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GLK38
07-31-2011, 13:45
I did it again. Stupidly I went in there and started posting.

This one is about fighting tickets. Someone mentioned that we only write tickets for money (shocking right?). I chimed in about the safety of writing tickets.

If anyone wants to chime in as well feel free...

http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1359326&page=2

:whistling:

Vigilant
07-31-2011, 13:52
I'll stay where I'm at. Why? For one thing, better moderation. "nuff said.

bccop
07-31-2011, 13:52
I'm gonna pass. I have better things to do than post over there.

GLK38
07-31-2011, 14:00
I didn't say it was a smart thing for me to do. I couldn't resist correcting their stupidity. Even though it seems impossible.

I'll slap myself on the wrist for this one.

Thanks

acpd541
07-31-2011, 14:15
http://www.venue.nu/images/photoalbum/album_5/Simpsons-Nelson-haha.jpg
(http://www.venue.nu/images/photoalbum/album_5/Simpsons-Nelson-haha.jpg)

G33
07-31-2011, 15:46
GNG and the Political forum are just looking to ambush cops.
:wavey:

ray9898
07-31-2011, 17:05
LOL...as I said. You took the bait.

Kahr_Glockman
07-31-2011, 17:26
http://www.venue.nu/images/photoalbum/album_5/Simpsons-Nelson-haha.jpg
(http://www.venue.nu/images/photoalbum/album_5/Simpsons-Nelson-haha.jpg)

This for the win.....:tongueout:

meeko
07-31-2011, 20:13
Indiana gun owners forum is sort of the same way but actually worse. Most of them want to be a civil rights lawyer on everything a LEO does. Some people just will never get a clue!

scottydl
08-01-2011, 09:02
I'm not sure I've ever spent more than 3 minutes in GNG Lounge, and I don't plan to start now.

Kadetklapp
08-01-2011, 10:53
Indiana gun owners forum is sort of the same way but actually worse. Most of them want to be a civil rights lawyer on everything a LEO does. Some people just will never get a clue!

Word. I no longer post or hang out over there. There is so much cop-hating/border sovereign citizen bull**** there it's scary.

Bruce M
08-01-2011, 12:04
I read that thread. And in among the usual "stuff" there were also more than a few people who suggested the person pay the citation and take responsibility for speeding. I try to avoid arguments like this here and in real life also. And the more time I spend on the internet and in real life, the more I realize that just because you can find a hundred people who agree with you does not mean you are right, mainstream, or that your political view point is going to be widely held by many (even if you go to extreme lengths to "educate the sheeple.")