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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by Cody Fousnaugh, Oct 20, 2019.
Police states can be effective.
This happened in Arizona due to extreme apathy for the poor undocumented Mexican population.........Civil Rights issue, jumped on by shady back-alley lawyers.
Ridiculous, but yesterday, we seen a young person driving a car with the month and year tags upside down on the plate. I firmly believe they done that on purpose to be noticed.
What's ridiculous is that you let things like that bother you. (And if they wanted "someone to notice," you fell right into that trap. )
It only bothers us because it looks so darn stupid and they did it on purpose. The word "purpose" meaning, they want to be pulled over and ask the officer, "don't you have better things to do besides pull folks over that are displaying upside down plate tags?". Just what an officer wants to hear, as sassy statement from a young motorist.
You certainly do waste a lot of time making assumptions about other people's lives and motives.
Yes, we both do and mighty proud of it!! LOL
Assumptions about what any age group does, is most often true assumptions. Just like motives that most people do have a motive for whatever they do.
Again, license plate tags put on upside down looks plainly stupid and when people do it, they do it for a reason. Wonder what a law enforcement officer's superior would say if the officer's name plate was upside down on their uniform.
Wonder what I might have to say (or do) to elicit such warm responses from you.........
Yesterday, we seen a vehicle pulled over that did not have a license plate on the back. Law enforcement isn't paying to much attention to expired tags right now, unless, like our neighbor found out, the tags are a year or older. But, not displaying a license plate is, most likely, a pull-over from red/blue lights.