Wednesday, January 9, 2013
I have my lights on my truck ever since I can see very well with the regular ones, and just as I shave my face because I just want it back right away, I do not see The change in light / dark / light / dark all the time while driving along a road race is far enough back that my little corner of the googlemaps.Is something that everyone knows that if you sit in the dark, your eyes adjust and you still see.more.black and white at a time. I have never been so light, I think it is stupid.
The most interesting thing about it is that it is an unwritten assumption that everyone is starting to clear. Some people even when your little one is moving away from the car, behind a hill, but many people purposely wait for both headlights to go dark to become visible to low so that the other person sees them.will do a flip on / nothing less than, say, "Hey, I'm wearing my light, you can lower your" only problem is, mine is already low, so when I first Stop the ride, I want to flip, so they know the deal, I already have my lights are down, worn and ready for love.
their lights back on, like, "Fuck you, man, how dare you not least, your lights when I'm wearing mine." Some people will even wait until my truck and turned around twenty feet, In a bold statement on road rage. It bothered me, for whatever reason, many people assume shit I do not know what I was doing, or did not care that I was suppose to ride with lights on all the time, or just assumed I started with Bright lights in the first place. Why can not a person just dim the lights in your ride? If I can get away with it legally, I just want the fog lights on most However when I ride, especially on a beautiful moonlit night - brilliant road with a nice soft yellow glow, star bright, beautiful scenery Outside the open window of the truck, some old blasting Skynyrd, just vibing. But such a forward thinking law does not like, so that at least I wish I was using my headlights in the dark. (I think you may be legally required to use them too much rain, and possibly snow, but I'm no lawyer, just a guy who drives a truck, the headlights.)
came roaring behind me - all the way, so I reached under my seat and pulled out a small knife I keep my hunting there, and on some input into the login sequence, with the 's right on my ass, bright lights shooting through the rear view mirror to my eyes as functional MRI. I can not stop to let the first man, he pulled my head back in the sand jumps out of a turn and head towards my driver's side door, the passenger seat is in a different shade. So I swung with my knife in my left hand and go, problem is, assuming there? "But he stops moving lights and start screaming about Agreed with this and that, I'm gonna kick my ass, oh, oh, oh., I calmly explain to someone that I never turn on the lights First, flip the lid to clear them, and they are bright. therefore at this point is a fool, but he started playing lawyerball like, "Well, why did you kick me when I flip themthe back of his truck was not clean and unworn, and roared back, he was poor.
I'm also more than a month after the police had drawn me a wink, and I can not pull a knife on me at the time, the reason is obvious. But when he came to the window of my truck, he even "Hey, you know you're shining your light on me?" Do not tip. He expressed accurately, "License and registration, sir." So I said, "Sure. Officer's name and badge number," and then dug into my wallet. "Excuse me?" He asked as I handed the papers I picked up a pen and a notecard (I always notecards around, all the time in my truck, in my pockets, my shoes, tool boxes somewhere) and got ready to write. "Can I get the number of your officers?"
He was hostile to the whole, "What do you need that for?" And "Do you know why I stopped you?" And all that nonsense police authority flaunting do, but he also shows me his number.MY! "Because that happens a lot when people in power think they know better.
Posted by Raven Mack at Wednesday, January 09, 2013