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Discussion in 'New York Tri-State' started by robiferretti, May 18, 2004.
dont feel like retyping
Going to a Hooters bikini contest without a digital camera??? You should know better than that.
i didn't even get to watch the contest, cops threw me out and took my seat
I don't feel like re-typing either:
The Paramus PD are morons. When my car was stolen three years ago it look the dumbass officer a good 10 mins to write up the report only to mess somthing up in the end. So, I had to wait another 10-15 mins for him to write another one. I'm sorry but have no respect for most of the PD's here in Bergen County. They're all a bunch of overzealous bullies out to get you.
Hmm, don't take this the wrong way, but why would anyone want to purposely challenge the police??
Don't get me wrong, I had my own unfair encounter(I had undercover point his gun at the back of my head) with police and I don't like them any more than you do. But I will not try to p1ss them off EVEN IF what you did was legal, it's just not worth it.
Doing their job is one thing, you wanna kick everyone who is standing out. then kick EVERYONE who is standing out, not just select people. Then after you do that leave and keep one officer there if you want. there is no need to have 20 officers there until the bikini contest is over before they leave. I just got real pissed about that.
Well, at least we now know that the Paramus police are not gay.
I think there's a difference between challenging a police officer on the side of the road after he's pulled you over for doing 75 in a 30 versus questioning the decision of 20 cops and the Chief of Police watch a bikini contest while on duty and then exercising civil authority to remove citizens from the venue so they can enjoy the show.
Every police office I know is super sensitive to being seen while on duty. In fact, this past weekend, we met up with some officers in NJ who were co-workers of a member of our party. The officers kept a good distance away from the group of Ferraris -- we went over and said "hi" but noone watching our interaction from afar would ever think that they just saw a bunch of cops hanging out with some Ferrari guys. That's the normal behaviour of every cop I know when I encounter them while on duty. But that's just my opinion.
Plus, I don't live in New Jersey and I'd sign Rob's name to the letter, so I say challenge 'em!
I went ahead and sent a letter to them under Rob' name. Included his photo and license number. Called them every 4 letter name in the book (and their mommas) and DARED them to come after "me." No, no Rob, don't thank me...
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No no no you misunderstood me.
I think they were being complete a$$ to stake out the bikini contest and kicked you out.
What I meant by "challenge", was referring to what you guys did afterwards, the little run which I am sure qualified for both speeding and speed contest based on how you described it. That's something they can easily and legally nail you on, they knew you were provoking anyway. I am happy for you that they did not do anything, but personally I would not do anything like that. It's just not worth it to me.
Oh.... that part. Right you are!
You should have yelled FIRE!!!!! And cleared the place out!!!!
I guess I'll follow the trend and not re-type either......