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2012-08-24 02:34:31 PM
I passed by a stopped school bus once when I was young and stupid. It was on the feeder of a highway and an 18-wheeler was right behind it (I honestly didn't see it). Cop pulls me over and calls me stupid about 12 different times. I was scared shiatless. Then he asked for my mom's cell #. He calls her, tells her what happened, starts laughing and says "I'm going to write you a ticket for no signal when changing lanes, because your mom's about to do a hell of a lot worse than anything I could do."

He was right

/CSB
 
2012-08-24 02:57:07 PM
43-year-old Robert Edward Dean - possibly used the word "gore" in reference to the center turn lane on five-lane roadway.

I thought a gore was the bit where the road splits or comes together like at an off ramp.
 
2012-08-24 03:01:35 PM

scottydoesntknow: I passed by a stopped school bus once when I was young and stupid. It was on the feeder of a highway and an 18-wheeler was right behind it (I honestly didn't see it). Cop pulls me over and calls me stupid about 12 different times. I was scared shiatless. Then he asked for my mom's cell #. He calls her, tells her what happened, starts laughing and says "I'm going to write you a ticket for no signal when changing lanes, because your mom's about to do a hell of a lot worse than anything I could do."

He was right

/CSB


...why was a schoolbus stopped on the on-ramp to the highway? Or am I misreading?
 
2012-08-24 03:05:35 PM

scottydoesntknow: I passed by a stopped school bus once when I was young and stupid. It was on the feeder of a highway and an 18-wheeler was right behind it (I honestly didn't see it). Cop pulls me over and calls me stupid about 12 different times. I was scared shiatless. Then he asked for my mom's cell #. He calls her, tells her what happened, starts laughing and says "I'm going to write you a ticket for no signal when changing lanes, because your mom's about to do a hell of a lot worse than anything I could do."

He was right

/CSB


Ah yes, the old parents as enforcers routine.

CSS threadjack time:

My oldest brother went through a rough patch when he was 16 or so and for a little while he used to break into people's garages and or sheds in the neighbourhood. One time the old guy down the street (who fought in WW2 and had just lost his wife the previous year) came to the house to speak to my dad and told him that he saw my brother stealing gasoline and some power tools from his garage the previous night. He said he didn't want to contact the police over the incident but he knew that my dad would set him straight. I remember seeing this sort of knowing man-to-man look pass between them as my dad just quietly said "Yes. I'll take care of it." I wasn't more than 6 or 7 but I knew I had just witnessed some important, secret, man code that had just gone unspoken between them. My dad had a quiet fury about him for the rest of the day and I basically hid in my room, looking out the window waiting for my brother to get home. When he finally did (and two hours late, which by that point my dad was almost ready to go thermonuclear) the clusterfarking was a thing to behold. My dad isn't an angry or violent man, but the walls basically shook when he tore a strip of my brother.

He ended up doing all the old man's yard work, shovelling and gutters for the next four years until he moved out on his own.

/end threadjack
 
2012-08-24 03:42:22 PM

Sybarite: 43-year-old Robert Edward Dean - possibly used the word "gore" in reference to the center turn lane on five-lane roadway.

I thought a gore was the bit where the road splits or comes together like at an off ramp.


That's why the article explains what the guy "possibly" meant -- he was using the wrong term.
 
2012-08-24 03:55:51 PM
I hate cops AND kids and I still think this guy is a douche. Hopefully the judge gives him more than a $250 fine just for being a prick.
 
2012-08-24 03:58:31 PM
hmm, google maps is only showing me a lexington dr and a lexington st (both the same road) in Athens Ohio. Neither of them looks like it has a center turn lane though.
 
2012-08-24 04:06:29 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: ...why was a schoolbus stopped on the on-ramp to the highway? Or am I misreading?


Lol sorry meant feeder road. Runs parallel to the highway. Can't remember what other people call 'em.
 
2012-08-24 04:21:42 PM

serial_crusher: hmm, google maps is only showing me a lexington dr and a lexington st (both the same road) in Athens Ohio. Neither of them looks like it has a center turn lane though.


