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Old 05-12-2007, 02:02 PM   #21
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oh, and another thing. the bike was pushed over in the grass. IN THE GRASS, PEOPLE. how much damage could it have possibly done? guess he'll just have to sue that cop for the 3.50 have to spend at the carwash powerwashing the chunks of grass out of his handlebars.
btw...since we are giving opinions on cops and criminals...here's mine.
obviously not every cop is bad, and not every cop is good. here is the problem: they take an oath to serve and protect. from my personal experience, not many of these glorified hall monitors "serving" in small towns, flashing their shiny badges have any REAL sense of crime. these were the people who got picked on in highschool, never left their home town, and amazingly got through the police academy and now have something to prove. there is a major difference between an officer and a pig and it's a little word...integrity. feeling a sense of accomplishment is fine, but letting your emotions effect your actions is a little...infantile. sure, no one is perfect, but if i threw a little 3 year-old tantrum because i got worked up at my job, i would expect to be fired. that's the way it works. and the bike tipping... whether on asphalt, grass, or an efing mattress full of the finest down feathers, is not called for, chase or no chase. if you get caught doing something you know you shouldn't do, be ready to get arrested or ticketed or whatever, sure. but by , if i had some pig push my bike over...just because he thought it would be fun...they would be arresting me for ALOT more than evasion. support our officers, and F THE PIGS!
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Old 05-12-2007, 02:19 PM   #22
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Old 05-14-2007, 12:33 AM   #23
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Biker was an idiot for running, cop was an idiot for knocking over the bike.
It was just as childish an action as running was.
I hope they both got what they deserved, any update on the disposition of the investigation of the officer?
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btw...since we are giving opinions on cops and criminals...here's mine.
obviously not every cop is bad, and not every cop is good. here is the problem: they take an oath to serve and protect. from my personal experience, not many of these glorified hall monitors "serving" in small towns, flashing their shiny badges have any REAL sense of crime. these were the people who got picked on in highschool, never left their home town, and amazingly got through the police academy and now have something to prove. there is a major difference between an officer and a pig and it's a little word...integrity. feeling a sense of accomplishment is fine, but letting your emotions effect your actions is a little...infantile. sure, no one is perfect, but if i threw a little 3 year-old tantrum because i got worked up at my job, i would expect to be fired. that's the way it works. and the bike tipping... whether on asphalt, grass, or an efing mattress full of the finest down feathers, is not called for, chase or no chase. if you get caught doing something you know you shouldn't do, be ready to get arrested or ticketed or whatever, sure. but by , if i had some pig push my bike over...just because he thought it would be fun...they would be arresting me for ALOT more than evasion. support our officers, and F THE PIGS!
a quick excuse for running your mouth when gettng pulled over. ive been pulled over a million time, but havent had a ticket since '01 (and that was in Hitchcock, which everyone knows, they give OTHER cops tickets cause thyre dicks like that). bottom line: if you see the lights, pull over, keep your hands visible, and shut the **** up.


as i said, im not justifying that the bike-tipping was right. by all meand repremand him. but NOBODY said anything about the rider that fled. in todays society, the criminal has not become the victim. and most of you have played into that mindset.

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a quick excuse for running your mouth when gettng pulled over. ive been pulled over a million time, but havent had a ticket since '01 (and that was in Hitchcock, which everyone knows, they give OTHER cops tickets cause thyre dicks like that). bottom line: if you see the lights, pull over, keep your hands visible, and shut the **** up.


as i said, im not justifying that the bike-tipping was right. by all meand repremand him. but NOBODY said anything about the rider that fled. in todays society, the criminal has not become the victim. and most of you have played into that mindset.

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meant "has NOW become the victim". my typing sucks.
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Old 05-14-2007, 02:38 AM   #27
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im sorry, but yall act like the cop did something wrong....... back in the day i use to run.... glad that only happen twice, but i see now they are pulling you over for a reason.

my opinion,,...... guy got what he deserved.

remenber, not every bike rider is law abiding
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a quick excuse for running your mouth when gettng pulled over. ive been pulled over a million time, but havent had a ticket since '01 (and that was in Hitchcock, which everyone knows, they give OTHER cops tickets cause thyre dicks like that). bottom line: if you see the lights, pull over, keep your hands visible, and shut the **** up.


as i said, im not justifying that the bike-tipping was right. by all meand repremand him. but NOBODY said anything about the rider that fled. in todays society, the criminal has not become the victim. and most of you have played into that mindset.

hippies.:laughing6
it goes without saying that the biker ****ed up, though it looks like he eventually pulled over for the MC cop. what seems to be up to debate is how ****ed up was the cop for doing what he did.
many of the 'criminals' today Are victims- of crooked cops, and stupid laws, though the MC driver wasn't a victim until the cop messed with his bike. now, hopefully, the cop will become a victim.
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