How often do you break the law?

Biaviian

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If you were to guess, how many times a day do you break the law? This could be little things you know you are doing or things you may be doing that you are unaware of.
 

flap_jackson

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Every day. Driving-wise that is. I'll go over the speed limit, through red lights. Hell, I'll even break the double-yellow line on occasion. :twisted:
 

Vargas

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Let me see:

1. Speeding
2. Littering. I always throw things like gum, gum wrappers and little peices of paper out my window.
3. Double yellow infraction. Do this all the time when I have a section of road to myself--I like to drive in the middle whenever I can.
4. talking on cell, emailing on blackberry, checking online while driving. I do all of this everyday. Hell, I've posted on this forum before when doing 85 on the highway.


That is probably all.

Free porn isn't breaking the law, right?
 

kingchuck69

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Oct 11, 2008
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I ain't sayin' either. I've done stupid shit like everybody else.

However, I've never been to jail. :D

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psTUiQzNoxw]YouTube - Judas Priest - Breaking The Law[/ame]
 

Casual Fan

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If you do anything while driving but drive and possibly play the radio, you're being a douchebag. Stop it before you kill someone. I ain't kidding neither.

 

AJ_II

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If you can't talk on the phone and drive at the same time effectively, you probably shouldn't be driving in the first place anyway. I agree with text messaging though.
 

memebag

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If you can't talk on the phone and drive at the same time effectively, you probably shouldn't be driving in the first place anyway. I agree with text messaging though.
From my experience, people can't drive and talk on the phone. Whenever someone is driving dangerously, it's about a 90% change they're on the phone.

Who do you need to talk to that's so important that my risk of dying should go up any amount? No one, that's who. Hang up!