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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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do you break "little" laws

was caught in some roadworks and there was a delay on the lane. several huge signs said - "remain in vehicle..." sure enough various people started getting uot of their cars to have a stretch, chat, whatever and other people err remained in their vehicle as i did.

i seen the same thing on jets where you gotta stay seated until the little sign comes up and always a few people decide the will unfasten their seatbelts and get up when they feel like.

there a lot of "little" laws that some people just ignore - i figure they say stay in yr vehicle or seated on a jet for a reason.

how many of these little laws do you break and do you find it annoying when people break them??

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I think anyone who says they have never broken ANY law is either a liar or a saint. How many people have gone even 1 mile over the speed limit? Law breaker. Who has turned right on a red when it says no turn on red? Law breaker. How many people have taken someone else's medication? Law breaker. I think there are probably certain things that we all follow to the letter, I do not turn right on red where it says not to, I know too many intersections where you can NOT see even if you think you can and can easily get into an accident if you do turn on red. I am sure the people behind me find it annoying that they have to wait until the light turns green to turn right.

I know there are certain things I find annoying when people feel the need to ignore or not take seriously.


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Who ever says they don't is lying. who hasn't driven over the speed limit? Cruised thru a stop sign on a lonely road? Jaywalked? there are so many "little" laws it would be impossible not to break them at some point.

I'm pretty sure it's not a law to get out of your vehicle when stuck in traffic.




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Megan...great minds....




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Lol no joke!!!!
I had to get a polygraph done two weeks ago and he was pretty funny when it came to some of the questions. He made it very clear that he didn't expect me to be perfect, it was okay if I had taken pens home from work, taken a cookie when I worked at Subway, etc. Those are all technically stealing, but they don't count them.... I wonder why.....


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not so much stuck in traffic it was a lane closed and big trucks were going in and out clearing the road, a truck had to drive evasively to miss all the people that had gotten out of their cars as the one lane that was open was quiet narrow.

a traffic contoller directed the people to get in back in their vehicles and people started abusing him...renta cop...blah, blah.

i thought the situation could have gotten dangerous quickly and if anyone got hurt it would of course been the someone else's fault other than the people who had ignored the signs and verbal directions and they would try get a damages claim no doubt.

mebbe i am just getting old and angry.
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