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2006-07-23 16:03:31
2006-07-23 16:03:31

Accept responsibility for your actions. You hit a car because you either can't drive or you weren't being careful enough. That is your fault, not the fault of an overcrowded parking lot. Of course you can sue anyone for anything, but is that the proper thing to do. I think not.


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