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2012-08-24 04:23:57 PM

serial_crusher: hmm, google maps is only showing me a lexington dr and a lexington st (both the same road) in Athens Ohio. Neither of them looks like it has a center turn lane though.


After reading your post, I searched for "google maps lexington rd athens georgia" and it came right up.
 
2012-08-24 04:27:34 PM

serial_crusher: hmm, google maps is only showing me a lexington dr and a lexington st (both the same road) in Athens Ohio. Neither of them looks like it has a center turn lane though.


Georgia, not Ohio. :-)
 
2012-08-24 04:50:38 PM
Well, there goes my weekend.
 
2012-08-24 04:52:44 PM

miss diminutive: scottydoesntknow: I passed by a stopped school bus once when I was young and stupid. It was on the feeder of a highway and an 18-wheeler was right behind it (I honestly didn't see it). Cop pulls me over and calls me stupid about 12 different times. I was scared shiatless. Then he asked for my mom's cell #. He calls her, tells her what happened, starts laughing and says "I'm going to write you a ticket for no signal when changing lanes, because your mom's about to do a hell of a lot worse than anything I could do."

He was right

/CSB

Ah yes, the old parents as enforcers routine.

CSS threadjack time:

My oldest brother went through a rough patch when he was 16 or so and for a little while he used to break into people's garages and or sheds in the neighbourhood. One time the old guy down the street (who fought in WW2 and had just lost his wife the previous year) came to the house to speak to my dad and told him that he saw my brother stealing gasoline and some power tools from his garage the previous night. He said he didn't want to contact the police over the incident but he knew that my dad would set him straight. I remember seeing this sort of knowing man-to-man look pass between them as my dad just quietly said "Yes. I'll take care of it." I wasn't more than 6 or 7 but I knew I had just witnessed some important, secret, man code that had just gone unspoken between them. My dad had a quiet fury about him for the rest of the day and I basically hid in my room, looking out the window waiting for my brother to get home. When he finally did (and two hours late, which by that point my dad was almost ready to go thermonuclear) the clusterfarking was a thing to behold. My dad isn't an angry or violent man, but the walls basically shook when he tore a strip of my brother.

He ended up doing all the old man's yard work, shovelling and gutters for the next four years until he moved out on his own.

/end threadjack


Ahh, parenting. Those were the days, huh?
 
2012-08-24 04:59:12 PM

scottydoesntknow: God Is My Co-Pirate: ...why was a schoolbus stopped on the on-ramp to the highway? Or am I misreading?

Lol sorry meant feeder road. Runs parallel to the highway. Can't remember what other people call 'em.


Frontage road here.
 
2012-08-24 04:59:56 PM

blatz514: scottydoesntknow: God Is My Co-Pirate: ...why was a schoolbus stopped on the on-ramp to the highway? Or am I misreading?

Lol sorry meant feeder road. Runs parallel to the highway. Can't remember what other people call 'em.

Frontage road here.


Service Road here
 
2012-08-24 05:00:33 PM

namegoeshere: miss diminutive: scottydoesntknow: I passed by a stopped school bus once when I was young and stupid. It was on the feeder of a highway and an 18-wheeler was right behind it (I honestly didn't see it). Cop pulls me over and calls me stupid about 12 different times. I was scared shiatless. Then he asked for my mom's cell #. He calls her, tells her what happened, starts laughing and says "I'm going to write you a ticket for no signal when changing lanes, because your mom's about to do a hell of a lot worse than anything I could do."

He was right

/CSB

Ah yes, the old parents as enforcers routine.

CSS threadjack time:

My oldest brother went through a rough patch when he was 16 or so and for a little while he used to break into people's garages and or sheds in the neighbourhood. One time the old guy down the street (who fought in WW2 and had just lost his wife the previous year) came to the house to speak to my dad and told him that he saw my brother stealing gasoline and some power tools from his garage the previous night. He said he didn't want to contact the police over the incident but he knew that my dad would set him straight. I remember seeing this sort of knowing man-to-man look pass between them as my dad just quietly said "Yes. I'll take care of it." I wasn't more than 6 or 7 but I knew I had just witnessed some important, secret, man code that had just gone unspoken between them. My dad had a quiet fury about him for the rest of the day and I basically hid in my room, looking out the window waiting for my brother to get home. When he finally did (and two hours late, which by that point my dad was almost ready to go thermonuclear) the clusterfarking was a thing to behold. My dad isn't an angry or violent man, but the walls basically shook when he tore a strip of my brother.

