Teen gets traffic ticket - penality is:

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. Salty

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    I love it! When I drive by the highschool, I often see a string of teen drivers peeling out of the school lot like a bunch of crazed maniacs. Makes me wish the bunch of them had to ride the bus and stop making more traffic.
     
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    Interesting. If the teen is then assaulted on the bus then they have a good personal case against the jurisdiction?
     
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    Oh, billwald, those great Union Workers driving the buses wouldn't allow anything like that would they?
     
  5. Salty

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    Speed bump :thumbs:
     
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    When my son was in HS and he got a traffic ticket, WE took his driving privileges away and made him ride the school bus. I certainly agree with the judge, but I don't understand how it got to the point where parents aren't handling these cases at home.
     
  7. targus

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    No. Why is that you always go to speculation on law suits?

    Are you looking for a way to supplement your retirement income?
     
  8. billwald

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    >Why is that you always go to speculation on law suits?

    Because the law which most interests me is the law of unintended consequences.
     
  9. Salty

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    Then if a teen is assulated as he gets out of his car on school property, then they have a good personal case against the school :tear:
     
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    LOL, I wonder what she does for a homeschool kid?
     
  11. rbell

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    Actually, I think you're simply exercising the "Billwald's Law of the Extremely Annoying Contrarian:" (B.L.E.A.C.). Examples of this tragic disorder in action:

    Happy person: "Isn't it great...the sun's shining!"
    B.L.E.A.C. patient: "Humph. Causes skin cancer."

    Happy person: "My Daughter graduated college today."
    B.L.E.A.C. patient: "Humph. Doubt she can find a job in this economy."

    Happy person: "I just became a Christian!"
    B.L.E.A.C. patient: "Humph. Heater in the Baptistry is broken. You'll die of pneumonia getting properly baptized."

    B.L.E.A.C. patients are commonly diagnosed as following:

    "(B.L.E.A.C. patient) doesn't have ulcers, but he/she is a carrier...."

    B.L.E.A.C. patients tend to exhibit more symptoms on Wednesdays, due to a misunderstanding regarding "humph day."

    The best treatment is a valium. You might want to give the B.L.E.A.C. patient something as well.
     

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