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Re: How to Get Out of a Speeding Ticket

On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

> http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2…

> Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
> at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
> lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
> home ahead of a bladder emergency.

> "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.

Seems unlikely.  If you’ve already pissed yourself,  the "emergency"
is past.

And the cited people are rank rookies.  There are methods to talk your
way out of a ticket for a "reasonable" excess of velocity, and these
people obviously don’t know them.
 —–

- gpsman

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12 Responses to “Re: How to Get Out of a Speeding Ticket”

  1. admin says:

    I read a book once that recommended men buy a shirt with a Roman collar
    or at least some sort of somber black outfit, and place a large Bible
    prominently in the back seat.  Maybe a religious medallion hanging off
    the rear view mirror or a Christian fish symbol on the bumper.  Don’t
    tell the cop you’re a priest, but let him assume it.  The author says
    priests rarely get ticketed.

    How you implement this if you’re a hippie-ish guy or have tattoos or
    have kids bouncing around in the back seat I don’t know.

    John

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    gpsman wrote:
    > On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2

    >> Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
    >> at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
    >> lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
    >> home ahead of a bladder emergency.

    >> "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.

    > Seems unlikely.  If you’ve already pissed yourself,  the "emergency"
    > is past.

    > And the cited people are rank rookies.  There are methods to talk your
    > way out of a ticket for a "reasonable" excess of velocity, and these
    > people obviously don’t know them.
    >  —–

    > – gpsman

    Von Herzen, moge es wieder zu Herzen gehen.  –Beethoven

  2. admin says:

    gpsman wrote:
    >On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2

    >> Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
    >> at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
    >> lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
    >> home ahead of a bladder emergency.

    >> "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.

    >Seems unlikely.  If you’ve already pissed yourself,  the "emergency"
    >is past.

    Ever consider the possibility that the driver pissed themselves after
    they got stopped?

    Oops, that would require intelligence; a trait you’re obviously
    missing.

    >And the cited people are rank rookies.  There are methods to talk your
    >way out of a ticket for a "reasonable" excess of velocity, and these
    >people obviously don’t know them.
    > —–

    >- gpsman

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    : http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618

  3. admin says:

    The Man Behind The Curtain wrote:

    >I read a book once that recommended men buy a shirt with a Roman collar
    >or at least some sort of somber black outfit, and place a large Bible
    >prominently in the back seat.  Maybe a religious medallion hanging off
    >the rear view mirror or a Christian fish symbol on the bumper.  Don’t
    >tell the cop you’re a priest, but let him assume it.  The author says
    >priests rarely get ticketed.

    >How you implement this if you’re a hippie-ish guy or have tattoos or
    >have kids bouncing around in the back seat I don’t know.

    Well, if there are kids back there, you could always profess to being
    Catholic.

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    >John

    >gpsman wrote:
    >> On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >>> http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2

    >>> Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
    >>> at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
    >>> lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
    >>> home ahead of a bladder emergency.

    >>> "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.

    >> Seems unlikely.  If you’ve already pissed yourself,  the "emergency"
    >> is past.

    >> And the cited people are rank rookies.  There are methods to talk your
    >> way out of a ticket for a "reasonable" excess of velocity, and these
    >> people obviously don’t know them.
    >>  —–

    >> – gpsman

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    : http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618

  4. admin says:

    On Oct 3, 6:13 pm, "Murderous Speeding Drunken Distracted Driver

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    (Hector Goldstein)" <drunk_and_distracted@the_wheel.com> wrote:
    > gpsman wrote:
    > >On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > >>http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2

    > >> Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
    > >> at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
    > >> lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
    > >> home ahead of a bladder emergency.

    > >> "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.

    > >Seems unlikely.  If you’ve already pissed yourself,  the "emergency"
    > >is past.

    > Ever consider the possibility that the driver pissed themselves after
    > they got stopped?

    > Oops, that would require intelligence; a trait you’re obviously
    > missing.

    Oops, the event is still moot, since it has passed.

    You do have significant problems understanding "time", don’t you?
     —–

    - gpsman

  5. admin says:

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    gpsman wrote:
    >On Oct 3, 6:13 pm, "Murderous Speeding Drunken Distracted Driver
    >(Hector Goldstein)" <drunk_and_distracted@the_wheel.com> wrote:
    >> gpsman wrote:
    >> >On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> >>http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2

    >> >> Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
    >> >> at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
    >> >> lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
    >> >> home ahead of a bladder emergency.

    >> >> "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.

    >> >Seems unlikely.  If you’ve already pissed yourself,  the "emergency"
    >> >is past.

    >> Ever consider the possibility that the driver pissed themselves after
    >> they got stopped?

    >> Oops, that would require intelligence; a trait you’re obviously
    >> missing.

    >Oops, the event is still moot, since it has passed.

    You’re the one that asked the question, after the event.

    >You do have significant problems understanding "time", don’t you?

    Not in the least.

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    : http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618

  6. admin says:

    On Oct 2, 10:30 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > http://autos.aol.com/article/general/v2/_a/tough-states-for-tickets/2

    > Then there’s the guy who always drives around with a full water bottle
    > at the ready. Anytime he’s pulled over, he pours a little out onto his
    > lap, and then tells the approaching officer he’s been trying to rush
    > home ahead of a bladder emergency.

    > "He always gets out of tickets," Carrol says.
    > —
    > MFFYCam Videos Galore:http://www.geocities.com/mffycam/http://slothkills.blip.tv/

    Probably wouldn’t work in my area…the wet pants could raise
    suspicion of DUI.  After all, you only *rent* beer.

