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Old 07-27-2005, 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by teg_to_bike
Say you pulled a man over... he happens to be a father and a husband. You notice this man wearing woman's underwear. Will he be treated and differently than a man wearing men's underwear?
i'd ask them if they were comfortable
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Originally Posted by w1n78
hope i can use it on my mac photoshop is junk compared to that





now my questions for you is: what kind of donut would help change your mind about pulling me over and what kind will make it worse? wanna know so i can always have some with me just in case
fucking jelly donut... thats the win
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how many licks does it take to get to teh center of a tootsie pop?


why do cops write tickets and hand them out when most of the time they dont even turn them in??
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Originally Posted by fdl
Ever been offered sexual favours to get out of a ticket? Ever pulled over a guy name whiskers?
yeah, i got offered a blow job by a hottie i was taking in for child abuse

she was actually hot too...

whiskers, nope
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Originally Posted by shineynitelite
how many licks does it take to get to teh center of a tootsie pop?


why do cops write tickets and hand them out when most of the time they dont even turn them in??
3... duh...


we turn them all in here... my agency is VERY busy so keeping our traffic cites up is hard enough as is
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Originally Posted by brakejobhelp
3... duh...


we turn them all in here... my agency is VERY busy so keeping our traffic cites up is hard enough as is


cuz i will get a ticket.. call the number and they wont be on file... its weird.. like they try to scare you or something
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*WHEW* im pretty much caught up, im not messing with that intersection shit... intersections in cali dont always look like that, they snug right up to the limit line... you can't do lane changes within like 200feet of an intersection here though...
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Old 07-27-2005, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by shineynitelite
cuz i will get a ticket.. call the number and they wont be on file... its weird.. like they try to scare you or something
thats the suck!

i either warn or ticket... i try to keep citations up so i'd never think of not turning a cite in...
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Can you take care of my speeding ticket? - Its from Albany, apparently I was going 21mph over the limit or something.....

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brakejobhelp for teh win!

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Originally Posted by Astroboy
brakejobhelp for teh win!

i made that thread at such a wrong time... got a call out like 2 mins after...

at least it was in hayward, which means KICK ASS mexican food
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Old 07-27-2005, 05:50 PM
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Ever play the meow game or fuck with someone you pulled over in general?
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Originally Posted by Melanie
Can you take care of my speeding ticket? - Its from Albany, apparently I was going 21mph over the limit or something.....

sure thing...




















i'll drive there asap
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Old 07-27-2005, 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by mclarenf3387
Ever play the meow game or fuck with someone you pulled over in general?
that movie gave many cops soooooo many ideas...

i've said meow once, it was on a girl who was crying b/c she had been pulled over


she was cute, i let her go
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have you responded to murder calls? suicide calls? overdose calls? fatal accident calls? industrial accident calls?

which are the hardest to deal with emotionally?
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Originally Posted by brakejobhelp
that movie gave many cops soooooo many ideas...

i've said meow once, it was on a girl who was crying b/c she had been pulled over


she was cute, i let her go

Good call, it would make my day it a cop did the meow thing....Super Troopers is packed with fun cop things to do, like the opening scene with the kids and the pot
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Old 07-27-2005, 05:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
have you responded to murder calls? suicide calls? overdose calls? fatal accident calls? industrial accident calls?

which are the hardest to deal with emotionally?
murder - yeah but its soo serious we just removed and a detective takes care of it...

suicide - yep, both attempts and completed, but usually a detective grabs these too

OD - yeah, and sadly it's the same... street cops are usually like "pre-investigators" here, b/c we're soo busy...

Fatal Accidents - we turn these over to CHP because the highway boys are way better at accidents than us...

