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Just got out of jail (kinda)
02-25-2014, 08:25 PM #16
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Hi K,

Gee,,,that wasn't very sympathy filled,,,ok,,,

gumpy till I get some coffee down,,,sorry you got the bust,,,

friend down here did,,,paid his fines,,,later on got the bust,,,

good thing he kept his receipts,,,that he paid them,,,and

could prove it,,,otherwise,,,computer had lost the pay part,,,

auto issued warrant,,,and as you know,,,computers are

always right...

(:X
van down by the river Show this Post
02-25-2014, 08:32 PM #17
van down by the river Incognito
 
(02-25-2014, 02:04 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  Bastards charged me 20 bucks and I wasn't ecen booked.....its a scam

I was driving my cousin's car to get some e-juice for my e-cig and this idiot has warrant for his arrest so they pulled me over. Well this idiot(me) didn't have my ID so of course they didn't believe I wasn't him. My luck got even better cuz he(my cousin) hasn't ever been arrested(he was wanted for something stupid and most likely not guilty) so they didn't have a booking picture to look at gaah.gif


Okay now...where do you keep your license when you do carry it? I don't carry a wallet...but keep my license and a debit card in my back pocket and if I have cash it's usually wrapped around the cards. I ask because most guys carry wallets that have everything in them. What were you doin with your license that it wasn't with everything else? You said you were going to buy something so I figured you had a debit/credit card or at least some cash to make a purchase. Sorry to come off like a dad questioning and wondering what the hell were you thinking. And...what I find to be a curiosity is the people that usually have the most disgust, mistrust, and disdain for government and authority are continually putting themselves in positions where they have to deal with them more than just an average Joe on the street.

With myself...anytime I've had dealings with the police was when I was screwing up and brought things down on myself. I remember in 1991 I received a DUI and had a suspended license for 6 months. So...bein rebellious and slightly smarter than Johnny law, I decided to go ahead and drive anyway. That lasted about a week and then when I was picking up my wife at work one day I made a left turn and bam, the same exact cop pulls me over for not signaling AND THEN finds out who I am and that I was driving on a suspended license. He didn't arrest me although he said he could have and then let my wife drive me home. I had an additional fine of around $600 and 6 more months of no license. All that for bein a dummy and not checking the lights on my car. And funny enough...when I got my license back...about 2 weeks later I decided not to wait for a 30 car backup and turned on a double yellow to head for a short cut around traffic. GENIUS...a cop sees this and when he was done with me I had ANOTHER ticket of $250. So...in about a 13 month time frame I paid out over $4,000 in fines, spent 24hrs in jail, walked miles for a bus to work and back for almost a year, had to take a monthly pee test, attend 2 weeks of basically, drunk driving classes that I had to pay for, was taken off of the cushy driving job I had, but luckily wasn't fired and still worked in the warehouse. This is just from my DUI and turning on a double yellow and doesn't cover my other acts of GENIUS along the way. Thankfully...by 35 I smartened up a little and figured if I didn't continually put myself in positions where I had to deal with the law...I didn't have to deal with em. Now a days...even though I still have concerns about some law enforcement officials and their actions...I find I don't really care that much about them because I'm not constantly screwin up so as to have to deal with them.

I'm not bashing you as we can all make honest mistakes...but the dad in me brings out the lecturer sometimes. Oh yeah...why were you driving your cousins car anyway?

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02-25-2014, 11:16 PM #18
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
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(02-25-2014, 08:32 PM)van down by the river Wrote:  
(02-25-2014, 02:04 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  Bastards charged me 20 bucks and I wasn't ecen booked.....its a scam

I was driving my cousin's car to get some e-juice for my e-cig and this idiot has warrant for his arrest so they pulled me over. Well this idiot(me) didn't have my ID so of course they didn't believe I wasn't him. My luck got even better cuz he(my cousin) hasn't ever been arrested(he was wanted for something stupid and most likely not guilty) so they didn't have a booking picture to look at gaah.gif


Okay now...where do you keep your license when you do carry it? I don't carry a wallet...but keep my license and a debit card in my back pocket and if I have cash it's usually wrapped around the cards. I ask because most guys carry wallets that have everything in them. What were you doin with your license that it wasn't with everything else? You said you were going to buy something so I figured you had a debit/credit card or at least some cash to make a purchase. Sorry to come off like a dad questioning and wondering what the hell were you thinking. And...what I find to be a curiosity is the people that usually have the most disgust, mistrust, and disdain for government and authority are continually putting themselves in positions where they have to deal with them more than just an average Joe on the street.

