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Two questions pertaining to being stopped in a car by police.
#21
Xavier;76741 Wrote:Wouldn't work in my truck as the door lock pops open when the door is shut. You can only lock it form the outside.

That's weird. I guess it's good to prevent accidental lockouts, but it seems pretty inconvenient. I guess your only option is to swallow the key. Wink
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#22
Xavier;76741 Wrote:
bac0nfat;76735 Wrote:I was just thinking, an alternative to this that would look less suspicious is to just leave your keys in the ignition, and lock your door right after you open it, using your left hand. If you're smooth about it, they might not even notice you locked it. And since the keys are in the ignition, it would look more like an accidental lockout than if you threw your keys in the door at the last minute.

ETA: And if they go to open the door and find that it's locked, just say, "Oh shit, where are my keys? Dammit I think they are still in the car!" Big Grin

Wouldn't work in my truck as the door lock pops open when the door is shut. You can only lock it form the outside.

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Beat me to it.

Unfortunately my wife's car lacks this 'feature'. Rolleyes
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#23
I bet that "feature" could be disabled pretty easily. That is, if it's mechanical and not a computer controlled thing.
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#24
I prefer having them watch to aggravate the shit out of them. There might be a law forbidding having keys in the inginition so id forgo it. That being said I dont know of any law in pa that says as such.
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#25
ExcelToExcel;76752 Wrote:I prefer having them watch to aggravate the shit out of them. There might be a law forbidding having keys in the inginition so id forgo it. That being said I dont know of any law in pa that says as such.

Why does it seem like you have a hard-on for cops? The vast majority of them are really good people who want nothing more than to go home at the end of the day and be with their families.
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billamj;76754 Wrote:
ExcelToExcel;76752 Wrote:I prefer having them watch to aggravate the shit out of them. There might be a law forbidding having keys in the inginition so id forgo it. That being said I dont know of any law in pa that says as such.

Why does it seem like you have a hard-on for cops? The vast majority of them are really good people who want nothing more than to go home at the end of the day and be with their families.

In my life ive met far more good than bad and at that the one that started out as a dick appoligised and the other one didnt give me much greif other than telling me to slow down and go the other got me when I was young and stupid but still let me go. I've been pulled over more than most people and let go so many times its rediculous. I have a hard on for BAD cops. Any cop asking to search my car is a bad cop.. havent been asked in over 20 years and I suspect they wouldnt bother anyway.

And the go home at the eod bullshit is getting old. Cops are safer than most professions...the vast majority of blue collar workers are more likely injured or killed on the job than a leo..
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billamj;76754 Wrote:
ExcelToExcel;76752 Wrote:I prefer having them watch to aggravate the shit out of them. There might be a law forbidding having keys in the inginition so id forgo it. That being said I dont know of any law in pa that says as such.

Why does it seem like you have a hard-on for cops? The vast majority of them are really good people who want nothing more than to go home at the end of the day and be with their families.


Awesome. Why don't you post a list of all the 'good ones'?

You see, until it's too late, I don't know the good ones from the bad ones. It's not the number of the good ones that has people trying to protect themselves. It's the number of the bad ones, and the amount of damage a single bad one can do.

No thanks.
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#28
Ill admit most are good and ive met some fantastic ones! It is that one bad one after another being posted on youtube that makes me pray we pass a law that allows good people to beat the living shit out of the bad ones. Maybe I wouldnt feel like this if I saw these cops go to jail. I mean one after the other caught on tape violating the law clearly and they often dont even get fired. Pisses me off more than just about anything I see socially.

Curmudgeon;76759 Wrote:
billamj;76754 Wrote:Why does it seem like you have a hard-on for cops? The vast majority of them are really good people who want nothing more than to go home at the end of the day and be with their families.


Awesome. Why don't you post a list of all the 'good ones'?

You see, until it's too late, I don't know the good ones from the bad ones. It's not the number of the good ones that has people trying to protect themselves. It's the number of the bad ones, and the amount of damage a single bad one can do.

No thanks.
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ExcelToExcel;76765 Wrote:Ill admit most are good and ive met some fantastic ones! It is that one bad one after another being posted on youtube that makes me pray we pass a law that allows good people to beat the living shit out of the bad ones. Maybe I wouldnt feel like this if I saw these cops go to jail. I mean one after the other caught on tape violating the law clearly and they often dont even get fired. Pisses me off more than just about anything I see socially.

Curmudgeon;76759 Wrote:Awesome. Why don't you post a list of all the 'good ones'?

You see, until it's too late, I don't know the good ones from the bad ones. It's not the number of the good ones that has people trying to protect themselves. It's the number of the bad ones, and the amount of damage a single bad one can do.

No thanks.

Have either of you ever thought of the fact that the press doesn't give the good ones any airtime? That you don't hear about the good guys because they're not doing anything to bring unwanted attention to themselves? How many times have you heard about a cop who went out of his way to help someone who wasn't in a dire situation? You haven't but it happens every day, multiple times a day.

I'm not going to say that there aren't bad cops out there, there certainly are, but they are the only ones that the MSM talk about. Just like the mass murderers are the only people associated with firearms that you hear about even though we all know that they are not the average gun owner.
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#30
Ill do better.. ive met some of them.. saw it with my own two eyes many times.. I dont have a hard on for them I want them to fuck a lot and make lots of good donut loving piglets. . I jest. I want them to make good cops. I want them to rub off on the knuckle head working next to them.. I have a hard on for the douche that knowingly breaks the law. I want the bad ones in jail...

billamj;76775 Wrote:
ExcelToExcel;76765 Wrote:Ill admit most are good and ive met some fantastic ones! It is that one bad one after another being posted on youtube that makes me pray we pass a law that allows good people to beat the living shit out of the bad ones. Maybe I wouldnt feel like this if I saw these cops go to jail. I mean one after the other caught on tape violating the law clearly and they often dont even get fired. Pisses me off more than just about anything I see socially.

Have either of you ever thought of the fact that the press doesn't give the good ones any airtime? That you don't hear about the good guys because they're not doing anything to bring unwanted attention to themselves? How many times have you heard about a cop who went out of his way to help someone who wasn't in a dire situation? You haven't but it happens every day, multiple times a day.

I'm not going to say that there aren't bad cops out there, there certainly are, but they are the only ones that the MSM talk about. Just like the mass murderers are the only people associated with firearms that you hear about even though we all know that they are not the average gun owner.
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