He ended up doing all the old man's yard work, shovelling and gutters for the next four years until he moved out on his own.

/end threadjack

Ahh, parenting. Those were the days, huh?


It's like the back alley behind a Normal Rockwell painting.
 
2012-08-24 05:00:57 PM
Still a dumb law. I pass school buses all the time. I can see if there are any kids around, it's not hard.
 
2012-08-24 05:01:18 PM

steklo: blatz514: scottydoesntknow: God Is My Co-Pirate: ...why was a schoolbus stopped on the on-ramp to the highway? Or am I misreading?

Lol sorry meant feeder road. Runs parallel to the highway. Can't remember what other people call 'em.

Frontage road here.

Service Road here


The one I live by has a strip club on it. So I guess service road works too!
 
2012-08-24 05:01:24 PM
Sounds like the guy is not up on GA law, but he might have been legally correct in other states.

In MO, school buses aren't supposed to have kids crossing the street on a 4 lane road. Thus, if there's two lanes each way, the traffic going with the bus should stop, but traffic going the other way is not required to (RsMO 304-505, section 4).
 
2012-08-24 05:01:37 PM
I ALWAYS stop for the school bus; my eyesight isn't what it used to be, and that's the only way I can get a clear shot at the little cocksuckers.

/// warned them to stay off my lawn
 
2012-08-24 05:02:13 PM

namegoeshere:
My oldest brother went through a rough patch when he was 16 or so and for a little while he used to break into people's garages and or sheds in the neighbourhood. One time the old guy down the street (who fought in WW2 and had just lost his wife the previous year) came to the house to speak to my dad and told him that he saw my brother stealing gasoline and some power tools from his garage the previous night. He said he didn't want to contact the police over the incident but he knew that my dad would set him straight. I remember seeing this sort of knowing man-to-man look pass between them as my dad just quietly said "Yes. I'll take care of it." I wasn't more than 6 or 7 but I knew I had just witnessed some important, secret, man code that had just gone unspoken between them. My dad had a quiet fury about him for the rest of the day and I basically hid in my room, looking out the window waiting for my brother to get home. When he finally did (and two hours late, which by that point my dad was almost ready to go thermonuclear) the clusterfarking was a thing to behold. My dad isn't an angry or violent man, but the walls basically shook when he tore a strip of my brother.

He ended up doing all the old man's yard work, shovelling and gutters for the next four years until he moved out on his own.

/end threadjack

Ahh, parenting. Those were the days, huh?


Right, if the same thing happened today odds are the parent would go apeshiat on the old man for even suggesting that their snowflake would possibly do something like that.
 
2012-08-24 05:02:50 PM

MadAzza: serial_crusher: hmm, google maps is only showing me a lexington dr and a lexington st (both the same road) in Athens Ohio. Neither of them looks like it has a center turn lane though.

After reading your post, I searched for "google maps lexington rd athens georgia" and it came right up.


Swish
 
2012-08-24 05:03:18 PM

lewismarktwo: Still a dumb law. I pass school buses all the time. I can see if there are any kids around, it's not hard.


Except for when they step out from in front of or behind the bus to cross the street.
 
2012-08-24 05:04:12 PM
Huh, as near as I can tell, the only witness to this was the off duty cop. I think this guy is a jerk off that deserves the ticket, but I'm surprised the Fark Cop Hate Brigade isn't screaming about how she's probably lying to get this poor man in trouble.
 
2012-08-24 05:06:29 PM
What a noon...Everyone knows you're only supposed to talk shiat about cops from the safety of semi-anonymous forums.
 
2012-08-24 05:07:07 PM

devildog123: I think this guy is a jerk off that deserves the ticket, but I'm surprised the Fark Cop Hate Brigade isn't screaming about how she's probably lying to get this poor man in trouble.


Give it time.

Me, I say good for her. It's a frickin' school bus, a big metal canister which periodically ejects children onto the road. Take fifteen seconds out of your day and respect the rules of the road.
 
