seatbelt law in paducah
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#41 Jun 14, 2012
Hell nah it don't never go up I've got 8 of them and there only 25 dollars a pop and they don't count against you're license and don't show up on insurance plus you do not have to go to court

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

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#42 Jun 14, 2012
responder wrote:
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Trial? To try and beat a ticket or to try and overturn the law? There is a big difference. Trying to beat a ticket is only helping yourself. Going before the supreme court helps everyone. Which did you do?
What I did was refused to pay and be jailed.Im not even sure if I could have appealed???Perhaps I still can?But it cost money to go all the way to the supreme court.

I see bigger things that need changing other than the seatbelt issue.
responder

Paducah, KY

#43 Jun 15, 2012
Homeless Veteran wrote:
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What I did was refused to pay and be jailed.Im not even sure if I could have appealed???Perhaps I still can?But it cost money to go all the way to the supreme court.
I see bigger things that need changing other than the seatbelt issue.
As the law is written, a judge is going to syntactically decipher what is written and uphold it accordingly. However, if the law is unconstitutional then the supreme court can overturn it. You are right in that there are bigger fish to fry. However, I don't think we can overlook our American rights being trampled on by zealous state or local officials at any level. That is about as big as it gets.

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

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#44 Jun 15, 2012
responder wrote:
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As the law is written, a judge is going to syntactically decipher what is written and uphold it accordingly. However, if the law is unconstitutional then the supreme court can overturn it. You are right in that there are bigger fish to fry. However, I don't think we can overlook our American rights being trampled on by zealous state or local officials at any level. That is about as big as it gets.
If you want to go to the mccracken county court house and pay for a copy of the tape,Listen to my arguement,You are welcome to.
Our rights are often abused.Im looking at 30 years over childsupport...I dont currently have time to argue seatbelts.
responder

Paducah, KY

#45 Jun 15, 2012
Homeless Veteran wrote:
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If you want to go to the mccracken county court house and pay for a copy of the tape,Listen to my arguement,You are welcome to.
Our rights are often abused.Im looking at 30 years over childsupport...I dont currently have time to argue seatbelts.
Here's to hoping that tax payers won't be paying for your child support problems by funding your stay. Good luck.
MoroccoMole

Paducah, KY

#46 Jun 15, 2012
In my younger days I had a wreak while not wearing a seatbeat, right in the driver's side door. Know what saved me, a ton of metal on a 1969 chevy. It's a shame cars aren't made that way anymore, but since they're not, I wear a seatbelt.

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

PCB

#47 Jun 16, 2012
MoroccoMole wrote:
In my younger days I had a wreak while not wearing a seatbeat, right in the driver's side door. Know what saved me, a ton of metal on a 1969 chevy. It's a shame cars aren't made that way anymore, but since they're not, I wear a seatbelt.
There is nothing wrong with wearing your seatbelt or going to see a doctor.I often wear my seatbelt because I dont have time to argue the issue in court.I dont mind spending time in jail.I have met alot of lost men in prison.

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

PCB

#48 Jun 16, 2012
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Here's to hoping that tax payers won't be paying for your child support problems by funding your stay. Good luck.
One of the things id like to see is that when men are in prison and forced to work for a dollar a day that the state pays their childsupport.

If the state puts a man in prison and doesnt pay his child support then the state is no better than the man.

If the county attorney puts a Homeless Veteran in prison over childsupport when he himself owes mre in childsupport than the veteran, what message is being sent?
responder

Paducah, KY

#49 Jun 19, 2012
Homeless Veteran wrote:
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One of the things id like to see is that when men are in prison and forced to work for a dollar a day that the state pays their childsupport.
If the state puts a man in prison and doesnt pay his child support then the state is no better than the man.
If the county attorney puts a Homeless Veteran in prison over childsupport when he himself owes mre in childsupport than the veteran, what message is being sent?
I suppose it would be cheaper on the taxpayer if the state just payed your child support. Don't get me wrong. I think the child support laws are retarded. If you are a man, then you are screwed out of the gate. It is rare to see a woman get the same treatment. Sexist if you ask me. But on the other hand, our children should be our priority. They should be held above our spouses, our mothers, and our country. They are the reason we truck on. Stop making excuses and throwing around you being a veteran. I appreciate your service, but don't jade the public with it. You are only harming other veterans. Step up and take control. The only person in your life that can change your timeline is you. Noone is holding you down.

