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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?
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I did once. Hit this guys car in this churches parking lot. Luckily I got away with it.
#5
Nope, I'd leave an absolutely stinking letter and demand an apology for leaving their car in my way
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hah this thread

my friend got in trouble yestarday i guess some guys mirror was knocked off already and he kinda bumped it and just kept going and the cops showed up at his house that night

i guess it was worse that his license is suspended already
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#7
I'd leave a note but not say who I am or how to contact me. Their insurance will cover it so whatever.
#8
Well, a few months ago, I scraped my car along another guy's bumper in a parking lot. After freaking out, I got out to check out the damage. He had nothing, and I had a huge scrape, so if you count that as a hit and run, then yes. But I wouldn't cause huge amounts of damage without alerting the owner of the other vehicle.
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I did once. Hit this guys car in this churches parking lot. Luckily I got away with it.




I would actually try to find the owner of the car. I mean, I wouldn't want someone doing a hit and run on me.
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Christians don't have character. I wouldn't dare park my car in a church parking lot, because I know those happy-go-lucky ****s are just itching to anonymously beat something up.

And no I wouldn't hit-and-run. I do however, drive through piles of leaves in the street. If I ever felt a bump and heard a cry, I would just pretend like nothing happened and not read the paper for a few weeks.
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Christians don't have character. I wouldn't dare park my car in a church parking lot, because I know those happy-go-lucky ****s are just itching to anonymously beat something up.

And no I wouldn't hit-and-run. I do however, drive through piles of leaves in the street. If I ever felt a bump and heard a cry, I would just pretend like nothing happened and not read the paper for a few weeks.

Lmao, troll.


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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?



Come on, this act of a Christian has offended your view of how one should act? Have you skipped history entirely?
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#15
It depends on how badly I damaged the car really.
If it's minor..like a scratch or something..then I wouldn't leave a note.
But if I ripped off the bumper or dented the piss out of it, then yeah I'd def. leave a note.

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yeah, that's believable
just cause someone is " christian" does not necessarily mean they are honest
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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?


Firstly, Why?


Secondly, no I wouldn't, the least I would do is leave my contact card there.
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#18
Yeah i'd do a hit and run if i thought i could get away with it. The damage has been done i mean i don't wanna stick around to ruin their day more by hanging around or leaving a note or anything and annoying them. If i smash somebodys car up by mistake i think the only decent thing to do is to drive away quickly before anything else happens.

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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?




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yeah, that's believable
just cause someone is " christian" does not necessarily mean they are honest

if they are active church attending ones you'd probably assume they were.
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after you've seen "The Machinist", you will NEVER even consider a hit and run
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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?


Christians have just as much or little character as anyone else.
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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?

I disagree.
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#26
I kinda did once. I was parked in a legitimate bay at uni, and someone who turned up too late for a space just ditched their car across the front of mine and a few other peoples, so we couldn't get out. Except I was on the end, so could just about squeeze out, and did so. It kinda ruined their bumper a bit, but hell, they deserved it.
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Would you ever do a hit and run? I ask this because my dad parked his car in the parking lot of his church and when it was over his entire front bumper was off. no note, no nothing. i would think christians would have a bit more character than that. so the question is, would you hit a car and leave with no note or anything?




How naive.

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if they are active church attending ones you'd probably assume they were.


No. I don't trust people who do fucked up stuff so often that they feel they need to go to someone's house once a week to apologize.
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