LOL ok I'll explain. I wasn't threatening anybody or trying to intimidate anyone. Its a long story but here goes.. About 7 years ago, I was stopped at a railroad track, about 5 cars back. The train passed by, the gates went up, and the 4 people in front of me crossed. Now, the location of the railroad tracks makes it IMPOSSIBLE to see if it's clear in both directions, until you are actually ON the track, due to a huge building to the right. The car I was driving at the time was a straight-up BEATER. lol literally falling apart. So anyway, I'm coming up to the railroad tracks to cross, and the gate comes down and busts my windshield. Turns out, there was a 2nd train about 50 feet behind the first one. In my opinion, the gate never should have went up in the first place. But that isn't important. I got a police report, I took photos of the damage, I sent in a copy of my insurance policy, my drivers license, a written statement as to what happened, literally everything they asked for - and I sent it to the train company's insurance department. I just wanted to be reimbursed a measly $190 for a new windshield. Nothing more. So anyway, I get a letter from the insurance department a week later, saying that it was my fault, and I shouldn't have been trying to out-run the train. I flipped. If you could see that old car, you would understand why. That thing wasn't outrunning a yugo, let alone a train. So I made the stupid decision to call the insurance department, and since nobody answered, I left a voicemail. Yep... stupid move. On the recording, I said something along the lines of: "This is *****in BS, I sent you everything you asked for, I even included photos of the location to show that there is a huge building blocking the view of the tracks. I'll see you in court, b*tch." And sure enough.. I did see them in court.. Just not how I was hoping. LOL But like I said, I learned my lesson.