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

PCB

#50 Jun 19, 2012
responder wrote:
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I suppose it would be cheaper on the taxpayer if the state just payed your child support. Don't get me wrong. I think the child support laws are retarded. If you are a man, then you are screwed out of the gate. It is rare to see a woman get the same treatment. Sexist if you ask me. But on the other hand, our children should be our priority. They should be held above our spouses, our mothers, and our country. They are the reason we truck on. Stop making excuses and throwing around you being a veteran. I appreciate your service, but don't jade the public with it. You are only harming other veterans. Step up and take control. The only person in your life that can change your timeline is you. Noone is holding you down.
I agree with your post.And I am trying to regain control over my life.How in yo oppinion of me am I harming other veterans?Am I harming the 200,000 in prison?Am I harming the ones in homeless shelters, or the ones with addictions that need help?Am I harming the ones thinking about killing themselves because no one on the planet understands the weight they carry around when they return?
You dont know me.But you have read many of my thoughts.

Would you give me your two cents worth?You did.And I thank you.
But now give me 2 cents..You missed the entire point.Because of free speech we are able to complain.If you want to give me a penny,Im greatful.Just for a penny..

There are currently more than 300 million people in this country.
If they would each give me just a penny.I could make a huge difference iin the world.

No not everyone will send me a penny.But me asking for a penny isnt wrong.Im in a bad spot.I need the penny.

The problem is you wont give me a penny.Thats whats wrong with this country.we all think its the next guys job to help the oe we see.The one we pass at the foot of the livingston county bridge each morning.

I respect your post and I agree.I should be trying to get a job,I should be trying to help others.And I am.

One my facebook page I ask for your prayers and your lint.I dont ask for your two cents.But this morning a state trooper gave me a ride across the bridge.She needed gas so she dropped me at the gas station where she filled up the car.

I walked from the gas station to walmart.At walmart I bought some orange juice.

The total came to $2.98 My change was 2 cents.

I woundered if there was a message in the two pennys.
I caught the bus outside.It brought me to the library.
Then I read you post.I understand what the two cents was about now.
responder

Paducah, KY

#51 Jun 19, 2012
Homeless Veteran wrote:
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I agree with your post.And I am trying to regain control over my life.How in yo oppinion of me am I harming other veterans?Am I harming the 200,000 in prison?Am I harming the ones in homeless shelters, or the ones with addictions that need help?Am I harming the ones thinking about killing themselves because no one on the planet understands the weight they carry around when they return?
You dont know me.But you have read many of my thoughts.
Would you give me your two cents worth?You did.And I thank you.
But now give me 2 cents..You missed the entire point.Because of free speech we are able to complain.If you want to give me a penny,Im greatful.Just for a penny..
There are currently more than 300 million people in this country.
If they would each give me just a penny.I could make a huge difference iin the world.
No not everyone will send me a penny.But me asking for a penny isnt wrong.Im in a bad spot.I need the penny.
The problem is you wont give me a penny.Thats whats wrong with this country.we all think its the next guys job to help the oe we see.The one we pass at the foot of the livingston county bridge each morning.
I respect your post and I agree.I should be trying to get a job,I should be trying to help others.And I am.
One my facebook page I ask for your prayers and your lint.I dont ask for your two cents.But this morning a state trooper gave me a ride across the bridge.She needed gas so she dropped me at the gas station where she filled up the car.
I walked from the gas station to walmart.At walmart I bought some orange juice.
The total came to $2.98 My change was 2 cents.
I woundered if there was a message in the two pennys.
I caught the bus outside.It brought me to the library.
Then I read you post.I understand what the two cents was about now.
You're right I don't know you. I can only assume and read into your messages how you write. I am not a god and can completely miss the mark sometimes. Having said that, what I read was you touting that you're a veteran. That reeks of "feel sorry for me." If enough veterans take that stance, people will become tired of hearing and stop helping. It kills patriotism. That is how it harms other veterans. There is a big difference between these two statements: "homeless veteran" and "man with military background looking for work." If you are a veteran that our country is pissing on (and there are plenty) let me be the first to apologize. I have zero problem with the government helping out people in need. Especially those that served. That's what the welfare system is SUPPOSED to be about.

