I was in Colorado on buisness yesterday when it happened. I was driving back to the airport in a rental 2004 Lincoln LS. I see a cop coming from the opposite direction, so instinctivly I look down at my speedo. I thought I was going a acceptable speed, so I did not slow down. The cop flips around and pulls me over. He walks up to my car and tells me he pulled me over because I was going 72 in a 65. 7 mph over the limit and he stops me. He asked why I was in such a hurry. That question caught me off guard for a minute because I was going 72 in a 65. I finally told him I was had a flight I needed to catch and I was about 2.5 hours away from the airport. He insisted that I was only 1.5 hours away and that I would be fine. He went back to his car and ran my license. He came back and just issued me a warning, and kept insisting that the airport was 1.5 hours away. I told him I was using a GPS and it indicated 2.5 hours. He said that he never believes those things, and sent me on my way. Well, it turns out the airport was 2.5 hours away, even with me still speeding. I barely made my flight, the flight attendant told me if I was even 5 seconds later he could not have checked my bag. Yes, I was speeding, but 7 mph? Give me a break. If that cop was not so bored, then I would have had made my flight with 10 minutes to spare. 10 minutes is not a long time, but compared to a few seconds it is huge. To top it off, my warning is in the Colorado Data base now, so if I ever get pulled over again in Colorado, the cop will see my warning and most likely give me a ticket. Dirty cops!