Industrial Accidents - these are kinda rare, i've only been to one where a pipe made a man flat... pretty cool to see... (fucked up cop humor) but this went to a detective

none of those are the worst, we're pretty jaded to things and we get iron stomachs... the only things i still "feel" are kid related crimes... the worst thing i ever saw was a charred baby, head to toe, because of parental neglect... like 98% of her skin was burned, and she was alive and crying in the hospital... it still makes me sick..
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Have you ever kicked the shit out of someone for something they did? Like the parents of that baby you were talking about? I dont know if I could deal with stuff like that, I'd wanna kill them all
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Originally Posted by brakejobhelp
... pretty cool to see...

none of those are the worst, we're pretty jaded to things and we get iron stomachs... the only things i still "feel" are kid related crimes... the worst thing i ever saw was a charred baby, head to toe, because of parental neglect... like 98% of her skin was burned, and she was alive and crying in the hospital... it still makes me sick..
the cool to see stuff i can identify with, i don't see it as a fucked up sense of humour.

I also understand and hadn't thought of a situation as horrific as you describe here.

Sounds like you're a pretty down to earth guy, i'm sure that helps you stay connected.
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Serious question:

What is the percentage of people you pull over for traffic violations that end up getting a ticket?
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Old 07-27-2005, 06:04 PM
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Good save on the thread
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Old 07-27-2005, 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Melanie
Have you ever kicked the shit out of someone for something they did? Like the parents of that baby you were talking about? I dont know if I could deal with stuff like that, I'd wanna kill them all
no, actually... i've wanted to, but i respect my power
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Originally Posted by Astroboy
the cool to see stuff i can identify with, i don't see it as a fucked up sense of humour.

I also understand and hadn't thought of a situation as horrific as you describe here.

Sounds like you're a pretty down to earth guy, i'm sure that helps you stay connected.
i try, its tough... you find yourself prejudging so much because we really are right most of the time with our assumptions... but we try to remember everyone *is* different...
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Originally Posted by cob3683
Serious question:

What is the percentage of people you pull over for traffic violations that end up getting a ticket?
33%, seriously, i average about 1/3 tickets vs warnings
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most people i ticket talk themselves INTO a ticket...

heres a tip... if a cop approaches your car, takes your license, walks back to his car, and then comes back to you with your license, you probably are not getting a ticket.. (SO BE QUIET and let us say "dont do this again you're causing an unsafe situation blah blah blah)...
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Are you more likely to endorse the Valentine One or the Escort Passport?
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Originally Posted by teg_to_bike
Are you more likely to endorse the Valentine One or the Escort Passport?
i like the passport, the v1 seems too stuck on the directional radar thing...

but i dont use one either, i dont really *need* one

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heh nice:

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Now I wish I had a serious question to ask

Good save brakejobhelp....
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what's the stupidest thing you've busted somebody for or witnessed?
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Can a cop take my license from me after he pulls me over
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I take back what I said earlier about this being the worst. thread. ever.

I drive a blue TL

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what's the stupidest thing you've busted somebody for or witnessed?
damm, um, probably hitting his wife while she was in cuffs right in front of me...
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Can a cop take my license from me after he pulls me over
if it's suspended he can
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I take back what I said earlier about this being the worst. thread. ever.

I drive a blue TL

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How strict are you with someone you see smoking pot? to What extent would you let them go?
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How strict are you with someone you see smoking pot? to What extent would you let them go?
unless they have a dr card I have never cited or arrested for posession, i just destroy it on site and let them go... with most kids this is preferred to their parents knowing

i will almost always bust for sales though...

and *ALWAYS* for driving under the influence of ANYTHING.... my words are "I dont give a fuck about you, if you wanna hit a tree feel free too... but you're endangering everyone else, and thats why you're going to jail"
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damm, um, probably hitting his wife while she was in cuffs right in front of me...
yup, that's downright foolish. i'm sure he was taken in.
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yup, that's downright foolish. i'm sure he was taken in.
he actually looked right at me and said... "Aww Fuck!" and then turned around and waited for me to cuff him
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If I get a ticket, can you make it disappear?
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