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What did Santa bring you?

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Unread 12-25-2012, 04:31 PM
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Re: What did Santa bring you?

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No naughty list for you
Oregon DMV doesn't agree.
4 tickets in 5 months, & now my license is temporarily suspended....
2 for speeding
2 for seatbelt (while stopped at stop sign, & stop light no less) heck I wasn't even moving, let alone at a rate of speed that would deem a seatbelt anything more than an annoyance.

I haven't been cited for years. A lot of years actually. But the few of us that are still employed make great targets for revenue....

Either way it was my fault for choosing to speed.
As far as the seatbelt thing goes, they can kiss my @$$! I'll wear it when I think I aught to.

So ya, I'm on somebody's naughty list, but Santa looked the other way
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    Unread 12-25-2012, 04:49 PM
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    Re: What did Santa bring you?

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    Oregon DMV doesn't agree.
    4 tickets in 5 months, & now my license is temporarily suspended....
    2 for speeding
    2 for seatbelt (while stopped at stop sign, & stop light no less) heck I wasn't even moving, let alone at a rate of speed that would deem a seatbelt anything more than an annoyance.

    I haven't been cited for years. A lot of years actually. But the few of us that are still employed make great targets for revenue....

    Either way it was my fault for choosing to speed.
    As far as the seatbelt thing goes, they can kiss my @$$! I'll wear it when I think I aught to.

    So ya, I'm on somebody's naughty list, but Santa looked the other way
    Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good
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    Unread 12-25-2012, 05:20 PM
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    Re: What did Santa bring you?

    Seatbelts = revenue, especially here in Michigan. They (LEO) can stop and site you if they see you with no seatbelt...from a distance and then use that for probable cause for other infractions like a license plate light out or something hanging from your rearview mirror or maybe a mounted head on your hood (keep that in mind Len).....

    I can't afford any tickets and do my best to be John Q. Citizen. My job depends on my license, my commercial drivers license. As a safety and compliance officer for a large private trucking company, it's imperative that I maintain a squeaky clean image at all times.

    I never speed and I always wear a seatbelt and obey all traffic laws, especially when I'm carrying, thats a double whammy here.

    I haven't had any citations in at least 25 years, maybe longer.
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    Unread 12-25-2012, 06:45 PM
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    I did pretty well this year too.
    Wallet
    chocolate
    couple lbs of reloader 22
    a coffee mug with a handle looks like a handgun
    and a $500 gift certificate to my taxidermist...guess I better go kill something.

    Great time with Family and we even woke up a to a fresh blanket of snow
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    Unread 12-25-2012, 09:29 PM
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    Re: What did Santa bring you?

    Santa/my wife got me my usual Realtree Monster Bucks videos. Volume 1&2.

    AND all of Shawn Carlock's videos. And Shawn is such a nice guy that he gave her Send It:3 for free. Being off work until the first of the year, I have some video watching to do. Starting tomorrow.

    Jason
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    Unread 12-25-2012, 09:56 PM
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    Dev got me a Kindle fire, even let me have it early too
    A pair of sheepskin slippers
    And apparently there's an M2D Camo Fleece jacket ordered
    M2D Camo :: Made 2 Deceive :: Coats & Vests
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    Whats this whiskey you speak of Pendelton Whiskey
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