Oh, there are many ways I could go with this and I'm sure a lot of you have ideas and various examples of your own. My example is this, cell phone usage. You see, today I had to do my rounds in S.W. Mo. and in doing so I saw a couple of Highway Patrol and State Troopers using the cell phone while driving. As you know, you aren't supposed to do that and in some states, you can be cited for it. My question is this, what do I get for stopping a cop?
Believe this or not not, I have the utmost respect for the police, I knew quite a few in Arkansas(for various reasons). So, I hope this doesn't come off as some sort of slight against our local officials. What I do hope is that maybe next time by writing this post, myself and others who read this, may take this as a reminder to keep the cell phone camera or any other camera ready as to take a picture for posterity.
Here's how you should be able to use this new found power. First, some background. You know how if you get pulled over by a cop, there comes a time that they simply just let you go for whatever reason? Well, this is how you use that new power. You should be able to call this in, find a way to find out about this cop and then decide for yourself if you should turn him in. A judgement call, pure and simple. Now, you could just say piss on all that and just turn him in anyway, it's your call(pun intended).
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