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Old 08-25-2009, 09:44 PM
perkoff perkoff is offline
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Default Re: Making My Bike Legal

Originally Posted by granbury_man View Post
That is some crazy story....I could just see myself going to prison for walking on a womens lawn and slapping her....What did you say to make the cops so mad to threaten you with tickets if you files against her?When it comes to cops,you gotta stay calm and act cool....Those cheese heads up there must really have the new york attitude....I live in texas and everyone is laid back about my bike....I have been pulled over twice....The first time the cop said,licence and registration,I said,you know this doesnt have licence and registration,he goes,well you know why I pulled you over?I said no and said,failer to use hand turn signals.....hahahah,I said ok will do....He just wanted to look at my bike and was bored....He said have a nice day....The second time was at nite and it was pitch black out and he pulled me over becouse he thought I had a short in my electrical system,becouse my tail light was flickering....He walked up and had a confused look on his face and said,Oh I thought you were on a motorcycle.....He said be safe on these dark roads on a friday night,lots of drunks out there....I said ok,will do....
Well I heard the lady telling her side of the story and she said she slapped me because I spit on her which is just a total lie. Maybe some spit came out of my mouth when I was yelling at her but I didn't hock a loogie. If she would have just left my property when I told her to I wouldn't have had to get in her face and yell.

I know in some states it's legal to shoot someone if they're trespassing. I have no faith in cops, I don't know how I'm supposed to react to someone trespassing, refusing to leave and then slapping me in the face. I guess the cop wanted me to act happy that this lady wouldn't get off of my property. I should have just walked in the house and called the cops the when she refused to leave. I got worked up but think I had a pretty good reason to.
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