timujin: I wonder if he still got the ticket.
vpb: timujin: I wonder if he still got the ticket.No, but maybe they are saving it as a get well present.
daffy: vpb: timujin: I wonder if he still got the ticket.No, but maybe they are saving it as a get well present.He'll get the ticket and the hospital bill and have another one!
jfivealive: I don't see how people can't believe in God when miracles like this happen everyday
Headso: the real story is the cop shot him with his tazer for not complying with his demands and jolted the guy back to life.
AgentPothead: Kind of feel like the stress of being pulled over is what caused the heart attack in the first place. Not sure he would have still had one if he wasn't pulled over.
RoxtarRyan: The dead can't pay fines.
dukeblue219: This is exactly why I get pissed reading about the (rare) stories where cops do "goodwill" projects like pulling people over and giving them giftcards during the holidays. I know it's supposed to be heart-warming or whatever, but it still involves scaring the hell out of people for no reason.
Day_Old_Dutchie: RoxtarRyan: The dead can't pay fines.I was involved in a single-vehicle crash due to a life-threatening medical emergency.The cop made sure to follow the ambulance right to the ER to ensure she could give me a careless driving citation once I recovered consciousness.It cost me $800 in legal fees to get the case kicked out because I essentially wasn't at fault (but would have cost me much more in insurance for several years - apparently most insurers won't even look at you if you have one careless charge on your record)The cops around here are told they cannot let anyone off with a warning - they MUST issue a citation every time they get their fat ass out of their cruisers, or they get shiatty performance reviews from their bosses.I think the fact that traffic ticket paralegals are ALL ex-cops also has a lot to do with it.
MyNameIsMofuga: jfivealive: I don't see how people can't believe in God when miracles like this happen everydayIn 2014, it is estimated that 15,780 children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 years will be diagnosed with cancer and 1,960 will die of the disease in the United States
bullsballs: want to have freedom again?kill off all the cops and politicians now...take back the power they have stolen from the people...never happen, internet and texting have too many minds sucked in...
Godscrack: Oh, he had a heart attack. Right.Cop probably tased him.
Ex-Texan: I can't remember the comedian who said:"Those who can remember before there were cars, shouldn't drive!"
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