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Stop sign compliance is low for all

2016-01-16 03:40:09.763121+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Stop sign compliance is low for all modes, but it must be lower for drivers of police cruisers than even cyclists...

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#Comment Re: Stop sign compliance is low for all made: 2016-01-16 13:23:47.45576+00 by: Andy Lyke

Sara was entering a marked crosswalk here in NW Ohio, pushing a baby carriage, when a police SUV dusted her back. She called the police to complain of the action. The driver, a sergeant,called her back and patiently explained that his SUV had far greater ass than her baby carriage, therefore she had to yield.

Go ahead, match that!

#Comment Re: Stop sign compliance is low for all made: 2016-01-19 16:22:31.640483+00 by: Dan Lyke

Man, it'd be super nice if we had DAs who would go after bad cops. Or good cops who would go after bad cops.

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