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2013-08-26 10:17:46 PM

Krieghund: Honking is free speech.


In a traffic jam it might be inciting a riot.  Noise violation?  It's one thing to honk your horn once, or even to honk it repeatedly as you drive down the road, but honking it repeatedly near other people who can't get away from you?  At what point does that become fighting words?

The cops job was to control traffic.  I'd argue that a guy honking his horn over and over is making a bad traffic situation worse, distracting other drivers and making them edgy.  Edgy drivers cause accidents.  If he'd just arrested the guy, that would have been one thing, but he told him to stop and the guy didn't.
 
2013-08-26 10:21:20 PM

Mikey1969: EZ: Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.

Right?  I'd like some details on this injury.  He was almost struck?  Did he almost go to the hospital, or did they almost treat him at the scene?

Coming from someone who hasn't gotten his foot too close to a moving car, obviously. I got out of the back of the car once, and my brother started driving off early, almost crushed my foot. I can see twisting to get out of the way of this asshole, and farking up your ankle.


Yeah, who cares, you're a pussy. Ohhhhh! My ankle! I was supposed to go ice skating next Sunday!

Man up, sally.
 
2013-08-26 10:26:23 PM

Gyrfalcon: Egoy3k: Ok so the guy in the truck was a super douche and deserved what he got but it seems like officer ineffectual is the real reason that this got out of hand.  He couldn't get truck guy to STFU, then he couldn't convince him that he could be arrested then he tried to break his window using a bike helmet.  This guy lost control of the situation early and never even got close to getting it back.  What a pansy, he had a gun and a badge and more authority than is healthy for anybody to have and he still failed.

It's going to be uncomfortable in the cop locker room for a few months.

I'm wondering how you think he could have gotten it "under control" when Superdouche refused to obey a lawful order to STFU. Either one obeys an order or one doesn't; and after that the only OTHER option is a Tasering or a quick beatdown with a PR-24.


I can think of a couple, but the moment the officer tried out douching the superdouche is when he failed.  Grant you trying to handle a tense situation in bicycle shorts doesn't help, but staying eerily calm when someone is screaming will save you a chance of regaining control.  Having two emotionally screamers and criers will look like a pissing match to everyone else.

Deep Contact: Disappointed cop didn't empty Glock into engine.
 That would of been funny.


I guess you have never considered what would really happen if you were to try that.  I don't consider myself a gun expert, but I am sure the bullet will not penetrate the block and some shrapnel will make its way out of the engine compartment and likely strike someone.  Stop watching movies and go outside for once.
 
2013-08-26 10:37:34 PM

fat_free: Mikey1969: EZ: Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.

Right?  I'd like some details on this injury.  He was almost struck?  Did he almost go to the hospital, or did they almost treat him at the scene?

Coming from someone who hasn't gotten his foot too close to a moving car, obviously. I got out of the back of the car once, and my brother started driving off early, almost crushed my foot. I can see twisting to get out of the way of this asshole, and farking up your ankle.

Yeah, who cares, you're a pussy. Ohhhhh! My ankle! I was supposed to go ice skating next Sunday!

Man up, sally.


Nope, I've just seen people with actual lifelong injuries because they did something at work and it didn't seem to be "that bad" at the time. My wife has also worked in a couple of different companies in administrative roles, or with HR or Health and Safety, and she'll tell you the same thing. Anything that appears to be even a minor injury should be in the record somewhere, or you're farked.
 
EZ
2013-08-26 10:37:49 PM
Coming from someone who hasn't gotten his foot too close to a moving car, obviously. I got out of the back of the car once, and my brother started driving off early, almost crushed my foot. I can see twisting to get out of the way of this asshole, and farking up your ankle.

I like how people think he should just shake off a work related injury. Since if he doesn't say anything and wakes up the next day with it swollen to shiat, he is farked. If you don't get even the smallest workplace injury on the record when it happens, if it flares up anywhere down the road, you don't get covered by work. Period. Hell, there's even a chance that your insurance could fark you, too, since they'll want Worker's Comp to take care of it, and Worker's Comp will tell you to fark off.