2012-08-24 05:07:11 PM
Nothing sucks more than being behind the retard bus. Your 10m trip to work becomes a 30m trip. They take about 5+ mins to pick each of the tards, then they drive in the middle of the farking road so you can't pass them anyways.

/bangheadagainststeeringwheel
 
2012-08-24 05:08:15 PM

MadAzza: Sybarite: 43-year-old Robert Edward Dean - possibly used the word "gore" in reference to the center turn lane on five-lane roadway.

I thought a gore was the bit where the road splits or comes together like at an off ramp.

That's why the article explains what the guy "possibly" meant -- he was using the wrong term.


I learned a new term today. Thanks, Fark. You can be surprisingly useful.
 
2012-08-24 05:08:50 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: What a noon...Everyone knows you're only supposed to talk shiat about cops from the safety of semi-anonymous forums.


If you've got balls, you can do it to their face and record what comes after.
 
2012-08-24 05:10:21 PM

steklo: blatz514: scottydoesntknow: God Is My Co-Pirate: ...why was a schoolbus stopped on the on-ramp to the highway? Or am I misreading?

Lol sorry meant feeder road. Runs parallel to the highway. Can't remember what other people call 'em.

Frontage road here.

Service Road here


Access road here, in Georgia.
 
2012-08-24 05:11:59 PM

scottydoesntknow: I passed by a stopped school bus once when I was young and stupid. It was on the feeder of a highway and an 18-wheeler was right behind it (I honestly didn't see it). Cop pulls me over and calls me stupid about 12 different times. I was scared shiatless. Then he asked for my mom's cell #. He calls her, tells her what happened, starts laughing and says "I'm going to write you a ticket for no signal when changing lanes, because your mom's about to do a hell of a lot worse than anything I could do."

He was right

/CSB


She blew the whole police department?
 
2012-08-24 05:12:54 PM

seumasokelly: lewismarktwo: Still a dumb law. I pass school buses all the time. I can see if there are any kids around, it's not hard.

Except for when they step out from in front of or behind the bus to cross the street.


That's why I creep by at 7mph and wave to the driver the whole time. I'm not getting stuck behind a school bus for miles. They should let people pass them after a stop when all the kids are on board, but they don't because they like the power. It's sad really.
 
2012-08-24 05:13:16 PM
It really is a weird law though. I can understand it if there is a reasonable expectation of a kid crossing the street (ie crosswalk). But, creating a law with the assumption that kids are going to break a law (jaywalk) is strange. If that were the case, there should be a law that requires all cars to stop upon seeing a child as they may attempt to enter the roadway.
 
2012-08-24 05:13:30 PM

devildog123: Huh, as near as I can tell, the only witness to this was the off duty cop. I think this guy is a jerk off that deserves the ticket, but I'm surprised the Fark Cop Hate Brigade isn't screaming about how she's probably lying to get this poor man in trouble.


The article said that the off duty officer had a passenger (probably not impartial though) so I see what you mean.
 
2012-08-24 05:13:50 PM

EyeForgot: Nothing sucks more than being behind the retard bus. Your 10m trip to work becomes a 30m trip. They take about 5+ mins to pick each of the tards, then they drive in the middle of the farking road so you can't pass them anyways.

/bangheadagainststeeringwheel


Ugh. And the short bus, at least in my state, has to stop at every. Single. Kid's. House. Because special needs students get door to door transportation. And at drop off, an adult must meet the bus at the bus, not just waive from the window, so you have to wait while they honk for mom to put down the remote and waddle her ass out to the curb.

Why no, I have no idea what you are talking about...
 
2012-08-24 05:14:08 PM

akula: Sounds like the guy is not up on GA law, but he might have been legally correct in other states.

In MO, school buses aren't supposed to have kids crossing the street on a 4 lane road. Thus, if there's two lanes each way, the traffic going with the bus should stop, but traffic going the other way is not required to (RsMO 304-505, section 4).


Thought there needed to be a median for that to be okay.

/When do I get to run over the monsters? Alternate Saturdays or something?
 
