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helltooth

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Dec 8, 2008
 
Why do guys drive around in these jacked up trucks all the time. It is stupid and a waist of time. I wish i knew who these idiots were who drove these monsters, because if I did id go whoop em. Do you want whooped?
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Dec 8, 2008
 
i know. what are these guys thinking. i just wonder are they jacking up there trucks because they can't get something else up. hhhmmm. i think so.
helltooth

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#3
Dec 8, 2008
 
yeah or them idiots that have loud trucks... whata buncha dumb shits

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Dec 9, 2008
 

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You're right. The gov't should tell us what we can and can't do to our own personal vehicles.
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yeah really they already tell us everything else we can or cant do in this town!!!!! cant be out passed midnight or your a crack head and will get the fine privalage of experincing a member of the ppd riding your bumber with his headlights totally incompasitating your sight for the next 3 to 4 miles..... Then you get to experince him pulling you over cause he says you touched the center line and you have no clue cause for one your freakin blind from his headlights being magnified through your mirrors....OH and then you get to play a game of 20 questions and asked if you mind if they search your vehicle....hell yes i mind but will make each and everyone of them a deal... I will drive my car to there house and while there looking through my car ill look through home...... Are you kidding me just because you decline them permision of a search they call the doggy......And let me tell ya by now you have become apart of the most rediculous display of several sets of flashing lights....all because you wanted to go to walmart or wherever at the ungodly hour of midnight!!!!! Truth be known they have already took the rite of making you truck/car louder with that noise ordinance, from what i can tell and have heard they dont enforce it unless they have nothing else to harras you about.... But to answer you question the reason why guys jack there trucks so high is....FAT GIRLS CANT JUMP!!!!!!
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College Station, TX

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#6
Dec 9, 2008
 
I see we have another pissed off traffic violator.
JACKED UP DRIVER

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Dec 9, 2008
 

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WELL NOW, LET ME TELL YOU THAT FAT GIRLS CAN JUMP AND THIS ONE DRIVES A JACKED UP TRUCK. SO IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH JACKED UP TRUCKS, YOU MUST HAVE A PROBLEM WITH GETTING IT UP YOURSELF, MAYBE YOU SHOULD GET A JACKED UP TRUCK TO HELP COMPENSATE FOR YOUR OWN NEEDS.
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Dec 9, 2008
 

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Is this a joke? The reason guys "jack their trucks up," is probably because it pisses you off. Oh and because they can.Whats it any buisness of yours. And they have to make them really loud, to drown out your crazy as* "scream- o" music. If they wanted your opinion they would make a thread lol, like everybody else does these days! "Guys, should I jack up my truck? Should i make it loud?" and you would get on there and post your little comments stating whether or not you agreed. The point is, if you don't like it, get over it. I'm sure there is something about your vehicle they don't like either . They aren't hurting anyone... now are they.
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Dec 9, 2008
 
I don't know about all of them but one in particular I know is just overcompensating for lacking in other areas.
funny but true

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Dec 9, 2008
 
insomniac wrote:
yeah really they already tell us everything else we can or cant do in this town!!!!! cant be out passed midnight or your a crack head and will get the fine privalage of experincing a member of the ppd riding your bumber with his headlights totally incompasitating your sight for the next 3 to 4 miles..... Then you get to experince him pulling you over cause he says you touched the center line and you have no clue cause for one your freakin blind from his headlights being magnified through your mirrors....OH and then you get to play a game of 20 questions and asked if you mind if they search your vehicle....hell yes i mind but will make each and everyone of them a deal... I will drive my car to there house and while there looking through my car ill look through home...... Are you kidding me just because you decline them permision of a search they call the doggy......And let me tell ya by now you have become apart of the most rediculous display of several sets of flashing lights....all because you wanted to go to walmart or wherever at the ungodly hour of midnight!!!!! Truth be known they have already took the rite of making you truck/car louder with that noise ordinance, from what i can tell and have heard they dont enforce it unless they have nothing else to harras you about.... But to answer you question the reason why guys jack there trucks so high is....FAT GIRLS CANT JUMP!!!!!!
The way you put this, is so funny, but so true. When I took my drivers test, you had to stay 1 car link behind for every 10 mph your were going. Cops should also have to abide by the law themselves. If they can't see your license plate from 3 and 1/2 car links behind, they should get glasses. They sure can't see it when they are riding your bumper. And people should know, by law, a cop can not stop you, if he hasn't done it with 2 miles of following you. And they only have 15 minutes to give you a ticket, or arrest you, after they do stop you.
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Mountain Home, AR

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#11
Dec 9, 2008
 
i have an idea if they get on your bumper brake check there but and when they hit you call the state police so they can get ticketed for following to close. i had a friend in little rock who did that. as far as jacked up trucks they look cool so if u got one jack it up.and make it loud.of its to loud you are 2 old
helltooth

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#12
Dec 10, 2008
 
do any of yall no the guys that drive those jacked up monsters around town? who are they?
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Lake Charles, LA

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#13
Dec 10, 2008
 
Yeah i drive one homo. What are you gonna do about it?
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Jonesboro, AR

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Dec 10, 2008
 
one of the guys that drive them jacked up trucks goes by spurlock. anyone know what that character is like.
Oh Pulease