But I get it, this is the official cop hating website, no matter what the story.


Mikey1969: EZ: Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.

Right?  I'd like some details on this injury.  He was almost struck?  Did he almost go to the hospital, or did they almost treat him at the scene?

Coming from someone who hasn't gotten his foot too close to a moving car, obviously. I got out of the back of the car once, and my brother started driving off early, almost crushed my foot. I can see twisting to get out of the way of this asshole, and farking up your ankle.

I like how people think he should just shake off a work related injury. Since if he doesn't say anything and wakes up the next day with it swollen to shiat, he is farked. If you don't get even the smallest workplace injury on the record when it happens, if it flares up anywhere down the road, you don't get covered by work. Period. Hell, there's even a chance that your insurance could fark you, too, since they'll want Worker's Comp to take care of it, and Worker's Comp will tell you to fark off.

But I get it, this is the official cop hating website, no matter what the story.


Lighten up, Francis - I was making fun of the wording the reporter used in the article.  Almost hit - led to an injury.   Hey, just like how I almost made fun of a cop in my response and you were still offended!
 
2013-08-26 10:37:50 PM

HoratioGates: Krieghund: Honking is free speech.

In a traffic jam it might be inciting a riot.  Noise violation?  It's one thing to honk your horn once, or even to honk it repeatedly as you drive down the road, but honking it repeatedly near other people who can't get away from you?  At what point does that become fighting words?

The cops job was to control traffic.  I'd argue that a guy honking his horn over and over is making a bad traffic situation worse, distracting other drivers and making them edgy.  Edgy drivers cause accidents.  If he'd just arrested the guy, that would have been one thing, but he told him to stop and the guy didn't.


I don't know of any ordinances for cars and honking horns, however a trucker can get fined for excessive or improper use of horn.  My bro told me it was part of his CDL test to list the proper times to use his horn.  Also, I know from personal experience you can get fined for disobeying an officer directing traffic.  That was my first big ticket, which I got regardless the officer was not in plain sight and had his uniform covered by rain gear.  I am not talking cop rain gear but plain yellow anyone can purchase from a store rain gear.  It was an accident scene and the only person I saw was the wrecker driver sweeping up some glass, so I obeyed the light.
 
2013-08-26 11:05:11 PM
/run Cool Story Bro

On more than one occasion, I have been pulled over and I have never gone to jail for 1 reason, I was honest and polite to the officer.

This asshat in the same prediciments I was in would likely have gotton arrested too.

1) I was driving in the lane of a parking lot, a car (Later identified as the cop's car) was flying up not in a lane, I swerved thinking he was about to TBONE me, cop folloed me 1/2 a mile before he pulled me over (He was running my plate).  I was driving in an unregistered, uninspected vehicle in the Commonwelath of PA.  Upon approaching my drivers door, the officer noticed my inspection sticker was taped into my window, and asked me why.  Knowing I was screwed, I explained it was fake, I took a pic of a valid sticker, printer it on my inkjet printer and taped it in my windshield.  He had a shocked look on his face, pulled out a knife and tried removing the taped on paper, I told him I'd take it off and hand it to him if he put away the knife.  I also printed a registeration sticker for my plate he removed it also.

He where I got it, if I was selling them.  I explained no, I didn;t have the money to get it inspected or registered, it wasn't meant to fool anyone on close inspection, just in passing it appeard I had a valid stick in the window.

Instead of towning and impounding my car and giving me tickets for No registeration, No Inspection, and forging both documents, because I was honest, He let me drive my car home and park it untill I got it inspected and reregistered, Fined me for No Registeration, and No Inspection, and let me go.

