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  • Maybe if the groom had a little more Modern Love, he would've made it.
  • SnarfVader: Maybe if the groom had a little more Modern Love, he would've made it.


    Your post both terrifies me and makes me party.
  • Sybarite: SnarfVader: Maybe if the groom had a little more Modern Love, he would've made it.

    Your post both terrifies me and makes me party.


    Put your trust in God and Man.
  • Timothy N. Thompson

    He's dynamite.
  • ♪♫♪ It's like cha-E-ains, on your wedding day... ♪♫♪
  • Wasn't this a country song?
  • Great, now I'm going to spend the rest of the day trying to get that song out of my head...thanks a lot subby-bastard
  • minoridiot: Sybarite: SnarfVader: Maybe if the groom had a little more Modern Love, he would've made it.

    Your post both terrifies me and makes me party.

    Put your trust in God and Man.


    God and Man do not believe in Modern Love.
  • Church on time.
    Terrifies me.
    Church on time.
    Makes me party.
    Church on time.
    Puts my trust in God and man,
  • i smell cheese. i would think the wedding party would keep track of everyone during the day and someone notice the groom was missing and track him down and change the time of the wedding if needed.
  • 100 is an arrestin'? What was it, a 25-mph zone?

    And here's a tip: If you are ever wondering what you should say when the traffic cop asks if you are in a hurry, the correct answer is "no". Let them know that you didn't mean to do it, and that you made a mistake.

    /experience
  • nytmare: 100 is an arrestin'? What was it, a 25-mph zone?

    And here's a tip: If you are ever wondering what you should say when the traffic cop asks if you are in a hurry, the correct answer is "no". Let them know that you didn't mean to do it, and that you made a mistake.

    /experience


    Sure, of you want to look like an out of control maniac.

    Here's a tip: when a traffic cop asks if you know how fast you were going, tell the truth. He knows how fast you were going. Telling him you were going the speed limit isn't going to make him question the speed gun.

    /experience, and many more warnings than tickets
    //also helps to be white
  • the question is... did he see the paperboy?
  • SnarfVader: Maybe if the groom had a little more Modern Love, he would've made it.


    Don'tcha mean Radar Love?
  • mcmnky: Here's a tip: when a traffic cop asks if you know how fast you were going, tell the truth. He knows how fast you were going. Telling him you were going the speed limit isn't going to make him question the speed gun.

    /experience, and many more warnings than tickets
    //also helps to be white


    The thing is, they never ask that question, ever, because they already know how fast they think you were going and they are not going to give you any room to cast doubt on that assumption. They know before they even get out of their car whether they are going to write you a ticket or not (they are) and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.
  • mcmnky: Here's a tip: when a traffic cop asks if you know how fast you were going, tell the truth. He knows how fast you were going. Telling him you were going the speed limit isn't going to make him question the speed gun.

    /experience, and many more warnings than tickets
    //also helps to be white


    I once got out of a ticket partially because I made the cop lose his shiat laughing when he asked me if I knew how fast I was going and I said (as politely and remorseful as I could manage) "No sir officer, my speedometer only goes to 85"

    /Wayyy back in 1990
  • StrangeQ: mcmnky: Here's a tip: when a traffic cop asks if you know how fast you were going, tell the truth. He knows how fast you were going. Telling him you were going the speed limit isn't going to make him question the speed gun.

    /experience, and many more warnings than tickets
    //also helps to be white

    The thing is, they never ask that question, ever, because they already know how fast they think you were going and they are not going to give you any room to cast doubt on that assumption. They know before they even get out of their car whether they are going to write you a ticket or not (they are) and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.


    They ask you that question so they can either A.) catch you in a lie or B.) get you to admit to a crime (most people when they're speeding, say 70 in a 55, will say something like "oh I was going uh, you know, 60"). This gives them ammunition to use against you in court should they want grounds to search your car or if you appeal the ticket, etc.

    Cops are good at using things like that to trick you into waiving your rights. "You don't mind if I search your car, do you?"
  • The point is, the guy wanted to get caught.

    There's more freedom being single in jail than being married on the outside.
  • From the headline: "released from jail the day of your wedding"

    Doesn't the Constitution protect us from cruel and unusual punishment?
  • What, no "My Fair Lady" references yet?
  • Was the church on Cumberland road?

    /Here we are doing only 95
    //What's the matter with you man
    ///I thought you said you could drive
  • nytmare: 100 is an arrestin'?


    This.

    In Pennsylvania you're looking at a 15 day suspension for 91+ (31+ in a 55 or 26+ in a 65) but I don't think they can arrest (in the take to jail sense) you for it and that's only if the administrative hearing officer gives it to you. We don't really have "criminal" speeding like other states.

    In Virginia, it's misdemeanor reckless driving at 80 no matter what. Talk about draconian.
  • texdent: Wasn't this a country song?


    Church on Cumberland Road
  • mcmnky: The point is, the guy wanted to get caught.

    There's more freedom being single in jail than being married on the outside.


    Can I Get an Amen Brothers?!?!
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