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Old 11-14-2005, 05:11 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by RACER X
so if he got off of 1 where he WAS breaking the law, and then gets popped for 1 where he wasn't, then he's even?

or is it only if you get away w/ it, it's ok? how often do you/i break the law and get away w/ it........ALOT. so why about it when you do get popped........the #'s are in favor of lawbreaking.
wtf are you saying or saying wtf is what your saying
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