2) 3am driving home from work a cop started following me down a dark back road, as soon as I poped out in a lit area he pulled me over, different car but again I was wrong and I was uninsured.  He asked me for lisence and registeration, he already knew I was uninsured from running my plate, upon opening my glove box, a metal pipe hit the bottom of the glove box and he was on the passanger side and saw it.

He now has probable cause to search my car, he had me hand him the pipe, and I thought I was going to jail.  I was asked to step out of the car and stand in front of it.  He explained My car was geting impounded due to no insurance, and because of the pipe he had probable cause to search the vehicle, and it would be in my best interest to cooperate. He asked if I had anything else in the car that he should know about.  I informed him where my stash was hidden, it was aprox 1g of MJ. I ended up getting my lisence suspended for driving weithout insurance, and my Car impounded.  For the Pipe and 1g of MJ, I got a disorderly conduct.  No possession charges, no para[phanilia charges, and no jail time just a fine.  Oh and the cop gave me a ride back to my house (12 Miles away) since I couldn't get ahold of anyone to pick me up at 3am.

Moral of the Story Cops can be nice if you are honest, and not a douche wad.
 
2013-08-26 11:20:19 PM

dabbletech: Cop lost points for having a bicycle helmet.


I recently saw our city cops training on their new Can Am Spyders. I thought they would have gone for something slightly more intimidating, like Segways.
 
2013-08-26 11:37:39 PM

fatkidinabeenie: /run Cool Story Bro

On more than one occasion, I have been pulled over and I have never gone to jail for 1 reason, I was honest and polite to the officer.

This asshat in the same prediciments I was in would likely have gotton arrested too.

1) I was driving in the lane of a parking lot, a car (Later identified as the cop's car) was flying up not in a lane, I swerved thinking he was about to TBONE me, cop folloed me 1/2 a mile before he pulled me over (He was running my plate).  I was driving in an unregistered, uninspected vehicle in the Commonwelath of PA.  Upon approaching my drivers door, the officer noticed my inspection sticker was taped into my window, and asked me why.  Knowing I was screwed, I explained it was fake, I took a pic of a valid sticker, printer it on my inkjet printer and taped it in my windshield.  He had a shocked look on his face, pulled out a knife and tried removing the taped on paper, I told him I'd take it off and hand it to him if he put away the knife.  I also printed a registeration sticker for my plate he removed it also.

He where I got it, if I was selling them.  I explained no, I didn;t have the money to get it inspected or registered, it wasn't meant to fool anyone on close inspection, just in passing it appeard I had a valid stick in the window.

Instead of towning and impounding my car and giving me tickets for No registeration, No Inspection, and forging both documents, because I was honest, He let me drive my car home and park it untill I got it inspected and reregistered, Fined me for No Registeration, and No Inspection, and let me go.

2) 3am driving home from work a cop started following me down a dark back road, as soon as I poped out in a lit area he pulled me over, different car but again I was wrong and I was uninsured.  He asked me for lisence and registeration, he already knew I was uninsured from running my plate, upon opening my glove box, a metal pipe hit the bottom of the glove box and he was on the passanger sid ...


moral of the story, don't forge your registration, don't drive if you can't afford to get your vehicle registered, and don't carry weed around in the car.

/how about that?
//I'm not calling you a moron, but perhaps you should think again whenever you think you have a "bright idea"
 
2013-08-26 11:58:50 PM
Trance354:
moral of the story, don't forge your registration, don't drive if you can't afford to get your vehicle registered, and don't carry weed around in the car.

/how about that?
//I'm not calling you a moron, but perhaps you should think again whenever you think you have a "bright idea"


Never did I say I was right, or they were good Ideas, it was a bad time in my life I was able to turn around, My current vehicle is registered, inspected and insured, and I have been sober for over 3 years.

