if it were to stop I would say for certain the amount of activities on the streets would increase ten fold.

School formals are always full of burnouts so who really cares, i would safely say that 98% of formal burnouts are performed by non-rh participants, same as they were 10 years ago.

all the local gov needs to do is spend a few thousand dollars (which i am certain would be repayed by members of the group and enthusiasts in the community) and build a small ashphelt area suitable for this activity out near HQJOC between queenbeyan and bungendore, implement some tyre barriers, train up a few members of the group to adhere to safety guidelines.

nobody here is asking for a multi-million dollar dragway, they just want a bit of tarmac to waste some tyres, what a perfect oppurtunity for police and young car enthusiasts to engage in a respectful dialog, imagine the lives the police could save by having such a dialog with young drivers??

the demographic of RH covers all ethnic backgrounds, and mostly represented by the 18-30 age bracket, with some exceptions outside of this, ask any young person who is fresh on their P’s what they think of that type of activity and you will start to realise that this isnt just a few bogans who are into it, its a majority of the current generation of young adults, i would say it is a cultural element of our society that is here to stay, any argument against that then you are clearly not in touch with the youth of western society, it is everywhere, look at the burnout groups around the country, they are in all the big cities, i would hate to think what sort of groups would be around if RH wasnt, i doubt they would not have the same moral codes and strict member rules..

ps: I do not represent RH in the ACT, I am just giving you my 2 cents, flame away because I will not be back to read the responses =)

Apoc,

do you know if Queanbeyan or Palarang shires have been approached? Given the upcoming election I would assume that Laura Norder would be high on the one-up-manship stakes so the state govt possibly isn’t likely at the moment

#26
style_maniac5:28 pm, 13 Dec 10

APOC

Well said buddyI couldnt agree more :)

#27
Pork Hunt5:48 pm, 13 Dec 10

Why don’t they just get a blue smoke grenade and a recording of a burn out sound. Pull the pin and crank up the doof-doof machine and you’re away.

They’d save squillions on tyres and might be able to afford girlfriends.

#28
karmacarrier6:40 pm, 13 Dec 10

Apoc does a good job.
Cars and car events are a big part of Oz society.
Where are the facilities for safe and cheap outlets for these car owners?
One bogan doesn’t discount the many who enjoy using cars for more than commuting.
Maybe if Franki Valli exhausts in public and onstage Barr Barr might see an opportunity for spending our money on something that brings our community together rather than apart.

#29
JessicaNumber8:39 pm, 13 Dec 10

I’m 18-30 and had never even heard of Rush Hour before this week. And I think it sounds stupid. Why don’t you just go bash a paddock instead of getting yourselves in trouble and asking the government for free stuff?

#30
peterepete9:06 pm, 13 Dec 10

I struggle to believe all this is genuine discussion. it cant be real. it cant be real

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