posted on Jul, 30 2013 @ 12:48 PM
Originally posted by proteus33
reply to post by DISRAELI
if i can have the freedom to express myself by burning the flag them i see no reason some monkey deputy should threaten me with a fine for not tucking
in my tshirt. the reason i was there is because my girlfriend had a ticket for bumping a parked car with hers in a crowded parking lot no damage was
done but local cop saw it and gave her a ticket
she asked for a prayer for judgement but she didn't understand she still had to pay the fine. so i got a call from her to come bring the money for
her fine which i did. as soon as i went into the building where the traffic court was the deputy at the desk threatened me with a hundred dollar fine
for not having my shirt tale in . i replied no u won't i handed my girl her money and walked right back out. and no i would not pay this fine because
i consider it to be trivial bovine fodder from the male of the species. if i want to expess my self with my shirt out whats the big deal it was not
vulgar and t can't be considered a security thing . yes i live in eastern nc. i was in the town of new bern in craven county. in my opinion this
county is just tring to fine people to death
how did I know? lol
no offense, but I just moved away after 3 years in Washington county. WOW dude, you are way better off. Because of Cherry Point and NAS new river, you
town has probably the MOST sane town there..
But the area has a local population (not military / retiree transplants), they behave like its still the 1940;s.. the business practices, the store
I lived on Cherry Point (capehart housing, woop woop) back in 84-86. Havelock and New Bern were more civilized in the 80's than Wash County was in
YOU HAVE no IDEA the amount of corruption in ENC law enforcement... nowhere is more corrupt..
and they ALL grovel at the feet like school girl groupies at a beiber concert whenever they meet a guy who is training at MOYOCK.. the superstars to
the hick LEO's in ENC.
the CIA even has a "black bag" training facility somewhere "on the Roanoke river"