crazypolok - 3/4/2006 1:15 AM
if i was in europe the cops would have told me to go faster here its different.
Cool, so I have carte blanche?
Don't just flap things out of your hole. Think and get some decent information before you speak, boy.
Believe me, speeding over here is at least as much as a crime as it is in the US. At every intersection there are two speeding cameras, and on the highway cops are stationned random with camera cars.
Back on topic, you were speeding, speeding is 'a crime' (wether your like it or not), and you were caught speeding. When you break the law knowingly, you should at least be man enough to accept the fact that you got caught, and not nag about how much other injustice there is and oh no but I couldn't read the cops handwriting or whatever.
Just face the consequences of your deeds. It's as simple as that. You choose to drive a car, this means you also choose to except all dangers, responsibilities, and ofcourse all consequences of everything that is involved.
DR, You are right, he is just a kid, but he is also a kid that is (seemingly) mature enough to drive a vehicle on public roads. This makes that he must accept any possible reaction of a third person to his own actions.
Like said here before, it is a part of growing up and becoming mature.
Maybe his attitude shown here proves he is not yet mature enough to be driving.
Anyway, Crazypolok, I hope for your sake that everything works out, but I also hope you see and accept that YOU were the one in fault, no one else.