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JosephFinn: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaah, other people are breaking the law too, so you shouldn't ticket me! Waaaaaaaaaaaah, there are more serious crimes!The dipshiat deserved his ticket for going out of his way to be a dick.
Abox: Nothing to see here sheeple!/get it? sheep people. because sheep with the wool and people with the thing.
Tat'dGreaser: Wait a minute, at what point does he start recording? If it's after he's been stopped by the officer, we're supposed to take his word that he didn't do anything wrong? Most police officers will give you a break if you're not a dick.
Beerguy: 1. Block one direction of bike path.2. Incense bicyclists who call you on it.3.Ticket them because they are arguing with you.4. City Profit!
ExperianScaresCthulhu: Tat'dGreaser: Wait a minute, at what point does he start recording? If it's after he's been stopped by the officer, we're supposed to take his word that he didn't do anything wrong? Most police officers will give you a break if you're not a dick.That doesn't apply to everyone, at all.
Deathfrogg: Cops who do this sort of thing are not really interested in fighting crime. They're interested in the power the badge gives them. They're basically lazy and go for the low hanging fruit. Such individuals are often lackadaisical with other aspects of the job and this can easily be seen by superiors who are conscious of their subordinates behavior and trained to observe their working habits outside of just keeping the positions filled and their own positions protected from scrutiny, especially when their own position is dependent on a conscientious application of the rules and responsibilities of the job.These people need to be weeded out early in their careers, they are unsuitable for for the work."All governments suffer a recurring problem: Power attracts pathological personalities. It is not that power corrupts but that it is magnetic to the corruptable. Such people have a tendency to become drunk on violence, a condition to which they are quickly addicted."- Frank Herbert, Chapterhouse Dune
ZAZ: Welcome to equal treatment, two wheeled road-sharers.