Let me share something I learned a while back. If you want something bad enough, then wanting is simply enough. Because if you really want it bad enough, you will make it happen. So if you are legit, put your chin up, and want it. I wish the best for you.

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

PCB

#52 Jun 19, 2012
One day I suspect you will read about me.One day Ill suspect you will wounder why you didnt help me.
After my last post I walked to the soup kitchen.
They had beef stew over rice.In case your woundering.At the soup kitchen,I a homeless man.
I walked with him to the court house and paid for him to get a Drivers license.It cost 12 dollars.
He only had a dollar.We walked to the library.
Since he now has ID.He can get a library card and get online to find a job.Since he now has a mailing address and will have an email.
He can and will find a job.He has no felony,no drug addiction,no mental illness.
My sister and mother showed up to drive me to see my P.O.

I jumped into the back seat of the car with a homeless guy I only just met.Josh could tell that they were uncomfortable.But the took me to see my P.O.and took us to get him a change of clothes.

As we walked across town to where he camps near the old tent city.I saw a lady sitting on her porch.Normally I dont talk to women.But I remeber the cat that lives there.The cat is very friendly.
The cats human gave me a cup of ice water one day.
The lady gave us water from the garden hose.It tasted like water from a garden hose.

I thanked her and told her I was Homeless Veteran.
She said realy?The Homeless Veteran from Topix?

Josh laughed.If I had said my name she wouldnt have known me.But im already know in Paducah as Homeless Veteran.

When josh lands a job and he will.I suspect he will buy the seeds for the garden.He might even pay for me to change my name.

If the day I change my name,Millions of people from across the nation send me seeds and a dollar.
Suddenly everyone on topix that has known I was crazy for years will suddenly think maybe im not.

What have you done to help the homeless today?
If Josh gets a job.He will get off foodsamps.
That helps the system.

“All gave some,some gave all.”

Since: Jun 11

PCB

#53 Jun 19, 2012
Anyone got a lawn mower they dont need?
I know a lady that needs her lawn cut.
I could use the money...
responder

Paducah, KY

#54 Jun 19, 2012
"What have you done to help the homeless today?"

I armed a homeless man with the information he needs to succeed in life. The rest is up to him.
Crispus Attucks

Paducah, KY

#55 Jun 20, 2012
Homeless Veteran wrote:
One day I suspect you will read about me.One day Ill suspect you will wounder why you didnt help me.
After my last post I walked to the soup kitchen.
They had beef stew over rice.In case your woundering.At the soup kitchen,I a homeless man.
I walked with him to the court house and paid for him to get a Drivers license.It cost 12 dollars.
He only had a dollar.We walked to the library.
Since he now has ID.He can get a library card and get online to find a job.Since he now has a mailing address and will have an email.
He can and will find a job.He has no felony,no drug addiction,no mental illness.
My sister and mother showed up to drive me to see my P.O.
I jumped into the back seat of the car with a homeless guy I only just met.Josh could tell that they were uncomfortable.But the took me to see my P.O.and took us to get him a change of clothes.
As we walked across town to where he camps near the old tent city.I saw a lady sitting on her porch.Normally I dont talk to women.But I remeber the cat that lives there.The cat is very friendly.
The cats human gave me a cup of ice water one day.
The lady gave us water from the garden hose.It tasted like water from a garden hose.
I thanked her and told her I was Homeless Veteran.
She said realy?The Homeless Veteran from Topix?
Josh laughed.If I had said my name she wouldnt have known me.But im already know in Paducah as Homeless Veteran.
When josh lands a job and he will.I suspect he will buy the seeds for the garden.He might even pay for me to change my name.
If the day I change my name,Millions of people from across the nation send me seeds and a dollar.
Suddenly everyone on topix that has known I was crazy for years will suddenly think maybe im not.
What have you done to help the homeless today?
If Josh gets a job.He will get off foodsamps.
That helps the system.
Just wondering how you walked to the court house and got a drivers license.....and if he got a renewal he could still have gotten a library card with an expired license........just wondering

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