With myself...anytime I've had dealings with the police was when I was screwing up and brought things down on myself. I remember in 1991 I received a DUI and had a suspended license for 6 months. So...bein rebellious and slightly smarter than Johnny law, I decided to go ahead and drive anyway. That lasted about a week and then when I was picking up my wife at work one day I made a left turn and bam, the same exact cop pulls me over for not signaling AND THEN finds out who I am and that I was driving on a suspended license. He didn't arrest me although he said he could have and then let my wife drive me home. I had an additional fine of around $600 and 6 more months of no license. All that for bein a dummy and not checking the lights on my car. And funny enough...when I got my license back...about 2 weeks later I decided not to wait for a 30 car backup and turned on a double yellow to head for a short cut around traffic. GENIUS...a cop sees this and when he was done with me I had ANOTHER ticket of $250. So...in about a 13 month time frame I paid out over $4,000 in fines, spent 24hrs in jail, walked miles for a bus to work and back for almost a year, had to take a monthly pee test, attend 2 weeks of basically, drunk driving classes that I had to pay for, was taken off of the cushy driving job I had, but luckily wasn't fired and still worked in the warehouse. This is just from my DUI and turning on a double yellow and doesn't cover my other acts of GENIUS along the way. Thankfully...by 35 I smartened up a little and figured if I didn't continually put myself in positions where I had to deal with the law...I didn't have to deal with em. Now a days...even though I still have concerns about some law enforcement officials and their actions...I find I don't really care that much about them because I'm not constantly screwin up so as to have to deal with them.

I'm not bashing you as we can all make honest mistakes...but the dad in me brings out the lecturer sometimes. Oh yeah...why were you driving your cousins car anyway?

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My license is in my wallet but I never keep cash in my wallet cuz my dad told me not to at a young age I never asked why though.......maybe i should call and ask why 13.gif

Its not that I dont trust the .gov its just that as of late people are being shot and or tased for nothing......i have never been in real trouble

I drove his car cuz he parked behind me and he is a lazy shit that would rather me take his car than move his gaah.gif
02-26-2014, 01:08 AM #19
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Yeah, we really need to know. chuckle.gif
02-26-2014, 01:13 AM #20
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lmao.gif It wasn't talked about, so it never occurred to me. You really ask the "probing" questions WR. chuckle.gif

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02-26-2014, 01:23 AM #21
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lmao.gif Rubber gloves and jazz hands in same sentence makes me a lil skittish.

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02-26-2014, 01:27 AM #22
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02-26-2014, 01:29 AM #23
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lmao2.gif I bet spit takes some elbow grease eh? Especially if he's packin' a shotgun with a scope.

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02-26-2014, 02:42 AM #24
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(02-25-2014, 07:06 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  
(02-25-2014, 06:53 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  lmao.gif I've driven over the Gandy quite a few times... Maybe not quite as fast as you. chuckle.gif

It was when I was young and dumb/invincible. Looking back now I cant believe I made it to be 21yo
We use to try and jump over (and sometimes into) rivers and ditches with ten speed bikes without helmets and we use to have rock fights and cherry bomb battles and bottle rocket wars out in the woods and iron pipe sword fights and play on rusted metal playgrounds with exposed nuts and bolts and climb up and down dirt cliffs and fifty foot tall trees without safety equipment and receive b b guns and twenty two rifles and our sisters received dolls and dresses for our birthdays,like we were fearlessly in touch with nature,you know,the great outdoors,back in those now sinisterly driven into extinction days before men were being systematically demasculinized and women intentionally defeminized......

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02-26-2014, 02:46 AM #25
van down by the river Incognito
 
(02-25-2014, 11:16 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  
(02-25-2014, 08:32 PM)van down by the river Wrote:  
(02-25-2014, 02:04 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  Bastards charged me 20 bucks and I wasn't ecen booked.....its a scam

I was driving my cousin's car to get some e-juice for my e-cig and this idiot has warrant for his arrest so they pulled me over. Well this idiot(me) didn't have my ID so of course they didn't believe I wasn't him. My luck got even better cuz he(my cousin) hasn't ever been arrested(he was wanted for something stupid and most likely not guilty) so they didn't have a booking picture to look at gaah.gif


Okay now...where do you keep your license when you do carry it? I don't carry a wallet...but keep my license and a debit card in my back pocket and if I have cash it's usually wrapped around the cards. I ask because most guys carry wallets that have everything in them. What were you doin with your license that it wasn't with everything else? You said you were going to buy something so I figured you had a debit/credit card or at least some cash to make a purchase. Sorry to come off like a dad questioning and wondering what the hell were you thinking. And...what I find to be a curiosity is the people that usually have the most disgust, mistrust, and disdain for government and authority are continually putting themselves in positions where they have to deal with them more than just an average Joe on the street.

