That would catch me out. I'd respond like that if I was sober! I'd be trying to tell him that I couldn't do it when sober, and mistakenly make him think that I wasn't.
Anyway, our cops aren't clever enough to do a trick like that. I actually asked a traffic cop if it was a slow crime day as they were spot safety checking loads of cars. He said "I'm not qualified to solve crimes".
It said, "Insert disk #3," but only two will fit!
Many years ago I was stopped by a cop on the way home from an office
party. I was probably not over the limit, but I had two beers.
He asked if I knew why he stopped me and I said, "no."
When he said I was speeding I agreed at once.
Probably the happiest speeding ticket I ever got.
Since then I've 100% quit drinking.
I've driven home on 7 beers. I stuck precisely to the limit and was not stopped.
I find saying "Sorry was I going a bit fast?" gets you off the speeding ticket and they find something smaller to charge you with.
And in Scotland you can point out that only liveried vehicles are allowed to stop you for speeding :-)
They should give you points on your license (does America do that?) for crashing, not doing something which might make you crash.
English > German
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I don't know because I've never been stopped for that. However, you could test it by driving to your local police department
and park in their parking lot. Pop open a bottle of your favorite booze and down about six or eight shots. After you've
given the spirits a little time to work approach the next available officer and ask him.
If possible, it would be really nice if you could have a friend film this for us so we could all know the answer.
On Tue, 08 Mar 2016 14:00:15 -0600, Gordon Shumway
I was stopped for weaving once and the cop asked if I had been
drinking. I said I had a beer with dinner but that was a while ago. He
asked if I minded "blowing" and I said no. They make you wait 20
minutes to be sure the do not get a bad result from residual alcohol
in your mouth. Twenty minutes later I blew a 0.0
The cop got mad at me for wasting his time. I told him that I said it
was "one beer a while ago". It wasn't my fault he didn't believe me.
I was happy he didn't pursue the "weaving" because I was hiding my
illegal radar detector (Virginia) ;-)
On 3/8/2016 5:23 PM, email@example.com wrote:
we could all know the answer.
Got stopped for the same thing here in CT. He even asked about the
radar detector but never looked for it. Had to walk a line. No
problem, last drink I had was a few days earlier. I also once got a $40
ticket for it.
Now they are legal to have, but with new laser technology I don't know
if anything is reliablr for detection..
They were never any good. I got my first one in 1998, they sucked then. The only thing that works is a satnav with a database of where the cameras (and spots they like to hide mobile cameras) are. In France, that is illegal too! But the satnav makers got round it by not marking them as cameras, but "safety zones" or some such thing.
What is the difference between mechanical engineers and civil engineers?
Mechanical engineers build weapons and civil engineers build targets.
The problem with all of this "instant on" technology is , if the cop
is not too trigger happy, you don't even hear the shot before he got
you. If he is just lazy and shoots every car on the road, your
detector might help you as long as you are back in the pack.
Since they ended the double nickel, I really do not have that much
On Tue, 08 Mar 2016 21:22:56 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Back in the early radar days -arly-mid seventies,. I had a Royce CB
in the Fargo thatbeeped any time I was within a mile or 2 of ANY
radar. % or more miles from airport radar if I was on a high spot.
On the highway the Fargo wasn't a big danger speed-wise, but when
there were reduced speed sections it did come in handy a few times.
Detectors are 100% illegal here in Ontario - not just to use, but to
That doesn't make sense. The police were out of their mind. They booked him for something he hadn't done, after several tests. Why didn't he get compensation from them? And since he's disabled, play the discrimination card and get the cops fired.
Why do sailors have tattoos on their backs?
So their shipmates will have something to read.
A blonde was playing Trivial Pursuit one night. It was her turn. She rolled the dice and she Landed on Science & Nature.
Her question was "If you are in a vacuum and someone calls your name, can you hear it?"
A blonde walks into a bank in New York City and tells the loan officer
that she's going to Europe on business for two weeks and needs to borrow
The loan officer says the bank will need some kind of security for the
loan, so the blonde hands over the keys to a new Rolls-Royce, which is
parked in front of the bank. She has the title and everything checks
out, so the bank agrees to accept the car as collateral for the loan.
As the blonde leaves with the money, the bank's president and officers
enjoy a good laugh at someone using a $250,000 Rolls as collateral
against a $5,000 loan. An employee moves the Rolls into the bank's
underground garage and parks it.
Two weeks later the blonde returns and repays the $5,000 and the
interest, which comes to $15.41.
As he hands the keys back to the blonde, the loan officer says, "Miss,
we are very happy to have had your business, and the transaction has
worked out very nicely. But we are a little puzzled. While you were
away, we checked your records and found that you are a
multi-millionaire. Why would you bother to borrow $5,000?"
The blonde replies, "Where else in New York City can I park my car for
two weeks for only $15.41 and expect it to be there when I return?"
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