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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Callius wrote:
    Knob wrote:
    cal you like AAA?

    that is amazing and awesome

    I've only seen them live once, but they were fucking amazing.

    Do you have any Charlie Pathetic CD's that you could send me? Cause I don't see a spot on their website to pick one up.

    i do not

    their albums were self produced no budget numbers and were hard to get

    however, i probably have a friend who does

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    Callius wrote:
    Knob wrote:
    cal you like AAA?

    that is amazing and awesome

    I've only seen them live once, but they were fucking amazing.

    Do you have any Charlie Pathetic CD's that you could send me? Cause I don't see a spot on their website to pick one up.

    i do not

    their albums were self produced no budget numbers and were hard to get

    however, i probably have a friend who does

    Would you be a doll and obtain a copy of one for me? I'll love you so hard it hurts.

    Oh shits, I have PMs, yes!

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    JordynJordyn Really, Commander? Probing Uranus. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I was going 86 in a 65 once.

    Now my car has cruise control.

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    jwalkjwalk Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    You don't have to go to court.

    You can plead not-guilty by mail, and at the same time request a Trial by Written Declaration.

    Chances are actually better that you will get out of it this way.

    See most people think if they go to court the cop won't show up.

    WRONG. Cops get paid overtime to go to court on their days off. Yes there's a chance they won't show up, but especially if they are a younger cop that needs the money, you bet they will show up and make $300-400 for a few hours work.

    They do NOT get paid overtime to fill out the written declaration. Think about it.

    At the very least, if you're still found guilty you will most likely get a fine reduction and/or can take traffic school. You can also request a new trial, only this time you have to show up, but it gives you even yet another chance that the cop won't show up, etc...

    www.ticketassassin.com <- written for California but may work in other states.

    Good luck. Radar speeding tickets are bullshit (and are often ILLEGAL "speed traps"). Let's face it, they are nothing more than a "driving tax", they should just randomly mail out tickets to all licensed drivers and spare us all the bullshit and hassle of filling out forms and going to court...

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    KovakKovak did a lot of drugs married cher?Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    oh man i really hope pan's labyrinth is playing around here

    i want to see it

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I'm thinking of changing my lyrics to Against All Authority now.

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    JavenJaven Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    stilist wrote:
    Javen wrote:
    You know what I've always found weird

    How people get pissed if you aren't always driving at least the speed limit

    I thought the posted limit was supposed to be the maximum speed allowed, not the minimum speed tolerated.
    If you drive more than ten miles per hour under the speed limit, you're supposed to put your hazards on, because you're making things dangerous for everybody that isn't a senior citizen


    Look alls I'm saying is if people interpreted the posted speed limit as just that, auto collisions would basically become non-existent.

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    babyeatingjesusbabyeatingjesus Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Javen wrote:
    stilist wrote:
    Javen wrote:
    You know what I've always found weird

    How people get pissed if you aren't always driving at least the speed limit

    I thought the posted limit was supposed to be the maximum speed allowed, not the minimum speed tolerated.
    If you drive more than ten miles per hour under the speed limit, you're supposed to put your hazards on, because you're making things dangerous for everybody that isn't a senior citizen


    Look alls I'm saying is if people interpreted the posted speed limit as just that, auto collisions would basically become non-existent.
    that is simply not the case.

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    JordynJordyn Really, Commander? Probing Uranus. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Most auto collisions are usually because people can't read or back out of a spot properly.

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    WidepathWidepath Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I have been pulled over 3 times.

    1. For driving my brothers car with expired tags.

    2. My friend was shooting a cap gun out the window.

    3. I was driving with studded snow tires in July.

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    jwalkjwalk Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Not sure how you figure that. Actually differences in speed is what causes the most accidents. For best safety, the posted speed limit should be followed within 5-10mph, above or below. I actually think you're required to use your hazard lights if you're going 15mph below the limit..

    Also most people don't know this, but there are 2 speeding laws. The "maximum speed" law, which used to be 55 but now varies state to state - in CA it's 65mph. This speed can not be exceeded, ever (yea right).

    Then there is another, seperate speeding law, called the "basic speed" law. This applies to any road with a posted limit below the maximum speed (ie, 25-50mph). The basic speed law says only that you are not allowed to drive at a speed which puts life or property at risk! In other words, you can LEGALLY exceed the "posted" speed limit - which is really just a suggested speed. You only have to prove that by doing so you are not "putting life or property at risk". Most people don't know this, and cops that pull you over for doing i.e. 50 in a 35, won't tell you this, but it's true.

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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Am I the only one who just pays the speeding ticket? I broke the law, I knew I was breaking the law, and I got caught. I own up to it, pay the fine, and move on.

