I like it. I think someone should do some research about the legalities of this lol cuz there will obviously be people getting butt hurt about having their idiocies posted on a public forum and start ranting about how it's "illegal". I say just post descriptions of the cars. Oh and the best way to not get your ish put on blast don't do anything stupid. I know it's crazy how easy that is right.
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Even if the car is on private property, such as the owner's driveway, you can take a picture of it from the street and post it online.
to this thread!
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Great thread and idea. 100% supportive.
I don't get where there are legal issues with posting a picture of the car and plate number. In NYS the license plate belongs to New York. You pay to use it, and must return it.
And since when did freedom of press become illegal when its not endangering the welfare of another?
Either way, hope this keeps the clowns from doing these stunts during meets.
We had these problems at our queens meet hosted by Dubs of Queens
Over the years. Always one jerkoff that wants to hit that parking lot boost
And be that real cool guy. We try to talk to them and if they keep it up we
Do what we have to do to make sure it stops.
Dubs of Queens!
i respect this thread alot i just recently started a car club we are called eurobroke we will be hosting weekly meets starting very soon i hope every will be attending that can make it as for these a**h***s that this thread is about if your gonna continue acting in this way your not welcome
This.. There have been many GTG's that have been run for years without the need for anything like this.
Deal with isolated incidents accordingly and organized GTG's will continue to happen. Tools that do this kind of stuff feed off of attention good or bad.. Give them the , ignore or if needed make a call continue on.
I get what you are after, just not the best way imo.
I honestly think we shouldn't put ALL the blame on those people who do dumb stuff. You also have to look at 100+ people that start yelling, taking pictures/videos and blocking traffic. That gives the "jackass" the reason to do it more.
Great point, like the guys at EuroFest who blocked off Route 23 traffic.
So, these "offenders" show up to one of your meets. What are you going to do? Call the cops? If they decide to attend and not do anything, there is noting a police office can do.
Instead of making a thread, call them out in person or punch to the face IRL. Crying on the internet/ showing your concern for safety is not going to stop them from coming. Just my opinion.
Angry mob or a gang beating might scare them off. Fire up the torches!!
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Let me point out the direction of this thread, again this is to keep other event, club or meet organizers aware of cars to watch out for.
Thank you all for coming out last night!