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Dec 10, 2008
 
funny but true wrote:
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The way you put this, is so funny, but so true. When I took my drivers test, you had to stay 1 car link behind for every 10 mph your were going. Cops should also have to abide by the law themselves. If they can't see your license plate from 3 and 1/2 car links behind, they should get glasses. They sure can't see it when they are riding your bumper. And people should know, by law, a cop can not stop you, if he hasn't done it with 2 miles of following you. And they only have 15 minutes to give you a ticket, or arrest you, after they do stop you.
Where did you get that information? You better throw away the book that you read that in because you try that and you'll find that most of that statement you made is not accurate.
The part about following a car for 2 miles? Show me in the State of Arkansas Statute book where it says that. If I'm in a police car and I'm behind you, I can follow you for as long as you're in my jurisdiction. I might be following you to determine your quality of driving, speed or other infractions. If you are not doing anything bad, you have nothing to worry about. If you are swerving or speeding or driving erratic, I can follow you as far as I need to as to determine the reason you are doing it. Did the weather conditions cause you to drive that way, did you have something to drink, are you having a medical problem that's causing it, etc....

Now I give you partial credit on the 15 minute stop. If I'm not mistaken, the Statute book states that a traffic stop must be completed in a reasonable amount of time, but I don't remember if it actually gives a time limit. I'll look up both codes if I can find my old Statute book and post them on here and if I'm wrong on both, then I'll owe you an apology but I pretty sure I'm closer than you are on it
helltooth

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Dec 10, 2008
 
your atitude is ugly just like your truck prolly is hope you haVE a flat or throw a rod. i dont think u wanna be messin round and threatening me
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Yeah i drive one homo. What are you gonna do about it?
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Dec 10, 2008
 

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whos that? you think hed like it if i kicked his ass an drove his truck off in the river?

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one of the guys that drive them jacked up trucks goes by spurlock. anyone know what that character is like.
funny but true

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Dec 10, 2008
 
Oh Pulease wrote:
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Where did you get that information? You better throw away the book that you read that in because you try that and you'll find that most of that statement you made is not accurate.
The part about following a car for 2 miles? Show me in the State of Arkansas Statute book where it says that. If I'm in a police car and I'm behind you, I can follow you for as long as you're in my jurisdiction. I might be following you to determine your quality of driving, speed or other infractions. If you are not doing anything bad, you have nothing to worry about. If you are swerving or speeding or driving erratic, I can follow you as far as I need to as to determine the reason you are doing it. Did the weather conditions cause you to drive that way, did you have something to drink, are you having a medical problem that's causing it, etc....
Now I give you partial credit on the 15 minute stop. If I'm not mistaken, the Statute book states that a traffic stop must be completed in a reasonable amount of time, but I don't remember if it actually gives a time limit. I'll look up both codes if I can find my old Statute book and post them on here and if I'm wrong on both, then I'll owe you an apology but I pretty sure I'm closer than you are on it
4th Ammendent- The "Stop and Detain" Pre-Arrest Contact-Reasonable Suspicion Reguired:
An officer acting under the (reasonable suspicion) rule may require the person to remain in or near such a place in the officer's presence for such a time as is reasonable under the circumstances and in No event more than 15 minutes.
Ark.R.Crim.Pro.,Rules 3.1 and 3.2
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Dec 10, 2008
 
i'm sure he'd give you the keys to drive it off into the river.
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Dec 10, 2008
 
Oh Pulease wrote:
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Where did you get that information? You better throw away the book that you read that in because you try that and you'll find that most of that statement you made is not accurate.
The part about following a car for 2 miles? Show me in the State of Arkansas Statute book where it says that. If I'm in a police car and I'm behind you, I can follow you for as long as you're in my jurisdiction. I might be following you to determine your quality of driving, speed or other infractions. If you are not doing anything bad, you have nothing to worry about. If you are swerving or speeding or driving erratic, I can follow you as far as I need to as to determine the reason you are doing it. Did the weather conditions cause you to drive that way, did you have something to drink, are you having a medical problem that's causing it, etc....
Now I give you partial credit on the 15 minute stop. If I'm not mistaken, the Statute book states that a traffic stop must be completed in a reasonable amount of time, but I don't remember if it actually gives a time limit. I'll look up both codes if I can find my old Statute book and post them on here and if I'm wrong on both, then I'll owe you an apology but I pretty sure I'm closer than you are on it
Barrientos v. Ar.
In his appeal states the police followed him over 5 miles before stopping him, therefore violating his 4 amendment rights.
Even tho' at the moment I can't find the exact statute for this rule, I'm sure Barrientos did not appeal this on his own,but had an attorney do it for him. Which tells me this is a rule, or why would an attorney, site this as a point to appeal.
4 amendment rights cover a multitude of sins.
And come on, follow me as long as you want to??
Have you ever heard of harressment?
And FYI, I don't have anything to worry about when a cop gets behind me, or on the occasion when one does pull me over, I know what they stopped me for, and I readily admit it. And the 3 to 4 times in my life, when they have chosen to give me a ticket, I pay it.
But I'll tell you something else, if a cop does follow me for over 2 miles, or keeps me detained for more than 15 minutes, I would have no problem fighting it in court, and I' pretty sure I would win.
Bottom line is, cops by the law, have to follow the law, just like everyone else.

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