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  • J_Mann
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    maybe you're paying too much attention to him because you know he's a police officer?

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  • Mirrain
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    As already mentioned by others, be an adult about it and just face him. It isn't like he is stalking you at home or following you around. Tim Horton's is not an uncommon place for cops to visit, there are many reasons he could be going there as often which has absolutely nothing to do with you. Now if he was pulling you over every day he was on shift for standing still, I might have a different tune.

    I'm pretty sure if he was trying to intimidate you, he would do a better job, especially with 32 years of service (which by the way, if he's pushing retirement, I'm sure he's more than happy to collect the extra coin to buy toys).

    We've had this discussion in the past and yet again i'm not surprised with you collecting more and more tickets. *You* are not an easy target for tickets, you just haven't realized you need to correct your driving habits. I have no idea what it will take but I sincerely hope the province pulls your licence soon. Stop wasting the courts time showing up to fight cases just in spite. /end rant

    Furthermore, if you are still seriously considering a career in this profession, going to court every time you get a ticket in hopes you'll get off doesn't say much for you being accountable for your actions. Just some friendly advice. Although I'd like to start a fund for your bus tickets soon...it's for your own good!

    I can't help but giggle at the irony of your screen name in all of this
    Last edited by Mirrain; 04-11-2007, 06:20 AM.

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  • S.O.444
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    The traffic cop thinks she's hot. That's all there is to this story.

    /Thread

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  • Caliko
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    Should she not come here herself and share this if she feels like it? I am definately not defending her or the umpteen troubles she has had, but why did you feel the need to race here and tell? Obviously you knew people here would jump on her about it, and if she is that upset then maybe she needs a few days to settle down and think about everything.

    Originally posted by cst.sb
    Oh oh... guess who just got into another accident and received another VT.. She's now up to 12 VTs..

    On a positive note, she's more upset at herself, then anyone of us could make her. She is also taking a temporary from driving and dusting off her bike.

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  • e-man
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    Originally posted by cst.sb
    Oh oh... guess who just got into another accident and received another VT.. She's now up to 12 VTs..

    On a positive note, she's more upset at herself, then anyone of us could make her. She is also taking a temporary from driving and dusting off her bike.
    That girl has serious issues. NO ONE has had that many cits VTs in Canada speak than her.
    I mean it is an issue of insecurity, total lack of maturity even if she is only 20 or something. She has waaaaaay too much on her mind if she is always getting pulled over...
    CST, what do you think? You seem to be in touch with her, she needs help before she hurts herself or someone else on the road

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  • Jeff51086
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    Originally posted by cst.sb
    Oh oh... guess who just got into another accident and received another VT.. She's now up to 12 VTs..

    On a positive note, she's more upset at herself, then anyone of us could make her. She is also taking a temporary from driving and dusting off her bike.
    all I can say is wow. maybe she should just stick to the bike for maybe...the rest of her life.

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  • cst.sb
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    Oh oh... guess who just got into another accident and received another VT.. She's now up to 12 VTs..

    On a positive note, she's more upset at herself, then anyone of us could make her. She is also taking a temporary from driving and dusting off her bike.

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  • firestone88
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    Pardon my ignorance, but I've heard of Firestone before... can you tell me more about it and why it has its reputation?

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  • exComptonCop
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    Originally posted by firestone88
    Er... a quick Google search allowed me to be able to say that I'm NOT a fan of Stoney Boy, but thanks!
    Wrong Stoney Boy The Stoney Boys Joe is referring to, are the LASD deputies assigned to the Firestone substation.

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  • firestone88
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    Er... a quick Google search allowed me to be able to say that I'm NOT a fan of Stoney Boy, but thanks! (if we're talking about the same thing- I found a site featuring some sort of European rave/porno music by such an "artist")

    I was trying to come up with a screen name for this site when a Firestone tires commercial came on the TV... that's where that came from.

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  • Sgt. Geezer
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    Originally posted by ElDiabloJoe
    firestone88, were you/are you a Stoney Boy?

    If so,

    EDJ
    Now you need to explain to us dummies who the Stoney Boys are.

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  • ElDiabloJoe
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    firestone88, were you/are you a Stoney Boy?

    If so,

    EDJ

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  • firestone88
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    I don't think I'd ever attempt to "intimidate" people into getting out of my overtime check, but that's just me.

    :shrug:

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  • ateamer
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    You'll be old enough to retire before any agency even considers you, due to your driving record.

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  • Fuzz
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    Originally posted by Slowing-Dee
    They don't just look at my driving record. They look at the big picture.
    Your horrible driving record is a huge part of the "big picture". You cannot be trusted to abide by the laws of where you live and you repeatedly violate those laws placing others in danger. How do you expect a department to hand you the keys to a black and white and assume all liability for your actions on the road in this era of civil liability lawsuits when you cannot go a short time without an accident or speeding ticket? Most departments would rather have an inferior officer who is not a huge liability than an outstanding officer who IS a liability. You dont seem to get the "big picture" yet still say you want to be an officer. Let me ask this simple question...... Why do you want to be an officer? Your answer may help us understand things better.

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