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Old 02-05-2012, 08:39 AM   #36
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Couldn't agree more. I think most people say they "hate the cops" because their peers say the same. It's like following the leader, which most people don't grasp the idea of what cops are responsible for. Im graduating from college in 1yr with a BA in criminal justice because I feel a obligation to help protect my family and even those families I don't know...... SO with that said... Before you make claims about hating those you protect your sorry ***, maybe you should appreciate their dedication for protecting perfect strangers !!!
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I always get pulled over haha. Cops see the stang and then they follow. Then they see the hair and they immediately assume I'm a drug addict. Lmao keep profiling me, I love it.
Hahaha thats funny, but with that said i really dont think profiling is right but its kinda helpful for the cops. I guess its just annoying for me a 16 year old boy in a black mustang. So to cops im a greaaaattttt person to pull over bc i have more restrictions on driving that everyone else. Thats why i don't do anything bad!
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Old 02-05-2012, 09:01 AM   #38
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Hahaha thats funny, but with that said i really dont think profiling is right but its kinda helpful for the cops. I guess its just annoying for me a 16 year old boy in a black mustang. So to cops im a greaaaattttt person to pull over bc i have more restrictions on driving that everyone else. Thats why i don't do anything bad!
Play by the rules and you have nothing to worry about. A young kid in a sports car will get attention everytime .... It comes with the territory.
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Play by the rules and you have nothing to worry about. A young kid in a sports car will get attention everytime .... It comes with the territory.
Yes i have a good relationship with the cops in towns around me as they are family friends. But here in my town i dont really know these cops, im sure they've all seen me at school but in my town we have a serious drug problem that sadly is over looked :/ i wish the cops could work on that.
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Couldn't agree more. I think most people say they "hate the cops" because their peers say the same. It's like following the leader, which most people don't grasp the idea of what cops are responsible for. Im graduating from college in 1yr with a BA in criminal justice because I feel a obligation to help protect my family and even those families I don't know...... SO with that said... Before you make claims about hating those you protect your sorry ***, maybe you should appreciate their dedication for protecting perfect strangers !!!
They sure do protect my ***, it only takes them over 30 minutes to get to my house if I have a emergency. This is a pointless fight though. Some ppl think the government along with cops are very controlling and corrupt, some ppl still think they are how they used to be (for the most part) so you cannot fight an opinion. Good day

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First off walk a mile in a cops shoes before you judge them!.. Your comment about the older generation of cops?... Look up the whole Rodney King incident!... You would think that if your comment, about the older and newer generations where true, then you would see more incidents like that!.. But you don't really!.. Not even with as many video cameras and recorders as there are!...

Personally I think it's really F***ed up when a cop gets shot and killed over a tail light being out!... That's what happened to a high school buddy of mine!... One of the nicest and most professional cops you will ever find!.. More than likely he would have let the guy go with a warning!.. But was killed over a tail light!... Maybe my buddy should have shot the driver and then proceed to walk up to him??... At least my buddy would still be alive today!..

There are far more cops killed in the line of duty then what is publicized!... And the majority of the time is during a traffic stop!... Like I said before, walk a mile in their shoes first!..
They go into that profession knowing that's may be a good chance when your dealing with garbage a lot. That's like saying its not expected when a boxer gets punched in the nuts or head butted. It just comes with the profession. Doesn't make it right but they know it comes with the job.
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The best way not to have cop trouble is by basically staying out of their way
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They sure do protect my ***, it only takes them over 30 minutes to get to my house if I have a emergency. This is a pointless fight though. Some ppl think the government along with cops are very controlling and corrupt, some ppl still think they are how they used to be (for the most part) so you cannot fight an opinion. Good day

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They go into that profession knowing that's may be a good chance when your dealing with garbage a lot. That's like saying its not expected when a boxer gets punched in the nuts or head butted. It just comes with the profession. Doesn't make it right but they know it comes with the job.
Driving a loud car ie: bright colored or visual mods or loud pipes, you get the idea or a combo of all of the above add being lets say younger then 30-35 makes you stand out, and buying and modding your car you have to understand that being looked at comes with owning this type or ride. Think it's the Japanese that say 'the nail that's sticking out gets hammered'.

Meaning yes cops know the risk, but we as owners of loud or flashy cars also assume the realities of owning said cars. It's been established way before any of us had cars at all and it's never going away. Point is that it's a two way street, if you don't like being looked at go buy something quite and plain looking I guess.
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Driving a loud car ie: bright colored or visual mods or loud pipes, you get the idea or a combo of all of the above add being lets say younger then 30-35 makes you stand out, and buying and modding your car you have to understand that being looked at comes with owning this type or ride. Think it's the Japanese that say 'the nail that's sticking out gets hammered'.

Meaning yes cops know the risk, but we as owners of loud or flashy cars also assume the realities of owning said cars. It's been established way before any of us had cars at all and it's never going away. Point is that it's a two way street, if you don't like being looked at go buy something quite and plain looking I guess.
Very well said. Go buy a prius and save the world..........LOL
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Very well said. Go buy a prius and save the world..........LOL
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Driving a loud car ie: bright colored or visual mods or loud pipes, you get the idea or a combo of all of the above add being lets say younger then 30-35 makes you stand out, and buying and modding your car you have to understand that being looked at comes with owning this type or ride. Think it's the Japanese that say 'the nail that's sticking out gets hammered'.

Meaning yes cops know the risk, but we as owners of loud or flashy cars also assume the realities of owning said cars. It's been established way before any of us had cars at all and it's never going away. Point is that it's a two way street, if you don't like being looked at go buy something quite and plain looking I guess.
I agree. Why I wanted a sweet mustang, you get noticed cuz its a bad a car! I never said I didn't wanna be noticed.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:18 PM   #46
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I agree. Why I wanted a sweet mustang, you get noticed cuz its a bad a car! I never said I didn't wanna be noticed.
Right on right on, wasn't trying to call you out specifically at all more or less trying to make a point based off the topic. Sorry for any misunderstanding
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Right on right on, wasn't trying to call you out specifically at all more or less trying to make a point based off the topic. Sorry for any misunderstanding
I didn't think you was calling me out, it's all good I love my mustang cuz its a head turner!
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you do have have a beautiful stang
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you do have have a beautiful stang
Not big on yellow but yea I agree as well
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I also like your older stang there with the white and black it looks good!
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