2012-08-24 05:16:15 PM

ScotterOtter: It really is a weird law though. I can understand it if there is a reasonable expectation of a kid crossing the street (ie crosswalk). But, creating a law with the assumption that kids are going to break a law (jaywalk) is strange. If that were the case, there should be a law that requires all cars to stop upon seeing a child as they may attempt to enter the roadway.


School bust stops are often corners, where crossing isn't jaywalking.
 
2012-08-24 05:16:30 PM

lewismarktwo: seumasokelly: lewismarktwo: Still a dumb law. I pass school buses all the time. I can see if there are any kids around, it's not hard.

Except for when they step out from in front of or behind the bus to cross the street.

That's why I creep by at 7mph and wave to the driver the whole time. I'm not getting stuck behind a school bus for miles. They should let people pass them after a stop when all the kids are on board, but they don't because they like the power. It's sad really.


As is the human tendency to project the worst possible motives onto people who aren't doing exactly what you want them to. The odds that the busdriver has even had a passing thought about the people driving behind them is slim to nil. They've got enough on their plate with 60 screaming kids that need to be dropped off at the proper places and times and without incident, lest they lose their jobs.
 
2012-08-24 05:16:52 PM
Ahhhh, I wanted to see some cop haters justify their hate on this one. You guys suck :(

So instead my CSB:

I was 17, it was just after midnight and I was blowing down a main road (3 lanes each way) passing the few cars at about 60 or so (speed limit was 50) when the red and blue lights came on behind me. So I pull over and the cop comes to my window and starts chewing me out. Apparently he was one of those cars I blew by. This was going to be my first ticket, I was pass my curfew and my Dad was a bit of a hard case at the time. All of this hit me at once and I started shaking. The cop, to his credit, stops chewing me out and asks me what was wrong. When I explained it he gives me this 'you poor kid' look, tells me to slow down and sends me in my way. I end up getting a speeding ticket a week later doing the same thing.

My point is, kids are idiots
 
2012-08-24 05:18:38 PM

EyeForgot: Nothing sucks more than being behind the retard bus. Your 10m trip to work becomes a 30m trip. They take about 5+ mins to pick each of the tards, then they drive in the middle of the farking road so you can't pass them anyways.

/bangheadagainststeeringwheel


Oh my God, THIS. Its really bad when you live in cul-de-sac and there is a special needs kid that lives in the first house on the street. If I didn't make it out the door by a certain time I got sit in my car for 5+ minutes while the elderly guy driving the bus helped the handicapped kid from his front door to the bus. He would leave the stop sign deployed the entire time. To make it worse, a cop would randomly park around the corner from the cul-de-sac and wait to grab people who passed the bus.
 
2012-08-24 05:19:08 PM

devildog123: Huh, as near as I can tell, the only witness to this was the off duty cop. I think this guy is a jerk off that deserves the ticket, but I'm surprised the Fark Cop Hate Brigade isn't screaming about how she's probably lying to get this poor man in trouble.


You can bet that the bus drivers will be happy to testify about what happened.
 
2012-08-24 05:19:35 PM
CSB:
Used to be an engineer/project manager/blaster for a heavy construction company in New Jersey. Was building a new bridge for the NJDOT in Hillsborough when the old bridge started to fail. Big hole opened up in it. Emergency repair contract, busy road, down to one lane as we put in a steel plate (2" x 20' x 6') and paved over it, plus traffic protection devices. Traffic backed up for miles. Slow work. One of the state troopers we had with us was this huge scary looking guy but friendly as hell, AND bored out of his mind. He was helping us miss chemical grout to pass the time.

So this one middle aged white woman in the crawl of traffic going by us stops and just curses us and him out. "You ****ing f****** why are you arresting them you ****8 beep beep beeeepity beep n****** f****er" and so on. And then she tries to drive away. In the middle of a 3 mile long traffic jam.

The cop turns to me, says, "Did she just say what I thought she said?" He then just walks after her to pull her over. Wrote her a few tickets.
 
2012-08-24 05:20:55 PM

Dust: I hate cops AND kids and I still think this guy is a douche. Hopefully the judge gives him more than a $250 fine just for being a prick.


The 6 points on his license will do it. That's a couple grand a year for the next three years on insurance.
 
