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Re: Stalking

On Mon, 20 Mar 1995 AUDIDUDI@delphi.com wrote:

> > reminds me of a friend with a Pontiac 6000 STE with digital dash:
> > he knew he was clocked over 70 in a 35 so when he pulled over he 
> > reached into the fuse box ( bottom left driver side interior) and pulled
> > the fuse to the dash - officer asked the same question and he went into 
> > his surprised routine and showed him the faulty dash - officer let him off
> You DON'T do this out west unless you want the cop to pull his gun on you. I
> always make it a point to roll my window down and keep both hands on the
> wheel where they're clearly visible.  I've been told they appreciate this
> since it means you're less likely to pull a gun and ruin their day ... as
> any "professional speeder" will tell you, the happier the cop is, the more
> likely happier you are to get a break!
PS. Turning on the inside courtesy light is also a nice, and and well 
appreciated touch. So long as it doesnt involve any movements that even 
remotely resemble reaching for a gun.   I've recieved far 
less tickets and far more polite warnings since I adopted 
the "keep the nice officer as relaxed and comfortable as 
possible techniques".  Trust me, Ive had WAY too much 
>                 /| |_| |> | - |> |_| |> |  (AudiDudi@delphi.com) 
>                __________________________________________________
>                aka Jeff Goggin                     Scottsdale, AZ