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Like to hear some good speeding tickets and excuses since people get mad when they let me go. Doing 120mph in N.J in my M3 and got off and when I'm racing someone I always let them pull me over and tell the other guy to keep going.

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"With great power,comes great responsibility"

Take it to the track., street racing is for kids!!Like Hulk Hogan's

Tell your friend in his chevy cobalt to grow up, you have nothing to prove!!

I'll run ya!! on the track!!

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First, I don't condone street racing...but...in my 38 years of driving, I did get one speeding ticket, about 3 years ago. I did 60 in a 45 in Georgia and got an $80 ticket. Reason - I didn't see the reduced speed limit sign due to a passing tractor-trailer. Is that a boring story or what?? :lol:

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Like to hear some good speeding tickets and excuses since people get mad when they let me go. Doing 120mph in N.J in my M3 and got off and when I'm racing someone I always let them pull me over and tell the other guy to keep going.

 

 

I don't quite get what you're trying to put down. You say you get pulled over all the time but never get a ticket? You on the job or something or are you a chick with a big rack?

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I don't quite get what you're trying to put down. You say you get pulled over all the time but never get a ticket? You on the job or something or are you a chick with a big rack?

 

Nah, he's a NY cop and uses his "BadgeAmericard" to get out of tickets! Doesn't work a lot of places any more with the caliber of young cops on the road now days...Professional Courtesy went a long way back in the old days, but these new kids don't have a clue about what that is any more...They want to enforce the law to the letter of the law and no one is going to break their laws!!!

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My buddies Captain/NYPD got pulled over in the Carolinas doing 80, he flashed the Captains shield, the trooper said,"thats nice, but you arent a Captain here, license and registration!"

 

he got written.

Now thats some cold fish jack!

 

From my understanding - and it has been many years since my family has been in the medical field - medical personnel used to get off more than law enforcement. My uncle (as well as another uncle and my aunt) was a Paramedic and rescue diver for many years. He was always talking about getting out of tickets. I know for a fact when my grandmother was on her death bed about 20 years ago we ran from Winnsboro TX to Broken Bow OK in excess of 100 mph to pick up a family member. He just kept calling ahead on his radio that he had in his (get this) Dodge Shelby Charger.

 

My buddy has a wife who was an RN for many years and all they did was hang a stethoscope on the mirror all the time. He was always telling me they got out of tickets and the majority of the time the officer said "we might need your services one of these days".

 

I don't know if that's true anymore.

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The last speeding ticket I got was in 1976, I do all my racing on the track.

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Nah, he's a NY cop and uses his "BadgeAmericard" to get out of tickets!

 

If that's the case, he shouldn't be here flaunting his ability to break the law and get away with it. Stuff like that gives other cops a bad name. Shame on him if he's a cop.

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If that's the case, he shouldn't be here flaunting his ability to break the law and get away with it. Stuff like that gives other cops a bad name. Shame on him if he's a cop.

Shame on you if your not a cop or doctor a sexy nurse or a scary fat chick eating a chicken wing

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If that's the case, he shouldn't be here flaunting his ability to break the law and get away with it. Stuff like that gives other cops a bad name. Shame on him if he's a cop.

oh and worse than getting away with drinking and drive with a ugly chick in the car I would lock his ass up

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My buddies Captain/NYPD got pulled over in the Carolinas doing 80, he flashed the Captains shield, the trooper said,"thats nice, but you arent a Captain here, license and registration!"

 

he got written.

Now thats some cold fish jack!

I might know him I got pulled over in N.C doing 80mph in 55mph but I do it the respectful way before I pull over I put my windows down turn on my interior light if night time turn car off before coming to stop and put keys on dash or roof and hand on wheel wait till he speaks apoligize hand your stuff with ID under everything and apoligize again and 9 out 10 he's says be safe and sometimes they question my ID cause it says no firearm and show them my meds and say I died on 9/11 and didn't even now it !!!! Those meds will be with me longer than my wife :happy feet: :hysterical: that day end my career yes we get away with somethings you don't but we do what most wont do and even 15yrs ago till now always carryed in every state never questioned when they saw it or I backed troopers or cops on car stops out numbered so use my method it might work and I never hammered anyone only the foolish and by the way worked for the FBI for awhile as a auto tech now thats clout same ID as agent no shield or gun peace officer status and alot of respect got lost in NJ once going to wedding got full escort 2 countys over not bad and done the same for civilian even into NJ or westcher. I'm 42 hope to see my 1yr old grow up and get married anyway if some are not liking this you can look me up in the hospital be there for awhile again. or and was the 1 responder to wall st train bombing 10yrs ago and it was chemical and I had of no mask so getting back its really how you carry yourself and when you are responder somethings are given and I'm going to speed to hospital Sorry guys thats why I'm racerx and at work always the chase driver and always got my man with a couple of dents

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Nah, he's a NY cop and uses his "BadgeAmericard" to get out of tickets! Doesn't work a lot of places any more with the caliber of young cops on the road now days...Professional Courtesy went a long way back in the old days, but these new kids don't have a clue about what that is any more...They want to enforce the law to the letter of the law and no one is going to break their laws!!!

I agree with you 15yrs ago it was a lot different you never talked to a senior officer today they assume they now everything even how long I was a cop for and my response is they will be fired in a month and it happened and I would cheer or its funny when they get slapped around by a perp cause they now it all I use work by myself 4-12 in the worst part of the bronx and be the only white guy around and thats were you learn respect for people. havent had a newbie stop me yet but I'll give him one.

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From my understanding - and it has been many years since my family has been in the medical field - medical personnel used to get off more than law enforcement. My uncle (as well as another uncle and my aunt) was a Paramedic and rescue diver for many years. He was always talking about getting out of tickets. I know for a fact when my grandmother was on her death bed about 20 years ago we ran from Winnsboro TX to Broken Bow OK in excess of 100 mph to pick up a family member. He just kept calling ahead on his radio that he had in his (get this) Dodge Shelby Charger.

 

My buddy has a wife who was an RN for many years and all they did was hang a stethoscope on the mirror all the time. He was always telling me they got out of tickets and the majority of the time the officer said "we might need your services one of these days".

 

I don't know if that's true anymore.

Thats true I would never write medical or rescue a NY trooper wrote my ex wife who is a surgical nurse in er lets just say his buddys were not happy and when the free exams stopped doctors work in your pct he's got pull tow truck pull.

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Sometimes you have to "PAT YOURSELF ON THE BACK" when nobody else will??????? :hysterical:

 

Someone once said "He who tootith not his own horn, the same shall not be tooted" or something like that

:hysterical:

 

Jim

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