2012-08-24 05:21:52 PM

Oznog: It's like the back alley behind a Normal Rockwell painting.


I'm stealing this, OK?
 
2012-08-24 05:22:21 PM
Looks like Mr Robert Edward Dean, 43, is a real loser. That name has another hit from the same newspaper from 2005:

"Robert Edward Dean, 36, and Robin Matthews, 29, were arrested at their residence at 140 Standard Oil St. at 8:20 p.m. Wednesday, each on charges of manufacturing marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana, Athens-Clarke police said."

http://onlineathens.com/stories/120205/cops_20051202038.shtml

Same guy? Don't know but the douche reeks from both of them so yeah, I would guess it's the same guy.
 
2012-08-24 05:22:32 PM

Josu: MadAzza: Sybarite: 43-year-old Robert Edward Dean - possibly used the word "gore" in reference to the center turn lane on five-lane roadway.

I thought a gore was the bit where the road splits or comes together like at an off ramp.

That's why the article explains what the guy "possibly" meant -- he was using the wrong term.

I learned a new term today. Thanks, Fark. You can be surprisingly useful.


maureenwritesthenews.files.wordpress.com

I invented those.
 
2012-08-24 05:24:43 PM

Satanic_Hamster: CSB:
Used to be an engineer/project manager/blaster for a heavy construction company in New Jersey. Was building a new bridge for the NJDOT in Hillsborough when the old bridge started to fail. Big hole opened up in it. Emergency repair contract, busy road, down to one lane as we put in a steel plate (2" x 20' x 6') and paved over it, plus traffic protection devices. Traffic backed up for miles. Slow work. One of the state troopers we had with us was this huge scary looking guy but friendly as hell, AND bored out of his mind. He was helping us miss chemical grout to pass the time.

So this one middle aged white woman in the crawl of traffic going by us stops and just curses us and him out. "You ****ing f****** why are you arresting them you ****8 beep beep beeeepity beep n****** f****er" and so on. And then she tries to drive away. In the middle of a 3 mile long traffic jam.

The cop turns to me, says, "Did she just say what I thought she said?" He then just walks after her to pull her over. Wrote her a few tickets.


Heh. walks up to the window and does the *roll down your window gesture. classic

/that's how i saw it in my tiny head
 
2012-08-24 05:24:51 PM

namegoeshere: EyeForgot: Nothing sucks more than being behind the retard bus. Your 10m trip to work becomes a 30m trip. They take about 5+ mins to pick each of the tards, then they drive in the middle of the farking road so you can't pass them anyways.

/bangheadagainststeeringwheel

Ugh. And the short bus, at least in my state, has to stop at every. Single. Kid's. House. Because special needs students get door to door transportation. And at drop off, an adult must meet the bus at the bus, not just waive from the window, so you have to wait while they honk for mom to put down the remote and waddle her ass out to the curb.

Why no, I have no idea what you are talking about...


Reminds me of my old route from work, except the kids were in wheelchairs. Nothing like waiting for the parents to come out, then the doors to open, then the kid to get on the lowering platform, then for the platform to lower, then for the kid to get off the platform, then the platform to raise, and finally for the door to close.

I've got nothing against the kids, and too much of a heart to act like a jerkass (like honking), but holy crap that can get frustrating!
 
2012-08-24 05:26:43 PM
I'm going to bet on the guy who knows the word "gore" being correct, rather than the cop.

CSB: In the mid 90s, I was biking home from work and got pulled over by a young female cop. She asked why I wasn't riding on the sidewalk. I said it was illegal to do that in a business district. She asked where I had heard that nonsense and I replied "Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 300-347 paragraph 1". I had just finished a week looking up local laws for an advocacy project, and actually remembered it off the top of my head.

There was about 15 seconds of silence while we just stared at each other, and she tried to figure out if I was joking. Then she just walked back to her car without saying a word.
 
2012-08-24 05:27:28 PM
You idiots complaining about how long the trip takes because of the buses do realize that the problem exists because you farks wanted your own 'castle' with a green lawn in the middle of the semi-nowhere known as the suburbs?

/ It totally rocks that it takes 5 min walk to everything including work.
// So tempted to change 'rocks' into 'walks'
/// Heh. Punny.
 
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