In Reply to: Cop, not pull over posted by Chris on February 13, 2000 at 09:36:07:
You got MAD because he let you go!??? You must be a liberal, democratic woman who finds fault in EVERYTHTHING!
Just be glad he let you go!..... you can-find-an-illogical-excuse-to-blame-everything-on-everything-but-myself, even-though-everybody-has-been-helping-you!
You really think, that the QCOM message got you off??!
Good luck to your next husband!! you obviously are not married, or in the process of getting divorced, because nobody could deal with your self-serving, sense of self-entitlement attidue that you possess.
GO TO A COUNTRY WHERE THINGS ARE REALLY HARD, YOU SPOILED AMERICAN BITCH.
: Yesterday on city streets, I poped my cluth on my M Roadster at about 5000 rpms, went full throttle through 2nd then after shifting to thrid, I noticed that a police officer had been in the other lane (3 lane road) only 1 car back. I did not brake but just took my foot off the throttle. He came up quickly behind me, tail-gating me. I signaled and moved to other lane. He drove up next to me, slowed, staying right beside me for about 50 yards and then passed by. I did not look over (afraid to make eye contact) so I do not know if he was looking at me but assume he was the way he slowed andstayed with me for so long.
: I was happy but then my democrat ways got to me and I got somewhat mad thinking that he saw me in a moderately expensive car with a QCOM vanity plate (so many people follow the stock market now, he probably knew the stock symbol) and therefore did not citation me for something that had I been in a mustang or camaro, he likely would have.
: Anyone else have a speed or other traffic violation this closely seen by a police officer ignored?