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(Poughkeepsie Journal)   If you're wanted for stealing a million bucks from your client, maybe you want to make sure you set a little of that aside to make sure your car's got an up-to-date inspection sticker   (poughkeepsiejournal.com) divider line 15
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2014-02-06 12:52:27 PM  
Or at least make sure it's still the same color.

In NYS, the inspection stickers change color every year.  If you travel almost all highway, it's a good bet that you can go past the expiration date on your car until the new year, when the color changes.  That's because a police officer isn't going to be able to see the little hole in the sticker denoting the month it expired when you drive past at 65 MPH.  They can, however, see that it's the wrong color.

Then, you either have to get the car inspected, or resort to subterfuges like piling snow up on your car and making sure the inspection sticker is obscured.

Which works, until there isn't any snow.
 
2014-02-06 01:58:38 PM  
 
2014-02-06 01:59:29 PM  
Ah, the old 'swipe the money from the client account'...probably gets more lawyers disbarred than any other offense.
 
2014-02-06 02:04:39 PM  
I'm going to give a continuing legal education presentation on client trust accounting in a month, so i'm getting a kick.
 
2014-02-06 02:08:01 PM  
Was he sending postcards to Jimmy Serrano?
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2014-02-06 02:08:44 PM  
Surprised they didn't pull him over for picking his feet.
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2014-02-06 02:50:47 PM  
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2014-02-06 03:00:45 PM  

dittybopper: Or at least make sure it's still the same color.

In NYS, the inspection stickers change color every year.  If you travel almost all highway, it's a good bet that you can go past the expiration date on your car until the new year, when the color changes.  That's because a police officer isn't going to be able to see the little hole in the sticker denoting the month it expired when you drive past at 65 MPH.  They can, however, see that it's the wrong color.

Then, you either have to get the car inspected, or resort to subterfuges like piling snow up on your car and making sure the inspection sticker is obscured.

Which works, until there isn't any snow.


In a pinch, dead leaves will work in the fall.
 
2014-02-06 03:25:16 PM  
TFA is tl;dr

/bullet points next time please
 
2014-02-06 03:28:03 PM  

under a mountain: dittybopper: Or at least make sure it's still the same color.

In NYS, the inspection stickers change color every year.  If you travel almost all highway, it's a good bet that you can go past the expiration date on your car until the new year, when the color changes.  That's because a police officer isn't going to be able to see the little hole in the sticker denoting the month it expired when you drive past at 65 MPH.  They can, however, see that it's the wrong color.

Then, you either have to get the car inspected, or resort to subterfuges like piling snow up on your car and making sure the inspection sticker is obscured.

Which works, until there isn't any snow.

In a pinch, dead leaves will work in the fall.


I'm gonna GE a tree that grows perfectly rectangular leaves of different colors.

/or take something that makes me see them
 
2014-02-06 03:46:03 PM  

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2014-02-06 12:52:27 PM
Or at least make sure it's still the same color.

In NYS, the inspection stickers change color every year. If you travel almost all highway, it's a good bet that you can go past the expiration date on your car until the new year, when the color changes. That's because a police officer isn't going to be able to see the little hole in the sticker denoting the month it expired when you drive past at 65 MPH. They can, however, see that it's the wrong color.

Then, you either have to get the car inspected, or resort to subterfuges like piling snow up on your car and making sure the inspection sticker is obscured.

Which works, until there isn't any snow.


I used the old "wave to draw their attention" away from it.

Worked for a couple of years.

/I was a junkie and didn't have the money to get it done. Better now.
 
2014-02-06 03:49:54 PM  
Easier and cheaper to register the car somewhere that doesn't have smog checks or all the BS.

Of course if you ripped off over a million bucks, you should have left the damn country, moved to Thailand, Venezuela or Nicaragua or somewhere else nice and retired.
 
2014-02-06 05:24:44 PM  
ALLEGEDLY
 
2014-02-06 05:30:58 PM  
Pennsylvania you just need a box of Marlboros that are the right color. Unless you have emissions, then you need two boxes. Good luck with that.
 
2014-02-06 09:21:27 PM  

under a mountain: dittybopper: Or at least make sure it's still the same color.

In NYS, the inspection stickers change color every year.  If you travel almost all highway, it's a good bet that you can go past the expiration date on your car until the new year, when the color changes.  That's because a police officer isn't going to be able to see the little hole in the sticker denoting the month it expired when you drive past at 65 MPH.  They can, however, see that it's the wrong color.

Then, you either have to get the car inspected, or resort to subterfuges like piling snow up on your car and making sure the inspection sticker is obscured.

Which works, until there isn't any snow.

In a pinch, dead leaves will work in the fall.


I thought about taking a picture of a valid one and printing it out. Would probably work.
 
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