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    KadithKadith Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Am I the only one who just pays the speeding ticket? I broke the law, I knew I was breaking the law, and I got caught. I own up to it, pay the fine, and move on.

    No, you're doing it all wrong.

    The ticket is just the man out to get you.

    And you always have to fight the man.

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    redimpulseredimpulse Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I pay my ticket if I get one.

    Usually a day or two after, so I get the early pay "that's a good boy" discount.

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Susie, some states speeding tickets give you points.

    That's bad and makes insurance go up.

    Which sucks.

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    JordynJordyn Really, Commander? Probing Uranus. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I've been pulled over for:

    Speeding (twice, and I was speeding both times. Got one warning, and one ticket)
    Lane Deviation (I think the cop made this up just to pull over a car with more than three teenagers in it.)
    Running a stop sign (I was turning right, and leaving the bars downtown on a Saturday evening. The first thing the cop asked was if I had been drinking, because pulling over drunks is about the only thing cops do in small towns.)
    Headlight out (I didn't realize it was out, the cop was like "yeah, just fix it.")

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    KadithKadith Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    If you are worried about insurance maybe you shouldn't be speeding.


    When I paid my ticket the cop miscalculated the fine and tried to make me pay over $30 more than I had to.

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    StaleghotiStaleghoti Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Ya I got one, I already post about it in the retail thread

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I have gotten three speeding tickets.

    I've gone to court and gotten off every time.

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    KadithKadith Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Callius wrote:
    I have gotten three speeding tickets.

    I've gone to court and gotten off every time.

    Yeah, but did you have to pay the ticket?

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    jwalkjwalk Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Am I the only one who just pays the speeding ticket? I broke the law, I knew I was breaking the law, and I got caught. I own up to it, pay the fine, and move on.
    Nope, 99% of drivers that get tickets just pay them like sheep too.

    All you are doing by "fighting" your ticket is excercising your right to a fair trial, like the constitution guarantees anyone who is accused of a crime. Though, "fair" may be pushing it, you don't even get to have a jury in traffic cases...

    Cities and states make billions each year off sheep like you. If even 10% of the people exercised their rights they would cease to be profitable.

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Kadith wrote:
    Callius wrote:
    I have gotten three speeding tickets.

    I've gone to court and gotten off every time.

    Yeah, but did you have to pay the ticket?

    No.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    i got pulled over one time for doing 30 in a 20 and i was all, oh i thought it was 30 because it isn't labeled anywhere you know

    and the cop was all, huh i guess it isn't, well now you know it is 20 okay

    and i was all, okay cool have a good one dude, i have some sodas here do you want one

    and he's all nah i got a coffee in the cruiser but thanks though

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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    They do let people who just pay them pay less than somebody who contests it and loses over here.

    Also, owning up to your mistakes and taking responsibility for them, while a bit dated nowadays, isn't necessarily a bad thing. You are not some civil rights activist sitting down at a whites-only lunch counter.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    Am I the only one who just pays the speeding ticket? I broke the law, I knew I was breaking the law, and I got caught. I own up to it, pay the fine, and move on.
    Nope, 99% of drivers that get tickets just pay them like sheep too.

    All you are doing by "fighting" your ticket is excercising your right to a fair trail. Though, "fair" may be pushing it, you don't even get to have a jury in traffic cases...

    Cities and states make billions each year off sheep like you. If even 10% of the people exercised their rights they would cease to be profitable.

    YEAH FUCK THOSE SHEEPLE WE MAKE THE SYSTEM WORK FOR US WAKE UP AND TAKE THE RED PILL SHEEPLE

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    As7As7 Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I got a 400 dollar ticket for driving 90 in a 65 once...

    I was tired and there was noone around with which to gauge my speed.

    When I saw the police officer I actually pulled over before he even put his sirens on because I knew I was busted.

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    KadithKadith Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    IT IS MY RIGHT AS AN AMERICAN TO BREAK THE LAWS OF THE ROAD AS I SEE FIT.

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    PlaymobilPlaymobil Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I got pulled over on my skateboard once. True story.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    Playmobil wrote:
    I got pulled over on my skateboard once. True story.

    i think everyone who rides a skateboard very much has gotten pulled over on it

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    They do let people who just pay them pay less than somebody who contests it and loses over here.

    Also, owning up to your mistakes and taking responsibility for them, while a bit dated nowadays, isn't necessarily a bad thing. You are not some civil rights activist sitting down at a whites-only lunch counter.

    Meh. I'd rather not pay them money and have my insurance get jacked up when I can go to court and be all "pleadin' the sixth ya' honor!"