I am not looking for praise for finally straightening my life out, nor am I looking for pity for what I did wrong, I am merely saying the way you handle yourself goes a long way when dealing with Authority
 
2013-08-27 12:03:52 AM
CSS: One time, when my family was in Vegas, my mom took a wrong turn (Vegas: Do  not try to drive there without a map, and do  not forget to buy a map for Henderson at the edge of Death Valley, that's the only place they sell it,) and we wound up driving on the strip. At one point, traffic came to a standstill. Naturally, the car behind us began honking like it was going out of style. My mom threatened that, the next time he honked, she would get out, walk over, and say, "You summoned me?".

/Unfortunately, it didn't happen
//The smackdown would've been  epic
///With the smart money on my mom
 
2013-08-27 12:28:25 AM

PsiChick: CSS: One time, when my family was in Vegas, my mom took a wrong turn (Vegas: Do  not try to drive there without a map, and do  not forget to buy a map for Henderson at the edge of Death Valley, that's the only place they sell it,) and we wound up driving on the strip. At one point, traffic came to a standstill. Naturally, the car behind us began honking like it was going out of style. My mom threatened that, the next time he honked, she would get out, walk over, and say, "You summoned me?".

/Unfortunately, it didn't happen
//The smackdown would've been  epic
///With the smart money on my mom


CSB: My family and I were stuck in traffic leaving Bay City, MI after their famous annual fireworks show when my uncle got out of the car.  He walked ahead and started directing traffic.  We were all surprised that it worked and after we passed him a ways, he caught up to us and got back in.  He is a large man who can carry a large appliance by himself, I know this because he does for his job.

Compares little to the time the same uncle was driving grandma around when a trucker cut him off causing an incident.  The trucker got out screaming and scared my uncle too much to get out to confront, which really surprises me knowing the kind of fights my uncle has been through.  Anyway 4'10" 90 lb grandma gets out and proceeds to let the trucker have it.  The trucker then sheepishly apologizes to my uncle.  I wish I was there for this story, I didn't believe till I heard straight from uncle's mouth.
 
2013-08-27 01:25:39 AM
During the Atlanta Olympics, some of the hotels put flyers in the rooms that had helpful tips on reducing friction with the locals. One was something like: "It may be that in your home city, it is acceptable behavior to immediately begin honking your car horn when the light turns green. In the American South, horn honking is generally considered a grave personal insult. What may be commonplace behavior in New York City may, instead, result in serious injury in the Atlanta Metro area. We therefore suggest that you refrain from using the car horn unless you are in imminent danger by a driver that is not paying attention"

That one and "People will generally smile, nod and speak to you here. This is not a threat, it is considered polite behavior"
 
2013-08-27 01:44:38 AM

Smelly Pirate Hooker: FTFA:

"You can't (expletive) arrest me."

Eventually was Miller handcuffed and arrested. Miller, of the 800 block of Second Street, is charged with reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was arraigned by District Judge David Howells Jr. and was released today on $10,000 bail.

LOL. When keepin' it real goes wrong.

Also: "This is why people hate cops," from the asshole honking at people whose cars can't move because they're stuck in traffic.

Jesus, I hope on his way home from jail he stopped at the store and got the supply of diapers he clearly needs, since he's a gigantic farking baby.


No kidding. I'm just wondering what his Fark handle is.
 
2013-08-27 01:50:01 AM

Kahabut: Personally, I'd handle it differently, but then, I'm not a redneck with a self entitlement problem.


You sure fooled me. I had you pegged for a redneck with a self entitlement problem when you told me in another thread you were perfectly okay with hitting cyclists with the mirror of your vehicle. If that isn't self entitled, I don't know what is. And around here, it's very much redneck thing drive like an asshole. You seem to fit both bills quite nicely.

asshole
 
2013-08-27 01:52:35 AM

Krieghund: Honking is free speech.


According to California vehicle code it isn't. It's against the law when used in the manner this jackass was.

TMYK.
 
2013-08-27 02:00:58 AM

Kahabut: jeffowl: Kahabut: When the officer first told him he was under arrest.. what was it for?

I have a problem with this, not because the asshole got his just deserts, but because the cop was over stepping himself.

