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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-17-2005, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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trooper in tahoe

So I am getting past the construction zone on 394 southbound doing about 75 and I see this Chevy full size front end with blacked out grill/bumper pop out from behind a semi, checked my mirror closer as it was gaining hard on me, and saw a blacked out spotlight on the windshield pillar. I thought I was getting pinched for sure until this dodge neon does me a favor and blows past both of us doing at least 90mph. The trooper comes past me and nabs him by glenwood/lansing road. Thank you mister neon driver. But watch out for tahoes in full state trooper paint.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-17-2005, 09:50 PM
 
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sometimes if the conditions are right I just out run the cops
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Not recommended

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Quick way to turn a misdemeanor into a felony!

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post #8 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-18-2005, 01:26 AM
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Wow guy, just remember what you post is pretty much how people view you. I've read some of your posts and I got to say.....I might be the only one but you seem kind of.....well........let's just say.......funny.........(in a weird kind of way.........) JUST BE CAREFUL OUT THER FASTMAN........particularly if you really ride like you post.........

god bless....

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Man, is that a bad idea. Search for some law enforcement forums and see how much they care about weather you live or die doin that shiet.....
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getting back on subject...

yeah, I have actually seen police minivans. It was a dodge caravan / plymouth voyager and it was painted all white, had the lights on the visors and everything.

I always look for lots of antenna's on questionable cars...

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yeap, and do not forget that they take pictures now and mail those ticket to you, so go right ahead enjoy your speeding through the constuction zone and pray that this time the cameras were off, hehe, because nothing beats 300$ tickect for going over the speed limit in construction zones, good luck trying to get out of that one.

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Sweet.

FYI - I was following you in my car down North Ave. last night. You might want to have someone help you out with your riding form before attempting that highspeed getaway.

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Wow guy, just remember what you post is pretty much how people view you. I've read some of your posts and I got to say.....I might be the only one but you seem kind of.....well........let's just say.......funny.........(in a weird kind of way.........) JUST BE CAREFUL OUT THER FASTMAN........particularly if you really ride like you post.........

god bless....

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You took the words right out of my mouth "geewiz" have been feeling that for a bit. We welcome everyone, and the biggest thing here is "RIDE YOUR OWN RIDE" but damn man.... Becareful out there... and I hope you dont really ride like you post

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Quick way to turn a misdemeanor into a felony!

$175 Ticket or $12,000 in medical bills & Revoked licence?
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post #15 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-18-2005, 12:09 PM
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Well I don't want to really get into it on a public forum but lets just say I have had my share of avoiding the police and it only took one time for me to change my mind about riding on the street. Cost me over 10 grand just in fees and fines my my little escapade. I won't say run but I would say ride smart out there.
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