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(Gawker)   "I pulled you over because you went through a stoplight. Can I see your license?" "It's in my wallet, the one that says bad motherfarker." "I have to let you go now"   (gawker.com) divider line 113
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2014-05-16 05:36:54 AM

Shadow Blasko: tonygotskilz: My favorite was when I got pulled over doing 88 in a car that only had a Speedo that went to 80 (94 Mercury tracer which was the ford escort for those poor people who couldn't afford the mercury model). He asked me how fast I was going and I knew It was well over the 80 mark as the speedo was covering the M in MPH at the bottom of speedo on its way back around to 0. I looked at the cop and look at the dash then looked back at the cop and shrugged, pointed at the dash and said, ummm faster than that, pointing at 80.

When I was 17 I got pulled over going about 90 in a 55 (Because... when I was 17 .. that was the speed limit on all the damned highways) because I was late to work. Ohio State Highway Patrolman walks up to the car and says "Do you know how fast you were going?" ... Figuring I was gonna get the worst anyway .. I said "No sir, officer, the speedo in this thing only goes up to 85"

He actually laughed.

/I got off with a warning, but mostly because I told him where I worked and what the consequences to the kids would be if I was not there in 10 minutes. He had me follow him at 90. It was great.

//Ride operator at Kings Island back then.


This can't be true.  Really?

A cop with a sense of humor and also thought ride operator at an amusement park was worthy of a police escort?

Jesus farking Christ.

If I were a cop, I might have chuckled at your joke and then would have written you a ticket anyway.

One time when I got pulled over for speeding, the first thing the cop said was "Have you ever been arrested?"

He didn't arrest me, but for a few minutes I was pretty sure he was going to.  105 in a 55.  That might have been a little too fast.
 
2014-05-16 06:27:46 AM
Someone with a wallet that says"badmother farker" on it is probably a poser biatch.
 
2014-05-16 08:26:18 AM

SquiggsIN: tonygotskilz:

Surely your police officers have a database to reference.  A database that tells them when and where and why you've been pulled over/ticketed in the past.   Perhaps the reason you get so many tickets (90% of the time) is because you have a habit of driving recklessly.


No, no..... it's ONLY because he's black....    *eyeroll
 
2014-05-16 08:46:33 AM
So he knows all his rights, yet goes through red lights all the time...

That is one guy who they should have played the "stop resisting" beat em up with.
 
2014-05-16 09:36:15 AM

rbuzby: Last time I got pulled over the cop told me I was going 50 in a 35 zone, and I was so surprised I exclaimed "what!?" since I thought It was more like 42 or so.  He got real mad real fast and started yelling stuff like "your telling me I don't know how to do my job?"  I grovelled and apologized 5 or 6 times and then he let me go, since he was on his way to get some lunch.


Reminds me of a scene in The Sarah Silverman Program.

Sarah is out driving while drinking bottles of cough syrup. Cut to her waking up to a cop tapping on her window (with her having orange crusted lips and empty bottles of cough syrup on the dash board.

Cop: Ma'am, do you know why I am standing here?
Sarah: ....Because you got all C's in highschool?
 
2014-05-16 09:45:29 AM

MythDragon: rbuzby: Last time I got pulled over the cop told me I was going 50 in a 35 zone, and I was so surprised I exclaimed "what!?" since I thought It was more like 42 or so.  He got real mad real fast and started yelling stuff like "your telling me I don't know how to do my job?"  I grovelled and apologized 5 or 6 times and then he let me go, since he was on his way to get some lunch.

Reminds me of a scene in The Sarah Silverman Program.

Sarah is out driving while drinking bottles of cough syrup. Cut to her waking up to a cop tapping on her window (with her having orange crusted lips and empty bottles of cough syrup on the dash board.

Cop: Ma'am, do you know why I am standing here?
Sarah: ....Because you got all C's in highschool?


I always thought she was hot.  I'd love to grab a bottle of depilatory cream and a gallon of olive oil and just go to town in a kiddy pool.
 
2014-05-16 10:15:26 AM

jtown: In what world do you treat a red light like a stop sign?  I can only think of two legitimate scenarios.  1) Turning right after stopping (and there's no sign that says "no right turn on red").  2) The sensor is malfunctioning and fails to sense your vehicle.  I had that happen plenty of times during my motorcycling days.  If you're going straight or making a left turn and there's no malfunction, you sit there until it turns green.

Okay, there's also the third scenario where you're driving through an area where it's too dangerous to stop at night.


There's been a few times at about 2:30am on a weekday, on a road with long clear lines of sight and NO traffic what so ever. Then I might say 'fark it' and go.

There's been several times that I've had to run a left red on a motorcycle though. I think the (VA) law states that you have to sit through 2 or 3 cycles first. I always went at the 2nd cycle.
 
2014-05-16 10:30:53 AM
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2014-05-16 10:57:43 AM
Nobody's mentioned him biting his fingernails, reaching into his mouth to retrieve them, and flicking them around the car.
 
2014-05-16 11:55:52 AM
I've got to get hubby that wallet. Got pulled over because the light over the tag had burned out. Tag is his birthday month, April, his birthday was on the 4th, you have a 10 day grace period, and it was the 15th. Left with a $130 ticket because his registration was "officially" expired. Most cops will grace you out for that month. Not here. Budget cuts cost everyone.
 
2014-05-16 01:41:02 PM

Fark like a Barsoomian: I wouldn't normally admit this on the internet, but Fark doesn't have downvotes. All I can get is no votes and nasty responses, so here goes:

That movie was terrible. It was almost never funny (and violence can, sometimes, be funny). Tarrantino is absolute shiat and I hope he shoots himself for being terrible.


I feel the same way about fight club.

shrug.
 
2014-05-16 02:09:45 PM

Kahabut: Fark like a Barsoomian: I wouldn't normally admit this on the internet, but Fark doesn't have downvotes. All I can get is no votes and nasty responses, so here goes:

That movie was terrible. It was almost never funny (and violence can, sometimes, be funny). Tarrantino is absolute shiat and I hope he shoots himself for being terrible.

I feel the same way about fight club.

shrug.


I am Jack's raging indignation.
 
2014-05-16 06:12:02 PM
Csb:

In prolly '95 in Tucson, I got pulled over for 65 in a 35 at 11pm. Cop came up and ordered me out of the car.

Cop said, "license, registration, and insurance". I said,"here is my license, but my registration and insurance is in the counsel under my .45."

Cop said, "ok, license will do"

/still got the ticket
//cool on cop
 
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