Personally, I'd handle it differently, but then, I'm not a redneck with a self entitlement problem.  And I can afford an attorney.

In most jurisdictions honking your horn when there isn't an emergency or immediate need to get another driver's attention is cause for a citation.  The cop told the guy to knock it off, essentially giving him a warning.  The guy didn't take it.

The only thing the cop may have done wrong here is skipping to arrest instead of saying "turn off your vehicle and show me your license and registration" so the cop could write the ticket for excessive honking.  When the dbag refused to do that, and I think it's likely he would have refused, then the rest of what the cop did would have been fully justified.

Would have been, in your entirely fictional series of events.  Given that those events did not take place, they are not relevant to the story at hand.

Is it perfectly reasonable to assume as you did?  Sure.  Is it reasonable for a cop to do the same?  NOPE.  In fact, it's a violation of the law, and the constitution.


Wow, not only are you a self entitled douche, you're pretty clueless too. Welcome to my ignore list.
 
2013-08-27 02:06:35 AM

fatkidinabeenie: Trance354:
moral of the story, don't forge your registration, don't drive if you can't afford to get your vehicle registered, and don't carry weed around in the car.

/how about that?
//I'm not calling you a moron, but perhaps you should think again whenever you think you have a "bright idea"

Never did I say I was right, or they were good Ideas, it was a bad time in my life I was able to turn around, My current vehicle is registered, inspected and insured, and I have been sober for over 3 years.

I am not looking for praise for finally straightening my life out, nor am I looking for pity for what I did wrong, I am merely saying the way you handle yourself goes a long way when dealing with Authority


ah, someone else who has seen the comic who espouses "first thought wrong" to all the addicts.  No praise, just a "Keep it strong, brother." mentality

/what? 3+ years now ...
//have to go check the date in my big book
///meeting in 26 minutes ... there actually IS a meeting in 26 minutes
 
2013-08-27 03:06:33 AM
i.qkme.me

MEETS

rantchick.com
 
2013-08-27 03:09:52 AM
AND, for any other fool who thinks this is a first ammendment issue, I'd like to remind you that operating a motor vehicle is NOT covered under ANY of your constitutional rights. The minute you get in the driver's seat you are bound by the laws your local and state governments have set to help ensure you operate it in a safe and prudent manner. The jackass in the article obviously was not. He should not be allowed to drive. Ever. A bus pass for him too.
 
2013-08-27 04:44:27 AM
The cop threatened to arrest him if hr didnt lay off the horn?

Wtf law was being broken?
 
2013-08-27 04:55:01 AM

TwowheelinTim: Kahabut: Personally, I'd handle it differently, but then, I'm not a redneck with a self entitlement problem.

You sure fooled me. I had you pegged for a redneck with a self entitlement problem when you told me in another thread you were perfectly okay with hitting cyclists with the mirror of your vehicle. If that isn't self entitled, I don't know what is. And around here, it's very much redneck thing drive like an asshole. You seem to fit both bills quite nicely.

asshole


Wow, not only are you a self entitled douche, you're pretty clueless too. Welcome to my ignore list.

Oh thank god.
 
2013-08-27 05:01:25 AM

The more you eat the more you fart: The cop threatened to arrest him if hr didnt lay off the horn?

Wtf law was being broken?


Apparently the one where you have to do whatever a cop tells you to do.  AKA: we are arresting you for resisting arrest.
 
2013-08-27 07:06:05 AM

Kahabut: TwowheelinTim: Kahabut: Personally, I'd handle it differently, but then, I'm not a redneck with a self entitlement problem.

You sure fooled me. I had you pegged for a redneck with a self entitlement problem when you told me in another thread you were perfectly okay with hitting cyclists with the mirror of your vehicle. If that isn't self entitled, I don't know what is. And around here, it's very much redneck thing drive like an asshole. You seem to fit both bills quite nicely.

asshole

Wow, not only are you a self entitled douche, you're pretty clueless too. Welcome to my ignore list.

