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State of Virginina,
Last eve, i was parked on a street within a residential community, where street parking is hard to come by. When I returned, an SUV had parked a less than a fraction of an inch away from the back of my Suburban, effecively blocking me in. Even worse, the SUV tail was hanging over the pedestrian crosswalk lines on the street effecively blocking part of the crosswalk. Clearly illegally parked. Subsiquently it took me 40 min. to navigate my truck out of my spot so not to damage the SUV. In turn, I wrote a very harsh note, with poor judement envoked, which contained profanity which described my impression of the driver being a F$#&ing, inconsiderate a#$Ho$#! I also left my name and number INVITING the owner of the SUV to call and discuss further.

I,indeed, recieved a call from the owner, whom rather than apologizing, suggested that she is pressing criminal charges, and claims that there is a statute in Virginia that makes profanity, whether written or verbal a crime.

If someone can enlighten me, it would be greatly appreciated.



Senior Member
Tell them your first amendment rights allowing freedom of speech includes the use of profanity. Then tell them to go &*%&(**&)^ and stick their head ^*&^%(*^ and if they don't like it to go suck an &%&**(&^.

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