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(KTVU Bay Area News)   The California Highway Patrol has rolled out their new 'Click-It or Ticket' campaign by doing what? A) Going to schools to teach seat-belt safety. B) Producing a commercial or C) Releasing a hip-hop song to promote safe driving habits   ( divider line
    More: Silly, California Highway Patrol, seat belts  
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2014-05-17 08:42:34 PM  
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Don't Copy That Floppy What They're Doing In That Jalopy
2014-05-17 10:11:54 PM  
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2014-05-17 10:55:35 PM  
where is this song?  would have been nice to see a link?
2014-05-17 10:59:17 PM  
I have a few really early memories, one of which is being thrown forward in the back seat of a 1982 S10 Blazer. So I was 4 or 5, carseats for that age group wasn't a thing in the mid 80s. It wasn't even a crash, just emergency breaking. But to this day I won't ride without a belt. Neither as driver or passenger.

/I seem to also remember seeing Return of The Jedi opening weekend.
2014-05-17 10:59:21 PM  
Mr. Cool ICE approves.
2014-05-17 11:00:32 PM  

That's farking mesmerizing. I'm scared.
2014-05-17 11:01:02 PM  
Do you remember that anti-smoking psa from the late 80s (I think): smoking is so gross - smoking gonna give you dog breath - smoking is so dumb...

Or is it just me that heard that during Saturday morning cartoons?
2014-05-17 11:08:27 PM  
Why not? It worked so well for the 1985 Chicago Bears...
2014-05-17 11:10:17 PM  
Unless you include lyrics about blasting punks and pimpin' hos, I don't think the kids are going to listen.

Call it a hunch.
2014-05-17 11:14:39 PM  
Of course, hip hop is the only language today's kids understand. They are, after all, catering to their target audience.
2014-05-17 11:26:54 PM  
Hey kids, on behalf of our plea agreement with the LA County Prosecutor's office and kicking it with the CHP po po, we're here to talk to you today about seat belt safety!

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2014-05-17 11:27:39 PM  
Click it!!
Click it good!!
Click it!!
C-c-click it real good!!
2014-05-17 11:29:14 PM  
That's better than half the crap out there that masquerades as "hip hop" these days.
2014-05-18 12:32:53 AM  
Ahhh... the old click it or ticket safety money generating plan.
2014-05-18 12:36:01 AM  
I can see the bottom of the barrel from here
2014-05-18 12:37:43 AM  
No! I am not going to play that song and you can't make me. :p
2014-05-18 12:54:56 AM  

kwirlkarphys: where is this song?  would have been nice to see a link?

The Link ,You mean the kink.
The one you feel in your neck after they beat the snot outta ya with their  batons ,Right?
2014-05-18 02:27:02 AM  
I like... big... BELTS and I can not lie!
You other drivers can't deny!
When you slide in a seat with a big old strap
across the shoulder and around your lap

/In all seriousness, I have no problem with this providing the song isn't completely awful.
2014-05-18 06:04:09 AM  
This isn't a new campaign. I earned a CITI violation 7 years ago for buckling up just outside my driveway.
2014-05-18 08:27:04 AM  
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2014-05-18 07:13:17 PM  
This campaign has been going on for years. I think they reached saturation a long time ago and only complete retards don't buckle up when in the car.

And we would probably be better off without them on the roads.

In short ... stop wasting tax dollars on this crap.
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