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New Police Radar?
Mike In SATX
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Fester  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:27 AM)
Here's an idea; don't speed? What part of the word "limit" do you not understand?
If people would simply follow the rules it would deprive them of the income.

It's not the speed we're worried about, it's the ability to track our movements. With this system, a vehicle's location could conceivably be tracked and monitored in real-time.
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Post: #17
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One the 8th day the Lord created antonymous speed traps along the highway.

One the 9th day Man created the Shotgun...Cheer

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Post: #18
gmorning New Police Radar?
Should notice it with radar detection. In my country they have a high fine for radar detection. Sadly these radars are to make money, not safer roads. You'll be fined for driving 5km over the speed limit.
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Fester  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:27 AM)
Here's an idea; don't speed? What part of the word "limit" do you not understand?
If people would simply follow the rules it would deprive them of the income.

Speed limits not air cooled VW friendly.

25 and 40 are shift points.


lol

And it's safer to travel with the flow(at whatever speed that happens to be) in a car, faster than the flow on a motorcycle.

And they know that, it's not for safety. Not even valid for fuel economy(in a real car)

chuckle

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Nationalize monetary policy at the FED, reinstate Greenbacks.
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Post: #21
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Mike In SATX  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:34 AM)
Fester  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:27 AM)
Here's an idea; don't speed? What part of the word "limit" do you not understand?
If people would simply follow the rules it would deprive them of the income.

It's not the speed we're worried about, it's the ability to track our movements. With this system, a vehicle's location could conceivably be tracked and monitored in real-time.

Dude it's way past 1984chuckle
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Fester
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Post: #22
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ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (07-29-2013 06:40 AM)
Mike In SATX  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:34 AM)
It's not the speed we're worried about, it's the ability to track our movements. With this system, a vehicle's location could conceivably be tracked and monitored in real-time.

Dude it's way past 1984chuckle

No doubt Ash. If a person doesn't want to be tracked he or she must first turn off their cellphone and leave it off. chuckle

Luvapottamus  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:54 AM)
Speed limits not air cooled VW friendly.

25 and 40 are shift points.

lol

And it's safer to travel with the flow(at whatever speed that happens to be) in a car, faster than the flow on a motorcycle.

And they know that, it's not for safety. Not even valid for fuel economy(in a real car)

chuckle

Cheer

When the carbs were tuned my CBR shifted into 2nd at nearly 90mph. That was a few years back. Today I just try to keep it in the highest gear possible to keep the noise down. No chance air cooling that beast either.

I know it's not politically correct but damnit people speed limits are laws too. If you don't like them then prove we're still in charge and change them. Otherwise I have to assume you agree with the law. After all if you didn't you would be a criminal, right? Lmao

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Fester  Wrote: (07-29-2013 08:52 AM)
ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (07-29-2013 06:40 AM)
Dude it's way past 1984chuckle

No doubt Ash. If a person doesn't want to be tracked he or she must first turn off their cellphone and leave it off. chuckle

Luvapottamus  Wrote: (07-29-2013 03:54 AM)
Speed limits not air cooled VW friendly.

25 and 40 are shift points.

lol

And it's safer to travel with the flow(at whatever speed that happens to be) in a car, faster than the flow on a motorcycle.

And they know that, it's not for safety. Not even valid for fuel economy(in a real car)

chuckle

Cheer

When the carbs were tuned my CBR shifted into 2nd at nearly 90mph. That was a few years back. Today I just try to keep it in the highest gear possible to keep the noise down. No chance air cooling that beast either.

I know it's not politically correct but damnit people speed limits are laws too. If you don't like them then prove we're still in charge and change them. Otherwise I have to assume you agree with the law. After all if you didn't you would be a criminal, right? Lmao

Change the law? Well maybe locally, but I'd put these first:

Make it a felony for local LE to cooperate with or tolerate unconstitutional Federal Actions in their jurisdiction.

Stop administering Fluoride into the public water supply.

Purchase fiber internet at the same ratio we now have cell towers by ownership.

Purchase clearchannel and give the stations to the local colleges.

Last two by imminant domain for the public Health.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Nationalize monetary policy at the FED, reinstate Greenbacks.
Wall Street Sales Tax http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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Post: #24
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-29-2013 01:13 AM)
Everyone  Wrote: (07-29-2013 12:46 AM)
link to image: http://stashpit.com/upload/big/2013/07/2...1ea853.jpg

Also cops can access the radar from a distance via bluetooth tech to their onboard computers.

not with bluetooth
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Post: #25
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-29-2013 12:07 AM)
The dirt below could mean it is an access for farm equipment crossing?

Nah, that's where the INTENSE rf field of the radar beam has nuked the grass and every living thing in it into a burned up shrivelled husk...

Can you IMAGINE what this is doing to our BRAINS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Fester
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Post: #26
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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (07-29-2013 09:04 AM)
Change the law? Well maybe locally, but I'd put these first:

Make it a felony for local LE to cooperate with or tolerate unconstitutional Federal Actions in their jurisdiction.

Stop administering Fluoride into the public water supply.

Purchase fiber internet at the same ratio we now have cell towers by ownership.

Purchase clearchannel and give the stations to the local colleges.

Last two by imminant domain for the public Health.

I don't disagree with any of those ideas.

All I mean is that we can't have it both ways. Either it's a law and we obey it or we don't and, well, we're criminals.

Also I'm really damned tired of seeing LE totally disregard laws they so strictly enforce on others. Either drive like everyone else or turn on your damn lights and sirens so we know to get out of your way.

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