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Sure, but what does he do when he pulls over a tinted-window Diamante
without a front plate? If he's anything like the State Police in
Framingham, MA (otherwise known as Framingshame), he draws first and asks
Newton, MA 02162 (USA)
> From: Steven Buchholz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Speed
> Date: Monday, March 03, 1997 1:30 PM
> > I just sent my husband off on this beautiful, early for northern
> > Vermont, spring day in my Audi. I told him, "Don't drive fast if
> > in a hurry; only if you do it for fun." He smiled.
> ... it just so happens I spent the majority of my Saturday in a "Driver's
> Improvement" class to mask a recent ticket ...
> The class was taught by a CHP officer, and he said that he was much more
> likely to let someone off with a warning if they were "enjoying the day"
> rather than being stressed or in a hurry. He said that once he let a guy
> off with a warning that he had clocked at 90MPH because the guy told him
> that he had just hit the point where the engine was completely broken in
> and that combined with the beautiful day made him a bit exhuberant.
> He also said that he lets people off with a warning on their birthday ...
> Steve Buchholz
> San Jose, CA (USA)
- Re: Speed
- From: John Stanton <firstname.lastname@example.org>