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Old 05-10-2010, 04:57 PM
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Stupid on every part. The cops could easily check the plate and contact the registered owner. The police are like big kids, they love to smash things and blow up stuff in the name of public safety. You don't get an apology for this and you don't get one when they do a no-knock on your house at 2am and kill your pets.

To save face, they ticket him for idling. I'd like to see the mayor shut off his 10 SUVs when he parks before the cops start ticketing for that.
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Stupid on every part. The cops could easily check the plate and contact the registered owner.
Cops cant do that its too much like hard work, everywhere not just New York.
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Hey that looks not bad. Who would'a thought - Adam Sandler in a decent movie. I might have to rent that one - no wait, the Menlo Park library has an hellacious DVD collection.
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Cops cant do that its too much like hard work, everywhere not just New York.
I sometimes have problems with cops but fact is they could get blown up by a vehicle like that. Slim chance but recent history tells us it's possible.

I drove cab night shift in Seattle off and on for years. I saw about 5% (wild guess) of the rough trade they did and I wasn't tasked with getting in the face of those characters and rearranging their behavior. There are some seriously block-headed people is his world, this nation, and cops are the firewall tween us and them.
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