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I may have suggested that if we rid the roads of such ignorance and ineptitude then those among us who are actually capable of doing what's quite a straightforward thing with a degree of proficiency would be free to do so commensurately quicker.
I never mentioned 100mph. I have driven at and above such a speed but I appreciate, fully, that there is a time and a place when such a thing is at its least inappropriate and am fully prepared to take complete responsibility for my actions should I have reasoned incorrectly.
That said, it's such a rarity to be able to drive at even NSL, unimpeded, that I can't finish the DIY quick enough so I can get on with building my track car.
Anybody who has a problem with any of that, as said and intended, I'll happily debate the points. Anybody who thinks I'm the road-rage, scourge of the highways can carry on thinking so because it'll piss them off without me having to expend any further effort.
Oh, they can also f>uck off. I'm not having a go at you, here, merely taking the opportunity. I suspect that those who did take umbrage at the suggestion that I might like to drive up to a safe and therefore legally proscribed speed did so out of aforementioned ignorance and ineptitude coupled with a guilty conscience albeit in denial of same.
Lastly, I suspect that your suspicions are correct.
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