Oh thank god.


Sounds like you dodged a bullet on that one, bud.  Cheers.
 
2013-08-27 07:13:49 AM

The more you eat the more you fart: The cop threatened to arrest him if hr didnt lay off the horn?

Wtf law was being broken?

PA Consolidated Statutes:
Title 18 § 5503. Disorderly conduct.
(a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if, with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creating a risk thereof, he:
(1) engages in fighting or threatening, or in violent or
tumultuous behavior;
(2) makes unreasonable noise;
(3) uses obscene language, or makes an obscene gesture;
or
(4) creates a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act which serves no legitimate purpose of the actor.
(b) Grading.--An offense under this section is a misdemeanor of the third degree if the intent of the actor is to cause substantial harm or serious inconvenience, or if he persists in disorderly conduct after reasonable warning or request to desist. Otherwise disorderly conduct is a summary offense.
(c) Definition.--As used in this section the word "public" means affecting or likely to affect persons in a place to which the public or a substantial group has access; among the places included are highways, transport facilities, schools, prisons, apartment houses, places of business or amusement, any neighborhood, or any premises which are open to the public.


As has been detailed several times in this thread, the arrested was laying on his horn in bumper to bumper traffic (unreasonable noise), used obscene language at the officer and created a hazardous condition by moving his vehicle forward when there was no room to do so and while the cop was in contact with it. It is a misdemeanor because he persisted in doing all of this after a reasonable warning was issued by the cop. By moving the vehicle, after being told that he was being detained for the disorderly conduct, this asshat violated:

§ 2705. Recklessly endangering another person.
A person commits a misdemeanor of the second degree if he recklessly engages in conduct which places or may place another person in danger of death or serious bodily injury.


and

§ 5104. Resisting arrest or other law enforcement.
A person commits a misdemeanor of the second degree if, with the intent of preventing a public servant from effecting a lawful arrest or discharging any other duty, the person creates a substantial risk of bodily injury to the public servant or anyone else, or employs means justifying or requiring substantial force to overcome the resistance.


Since the man rolled his windows up and locked the door and declared that the cop couldn't arrest him, after being told he was under arrest for the Disorderly Conduct violation, substantial force was required to remove him from the vehicle and actually place the man under arrest.

/emphasis added
 
2013-08-27 07:32:35 AM

The more you eat the more you fart: The cop threatened to arrest him if hr didnt lay off the horn?

Wtf law was being broken?


Car horns are to be used as a warning device or in emergencies, they're not for taking out your frustration in a traffic jam. Although you probably don't hear of it being enforced often, most places will either have laws directly dealing with blowing your horn for no reason or they'll simply charge you under disorderly conduct for excessive noise.
 
2013-08-27 07:35:43 AM

lack of warmth: Gyrfalcon: Egoy3k: Ok so the guy in the truck was a super douche and deserved what he got but it seems like officer ineffectual is the real reason that this got out of hand.  He couldn't get truck guy to STFU, then he couldn't convince him that he could be arrested then he tried to break his window using a bike helmet.  This guy lost control of the situation early and never even got close to getting it back.  What a pansy, he had a gun and a badge and more authority than is healthy for anybody to have and he still failed.

It's going to be uncomfortable in the cop locker room for a few months.

I'm wondering how you think he could have gotten it "under control" when Superdouche refused to obey a lawful order to STFU. Either one obeys an order or one doesn't; and after that the only OTHER option is a Tasering or a quick beatdown with a PR-24.

I can think of a couple, but the moment the officer tried out douching the superdouche is when he failed.  Grant you trying to handle a tense situation in bicycle shorts doesn't help, but staying eerily calm when someone is screaming will save you a chance of regaining control.  Having two emotionally screamers and criers will look like a pissing match to everyone else.

Deep Contact: Disappointed cop didn't empty Glock into engine.
 That would of been funny.

