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The smaller, more intimate meets are better. This is how I learned that El Bastardo has a thing for gingers and his favourite colour is pastel green. The Stock and Noob meets got too big so I jumped ship.
"I went to that meet before it was cool"
*Fuck, beaten to the punch by grid.
Thursday meets used to only be the actual people attending Thursday meets (~10 people?). Bcbimmers then had their meets there too, and slowly a few people from revscene came in. Then everyone decided to move their meets over to the same spot and it just grew from there as there were 20+ cars every single time from the 2 meets. Now I don't even always see the original bcbimmer crowd there anymore lol.
Something can be done, probably not the best way but if people would stop laughing at the ricers (strangely enough when people laugh the ricers don't actually know that the people are laughing at them), actually call them out for it. There are always a few people joking around saying something along the lines of "cool burnout bro" but the ricers are too retarded to understand the sarcasm. If more people would tell them to fuck off and stop being a fucking ricer with their shit box and no one cares how much smoke/noise they would make, just maybe they would eventually get the point and leave.
I don't know, I'm personally not too fond of anyone revving. Having a bunch of modded cars roll in and out of one spot already draws enough attention without the extra noise. If it was at Adesa like the summer meets where it's more isolated from the public then it seems like it's a bit more acceptable. Personal opinion though of course.
Well at least he provided entertainment for the evening. Even if the cops are going to be "lying in wait" for the next little bit it shouldn't be too big of an issue for most of "us" as we are responsbile car enthusiasts. Although, I do understand the hypocrisy of my statement as I may or may not have done ONE single donut in my old Volvo a few years back at a meet there...
Just wanna be clear guys, despite the one guy who made the wrong choice, these meets will continue to be held and as always, please keep the garbage in garbage bins, don't act like idiots but I know RS'ers know how to represent the local car scene, so the points are for the lurkers.
1. If you really want to meet up with other true car enthusiasts, I would recommend choosing another spot. this one was great, central and has a lot of shops, but has grown too heat score to truly enjoy yourselves. unless u pull up stock.
2. The general public will lump all you "good" folks with the douchebags. They just will. human nature.
3. Most of the douchebags at the meets are not here on RS. They are too busy in real life being rebels. Even if you talk sense to them (I have did this once) and or yell at them.. it doesn't work. They just crave the attention
4. don't let this incident bring the car culture community down. There are way more sensible, good car enthusiasts than your typical fast and furious wanna be drifters