Duck_of_Doom: CasperImproved: I'll not assume the first ticketer was in error. Maybe it was late night, no moon, and snow or frost on the windows. The second ticketer? No. No same excuse is not available.And I am not even spanking on the ticketer. Just the lame ass attitude that is prevalent in it's issuance. He/she did not even notice the dead body. Did they even consider the reason why the vehicle was still there after the first ticket?There are lots of reasons before "dead guy in car" even comes up. Abandoned vehicle, stolen & abandoned vehicle, owner didn't use the car the next day so didn't go out and see ticket, person was away and didn't see ticket. How was the ticketer supposed to know? It's probably not the first time the ticketer encountered a vehicle with ONE ticket on it already. Should a ticketer look inside every vehicle before/during ticketing? Should a ticketer open an unlocked vehicle, just in case? You're nitpicking for a freak thing after you already have some knowledge of the situation - something the ticketer(s) didn't have.I give leniency to the ticketer because at 2:30 a.m. you can't see well. Also you never know what someone will do if they see you peering into their car (no matter the hour). Someone upthread said the ticketers aren't police, so they don't have the same authority as police. That means they probably don't have authority to even look in the car, unless they want to get sued.
Elvis Presleys Death Throne: I was in a car accident in Kalamazoo once. It took 2 hours to get a cop come out to the interstate to write up the fender bender.
special20: Two tickets to paradise!
kendelrio: ciberido: thesharkman: BarkingUnicorn: Both tickets issued around 2:30 a.m. Tinted windows?Its tricky. Tinted windows don't mean nothing. They know who's inside.Yes, but even so, I think it's very vital, to check, all the same to rock around that's right on time it's hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu TRICKY!!!!!FTFY
Gyrfalcon: HaveBeerWillTravel: Gyrfalcon: CasperImproved: doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.You and Bucky should date.Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.I'm hearing all this. I'm not buying any of it. Unless the body was frozen solid, after two days it would smell exactly like rotten meat. I can only assume that the ticket officer smelled the awful aroma and said "Meh, not my problem," and wrote the ticket and went about his business...which is exactly the problem.Believe it or not, not so much. It's cold in Michigan in the winter. He could be in there, eh, a week before it started to smell at ALL. You would be astonished and probably mortified to know how long a corpse will last in a fridge (not a freezer) in the morgue before it gets funky. Trust me./My job is awful. Just trust me on this.I'll trust you that it's cold in Michigan and that you know about corpses in morgue fridges.[shudder]
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