With myself...anytime I've had dealings with the police was when I was screwing up and brought things down on myself. I remember in 1991 I received a DUI and had a suspended license for 6 months. So...bein rebellious and slightly smarter than Johnny law, I decided to go ahead and drive anyway. That lasted about a week and then when I was picking up my wife at work one day I made a left turn and bam, the same exact cop pulls me over for not signaling AND THEN finds out who I am and that I was driving on a suspended license. He didn't arrest me although he said he could have and then let my wife drive me home. I had an additional fine of around $600 and 6 more months of no license. All that for bein a dummy and not checking the lights on my car. And funny enough...when I got my license back...about 2 weeks later I decided not to wait for a 30 car backup and turned on a double yellow to head for a short cut around traffic. GENIUS...a cop sees this and when he was done with me I had ANOTHER ticket of $250. So...in about a 13 month time frame I paid out over $4,000 in fines, spent 24hrs in jail, walked miles for a bus to work and back for almost a year, had to take a monthly pee test, attend 2 weeks of basically, drunk driving classes that I had to pay for, was taken off of the cushy driving job I had, but luckily wasn't fired and still worked in the warehouse. This is just from my DUI and turning on a double yellow and doesn't cover my other acts of GENIUS along the way. Thankfully...by 35 I smartened up a little and figured if I didn't continually put myself in positions where I had to deal with the law...I didn't have to deal with em. Now a days...even though I still have concerns about some law enforcement officials and their actions...I find I don't really care that much about them because I'm not constantly screwin up so as to have to deal with them.

I'm not bashing you as we can all make honest mistakes...but the dad in me brings out the lecturer sometimes. Oh yeah...why were you driving your cousins car anyway?

lemur.png

My license is in my wallet but I never keep cash in my wallet cuz my dad told me not to at a young age I never asked why though.......maybe i should call and ask why 13.gif

Its not that I dont trust the .gov its just that as of late people are being shot and or tased for nothing......i have never been in real trouble

I drove his car cuz he parked behind me and he is a lazy shït that would rather me take his car than move his gaah.gif


Great...not only to we have to check ourselves to not get in trouble...we have to deal with relatives putting us in compromising positions too. I've other stories about MY OWN f uckup relatives that helped me too. I'd like to blame them...but I knew better AND STILL let them drag me down to levels that actually had me beatin the sh!t out of them long after they f ucked me over. Sure...it was still my fault for letting them screw me...but something still had to be done AND a good beating made me feel better and they really could never call the police to save em. Granted their exploits landed me in hotter water than a traffic stop...so yeah...they deserved it. We usually had a love/hate relationship anyway and just to get them back I would've directed to where my cousin was just to make him/her pay for f uckin up my day. Blood...thicker than water? HELL NO... and especially if it came to me takin any kind of rap for OR because of them.
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Oh yeah...about not keeping cash in your wallet. At 54 I'm sure I'm a "little" older than you...but my dad always said to keep at least one dollar and especially my ID in your wallet so that if police ever stopped you while walkin...they wouldn't be able to arrest you for vagrancy. He grew up in southern Illinois during the 30's and 40's and they had those type of laws. We think some of our laws are f'ed up now...but when you look into what people could be stopped, arrested and jailed for then in some small towns...it's laughable what we cry about now.

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02-26-2014, 03:11 AM #26
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(02-26-2014, 02:46 AM)van down by the river Wrote:  but my dad always said to keep at least one dollar and especially my ID in your wallet so that if police ever stopped you while walkin...they wouldn't be able to arrest you for vagrancy. He grew up in southern Illinois during the 30's and 40's and they had those type of laws.

Oh yeah, I heard the same thing out of my Grandparents from Indiana. I guess those laws were common, not certain if originally aimed at the same group that you could lump it into Jim Crow laws that went on back then, but it's a little suspect. 13.gif

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