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Story doesn't say if the driver was hotdogging it and lost control.Oh no.... The Weinermobile crashed.
When I saw this, I thought of our long suffering friends in the northeast with all the snows hitting
so close together this year.
May all the coming snow storms be little ones.
I think I helped with the ozone "hole" when I gave up Silly String.
(and thanks for dumping the hairspray, @graphicguy )
>certain types of surveillance are handy tools for law enforcement and do help bring bad guys to justice.
Odd. That's not the way it works. Real officers stopping cars that are running lights, speeding, driving erratically find many violations such as warrants, DUI, drugs, etc. Our local police won't use redlight cameras for just that reason. However they actually have cops doing cop work.
Another agency nearby makes a fortune stopping people on a state highway feeding into Dayton. Lots of people stopped have - surprise! - drugs. Or they are DUI or they have warrants. The key is they actually police the area with real people in real cars looking for driver who aren't doing right.
I feel much safer driving when I know there are actually policemen on the road, instead of sitting in a station or Dunkin Donuts having coffee because the camera is making folks "safe."
I hear the red light cameras are causing global warming with all the energy they use.
Just dug out this old thread to see if the anti-GM folks were touting the recent largest fine ever for HONDA and were posting about it over and over. Guess the recalls are only important if they're GM. Crickets here. Last post December.
Well I spoiled the sleeping topic, so I'll apologize for pointing out the bias and let it go back to sleep.