  7. admin says:

    On Oct 3, 12:42 pm, The Man Behind The Curtain <no…@earthlink.net>
    wrote:

    > I read a book once that recommended men buy a shirt with a Roman collar
    > or at least some sort of somber black outfit, and place a large Bible
    > prominently in the back seat.  Maybe a religious medallion hanging off
    > the rear view mirror or a Christian fish symbol on the bumper.  Don’t
    > tell the cop you’re a priest, but let him assume it.  The author says
    > priests rarely get ticketed.

    (snip-a-bit)
    > —

    > Von Herzen, moge es wieder zu Herzen gehen.  –Beethoven- Hide quoted text –

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    not sure about that one…I’ve seen way too many drivers with
    religious emblems plastered on the vehicles, driving like the Devil.

  8. admin says:

     Scott in SoCal:

    > MLOM <gr…@netzero.net> said in rec.autos.driving:

    > >I’ve seen way too many drivers with
    > >religious emblems plastered on the vehicles, driving like the Devil.

    > The ones with the regular pisces symbol are bad, but the ones with the
    > "TRUTH" fish eating a Darwin fish are an order of magnitude worse.
    > MUCH more aggressive and MFFY.

    Actually, I find them all (the pisces symbol people, the "Darwin fish,"
    people and the "TRUTH," people) to be equally irritating.


    "Thou shalt keep thy religion to thy self!"
                         –George Carlin

  9. admin says:

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    MLOM wrote:
    >On Oct 3, 12:42 pm, The Man Behind The Curtain <no…@earthlink.net>
    >wrote:
    >> I read a book once that recommended men buy a shirt with a Roman collar
    >> or at least some sort of somber black outfit, and place a large Bible
    >> prominently in the back seat.  Maybe a religious medallion hanging off
    >> the rear view mirror or a Christian fish symbol on the bumper.  Don’t
    >> tell the cop you’re a priest, but let him assume it.  The author says
    >> priests rarely get ticketed.

    >(snip-a-bit)
    >> —

    >> Von Herzen, moge es wieder zu Herzen gehen.  –Beethoven- Hide quoted text –

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    >not sure about that one…I’ve seen way too many drivers with
    >religious emblems plastered on the vehicles, driving like the Devil.

    A preacher I once spoke with told me that she would not place
    religious emblems on her car; she alluded to the fact that too many
    drivers pissed her off.

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    : http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618

  10. admin says:

    necromancer wrote:
    > Scott in SoCal:
    >> MLOM <gr…@netzero.net> said in rec.autos.driving:

    >> >I’ve seen way too many drivers with
    >> >religious emblems plastered on the vehicles, driving like the Devil.

    >> The ones with the regular pisces symbol are bad, but the ones with the
    >> "TRUTH" fish eating a Darwin fish are an order of magnitude worse.
    >> MUCH more aggressive and MFFY.

    >Actually, I find them all (the pisces symbol people, the "Darwin fish,"
    >people and the "TRUTH," people) to be equally irritating.

    Wadya do when you fidn a vehicle with all three? A friend of mine has
    all of them on his trunk deck, just to confuse folk.

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    : http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618

  11. admin says:

    On Oct 4, 6:45 pm, "Murderous Speeding Drunken Distracted Driver

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    (Hector Goldstein)" <drunk_and_distracted@the_wheel.com> wrote:
    > necromancer wrote:
    > > Scott in SoCal:
    > >> MLOM <gr…@netzero.net> said in rec.autos.driving:

    > >> >I’ve seen way too many drivers with
    > >> >religious emblems plastered on the vehicles, driving like the Devil.

    > >> The ones with the regular pisces symbol are bad, but the ones with the
    > >> "TRUTH" fish eating a Darwin fish are an order of magnitude worse.
    > >> MUCH more aggressive and MFFY.

    > >Actually, I find them all (the pisces symbol people, the "Darwin fish,"
    > >people and the "TRUTH," people) to be equally irritating.

    > Wadya do when you fidn a vehicle with all three? A friend of mine has
    > all of them on his trunk deck, just to confuse folk.

    > —

    > "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    > the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    > :http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    > "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    > I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    > :http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618

    I’d think anyone with all three would be as confused as…yes…no
    surprise…Aunt Judy.

    "My war buddy had a cross, a Star of David, a mini-Buddha and a St.
    Christopher symbol around his neck.  I asked him about them, and he
    just said, ‘I believe.’  ’Believe in what?’  ’When you’re in this
    situation, you don’t take chances against any of them." -Mike Warnke
    (paraphrased)

  12. admin says:

    Scott in SoCal wrote:
    >"Murderous Speeding Drunken Distracted Driver (Hector Goldstein)"
    ><drunk_and_distracted@the_wheel.com> said in rec.autos.driving:

    >>>Actually, I find them all (the pisces symbol people, the "Darwin fish,"
    >>>people and the "TRUTH," people) to be equally irritating.

    >>Wadya do when you fidn a vehicle with all three? A friend of mine has
    >>all of them on his trunk deck, just to confuse folk.

    >So his driving is three orders of magnitude worse than people with
    >just the Pisces?

    Quite the opposite, actually; I trust his driving much more than the
    majority of folks I’ve ridden with.

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s homosexuallity:
    the guys at the bath-house stopped laughing at my 3 inch weenie.
    : http://groups-beta.google.com/group/rec.autos.driving/msg/168e8e621dd

    "Speeders And Drunk Drivers Are MURDERERS" brags of it’s ability to operate a vehicle:
    I must be doing something right to go 3 1/2 years without a fatal crash.
    : http://groups.google.com/group/misc.transport.road/msg/a376114ee8a618