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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    Cities and states make billions each year off sheep like you. If even 10% of the people exercised their rights they would cease to be profitable.
    What the fuck. It is not your right to contest a ticket and push back the date until the cop cannot show up and you get off, although you can clearly do it. The only right you have is to a fair trial. And if you really did not break the law, sure, contest it. But I am guessing you broke the law, think you are somehow above it, and just don't want to bother with it.

    Not that getting out of your speeding ticket is a terrible moral wrong or anything. I am mostly ambivalent to others getting off. But the attitude some people have that they are somehow above the law is... lame.

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    BroloBrolo Broseidon Lord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Knob wrote:
    jwalk wrote:
    Am I the only one who just pays the speeding ticket? I broke the law, I knew I was breaking the law, and I got caught. I own up to it, pay the fine, and move on.
    Nope, 99% of drivers that get tickets just pay them like sheep too.

    All you are doing by "fighting" your ticket is excercising your right to a fair trail. Though, "fair" may be pushing it, you don't even get to have a jury in traffic cases...

    Cities and states make billions each year off sheep like you. If even 10% of the people exercised their rights they would cease to be profitable.

    YEAH FUCK THOSE SHEEPLE WE MAKE THE SYSTEM WORK FOR US WAKE UP AND TAKE THE RED PILL SHEEPLE

    Wait wait I thought I was supposed to be taking the blue pills.

    What the fuck pills have I been taking?

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    MulysaSemproniusMulysaSempronius but also susie nyRegistered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Callius wrote:
    They do let people who just pay them pay less than somebody who contests it and loses over here.

    Also, owning up to your mistakes and taking responsibility for them, while a bit dated nowadays, isn't necessarily a bad thing. You are not some civil rights activist sitting down at a whites-only lunch counter.

    Meh. I'd rather not pay them money and have my insurance get jacked up when I can go to court and be all "pleadin' the sixth ya' honor!"
    If you cared,don't break the fucking speed limit.
    Now I am inserting random profanities.Look at me,all internet angry.

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    Dead LegendDead Legend Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    the park police have tried to bust me before

    but im a bad dude, dudes, so i broke out

    that dude was all sorry he ever flashed his lights at me

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    redimpulseredimpulse Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    Am I the only one who just pays the speeding ticket? I broke the law, I knew I was breaking the law, and I got caught. I own up to it, pay the fine, and move on.
    Nope, 99% of drivers that get tickets just pay them like sheep too.

    All you are doing by "fighting" your ticket is excercising your right to a fair trial, like the constitution guarantees anyone who is accused of a crime. Though, "fair" may be pushing it, you don't even get to have a jury in traffic cases...

    Cities and states make billions each year off sheep like you. If even 10% of the people exercised their rights they would cease to be profitable.
    Well if I donate 50 bucks every 3 or so years for a ticket to my city/county/state, fine by me. CDOT needs as much help as it can get, anyhow.

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    CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    Cities and states make billions each year off sheep like you. If even 10% of the people exercised their rights they would cease to be profitable.
    What the fuck. It is not your right to contest a ticket and push back the date until the cop cannot show up and you get off, although you can clearly do it. The only right you have is to a fair trial. And if you really did not break the law, sure, contest it. But I am guessing you broke the law, think you are somehow above it, and just don't want to bother with it.

    Not that getting out of your speeding ticket is a terrible moral wrong or anything. I am mostly ambivalent to others getting off. But the attitude some people have that they are somehow above the law is... lame.

    Actually, Susie, it is your right to request a trial where you can cross examine your witness...

    Just sayin'... lol constitution.

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    jwalkjwalk Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    I'm sorry, it is your right to defend yourself when accused of a crime. It's a rather important right actually, so much that they put it in the Constitution.
    redimpulse wrote:
    Well if I donate 50 bucks every 3 or so years for a ticket to my city/county/state, fine by me. CDOT needs as much help as it can get, anyhow.
    If they need to raise taxes, then they should do that instead.

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    KadithKadith Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Yeah, but if I committed that crime why the hell should I fight that accusation?

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    redimpulseredimpulse Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Kadith wrote:
    Yeah, but if I committed that crime why the hell should I fight that accusation?
    BECAUSE IT'S THE AMERICAN WAY.

    All innocent until proven guilty and shit.

    Something like that. I got nothing.

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    KnobKnob TURN THE BEAT BACK InternetModerator Mod Emeritus
    edited December 2006
    jwalk wrote:
    I'm sorry, it is your right to defend yourself when accused of a crime. It's a rather important right actually, so much that they put in in the Constitution.

    dude, it isn't defending yourself if you fuckin' did it

    it's meant to protect the wrongly accused, not give people the ability to commit crimes with impunity as long as they are clever enough to exploit the system and avoid punishment

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