I guess you have never considered what would really happen if you were to try that.  I don't consider myself a gun expert, but I am sure the bullet will not penetrate the block and some shrapnel will make its way out of the engine compartment and likely strike someone.  Stop watching movies and go outside for once.


That's the funny part.
 
2013-08-27 08:43:34 AM

The more you eat the more you fart: The cop threatened to arrest him if hr didnt lay off the horn?

Wtf law was being broken?


THIS
THIS IS WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY
IT IS PEOPLE LIKE YOU.
 
2013-08-27 09:10:11 AM
So it's against the law to honk your horn now? Nice job, pigs.
 
2013-08-27 09:29:53 AM

doubled99: So it's against the law to honk your horn now? Nice job, pigs.

PA Consolidated Statutes:
Title 18 § 5503. Disorderly conduct.
(a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if, with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creating a risk thereof, he:
(1) engages in fighting or threatening, or in violent or
tumultuous behavior;
(2) makes unreasonable noise;
(3) uses obscene language, or makes an obscene gesture;
or
(4) creates a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act which serves no legitimate purpose of the actor.
(b) Grading.--An offense under this section is a misdemeanor of the third degree if the intent of the actor is to cause substantial harm or serious inconvenience, or if he persists in disorderly conduct after reasonable warning or request to desist. Otherwise disorderly conduct is a summary offense.
(c) Definition.--As used in this section the word "public" means affecting or likely to affect persons in a place to which the public or a substantial group has access; among the places included are highways, transport facilities, schools, prisons, apartment houses, places of business or amusement, any neighborhood, or any premises which are open to the public.


It always has been, douchenozzle, to honk your horn in the manner that this asshat was.
 
2013-08-27 09:32:17 AM

doubled99: So it's against the law to honk your horn now? Nice job, pigs.


it takes a lot of effort to read AND comprehend the article.....that said, it is somewhat gratifying sometimes and i recommend it to you.
 
2013-08-27 09:32:22 AM
It always has been, douchenozzle, to honk your horn in the manner that this asshat was.


Another uptight dildo who loves rules.
 
2013-08-27 09:59:16 AM

doubled99: It always has been, douchenozzle, to honk your horn in the manner that this asshat was.


Another uptight dildo who loves rules.


Actually, an uptight dildo who hates people with no reading comprehension skills.
 
2013-08-27 10:28:40 AM

aerojockey: There's really no faster way to get arrested than to tell a police officer that he can't arrest you.


Other good ones:
"Do you know who I am?"
and
"I pay your salary!"
 
2013-08-27 11:02:43 AM
fark the haters, I'd have given the cop a medal and a parade.
 
2013-08-27 11:06:48 AM
Anyone criticizing the cop has never been to a State fair, 4th of July gathering, or Nascar race and had to put up with the drunk cocksucker who belts out "Whooooo!" every 20 seconds, and stumbles to the parking lot claiming loudly "I feel like whuppin' someone's ass!" before cutting people off and driving aggressively to gain that half a car length in the long line to exit.
 
2013-08-27 03:51:23 PM

doubled99: It always has been, douchenozzle, to honk your horn in the manner that this asshat was.


Another uptight dildo who loves rules.


If it wasn't for the fact that people like you actually exist outside of the internet I'd give you a 10/10 on the troll. How do the windows taste today?
 
2013-08-27 03:55:58 PM

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Thread over
 
2013-08-27 11:50:41 PM

erewhon: tbeatty:
Actually, the order to stop honking is not a traffic warning, it's a lawful order.  Failure to obey that order is a criminal offense, not a traffic offense.

Not everything a cop tells you to do is a lawful order. "Lawful order" generally has a pretty narrow scope in most jurisdictions. Much more narrow than most cops think it is.


Generally not related to traffic.  police that say stop, go, turn left, right, stop hinking horn, etc  are lawful orders an officer can give.  Failure to obey is arrestable.
 
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