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Old 07-09-2010, 04:28 AM   #21
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:15 AM   #22
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I like customary, though a slight knowledge of the metric system is always nice when you get pulled over by a police officer.

cop - "sir do you know how fast you were going?"
me - "Just a bit over a 100 I assume"
cop - "What? do ya wanna say that one more time?"
me - "Sure, I was doing a bit over 100 kph"
cop - "mind putting that into american terms?"
me - "Oh, sorry.. well i guess that would be about 65 mph"
cop - facepalms then lets me go with a warning since I am sure I made him feel like a dumbass.
haha well played! i feel like i need more badass advice on life!

do u have a way out of robbing a bank?

i could also use good advise of how to play off ripping a huge fart right next to my g/f. women have a hard time grasping that one.
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:24 AM   #23
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The UK MPH is not the equivalent to the US MPH
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:28 AM   #24
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The UK MPH is not the equivalent to the US MPH
How long is a UK mile? How long is a UK hour?

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It is currently the unit used for speed limits, and speeds, on roads in the United Kingdom and United States
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:46 AM   #25
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He does have a point indeed. We all are probably more or less guilty of it.
The thing is that there's always a place and time to do certain things. Hauling the mail on a busy road and unsafe passing is not a good idea, what a surprise.
Doing it on an empty road on an early Sunday morning with no or little traffic is another story. And safe passing is something some people also seem to have never heard of.
I fcking chuckle at this everytime I read it... Whether you are riding spirited on the freeway or backroads you are just as guilty. Don't think that a backroad in the early morning is the "time and place for it"
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do u have a way out of robbing a bank?
Well if your sn is correct, use that baylor degree and make some money so you dont have to steal it, you can deposit some money into a bank

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i could also use good advise of how to play off ripping a huge fart right next to my g/f. women have a hard time grasping that one.
I wouldnt even bother trying to hide it, my gf doesnt fart...ever.
If you are gonna fart, just go ahead and make it as nasty as possible, might as well get some enjoyment out of it.

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The UK MPH is not the equivalent to the US MPH
Yes they are. Both use the same definition of 5,280 feet.

The nautical mile is longer, but a mile is a mile.
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Yes they are. Both use the same definition of 5,280 feet.

The nautical mile is longer, but a mile is a mile.
yea what he said, and a Kilometer is a klick no matter, sixty minutes is 60 minutes is an hour even if your in GB or russia, so, hmmm as far as I have seen and know the US uses M/H most of the rest of the world uses K/h. there are no MPH signs in germany/france/switz/austria/netherlands. haven't been to GB but I do know that brits use MPH here in the states and often times use MPH for their us readers
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