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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    where is that? My friend says the surf has been good at the Jersey shore and he's been killing it.
    San Diego. Sunset Cliffs is about as far away as you can get from people. Now I need a boat so I can get down by Dolphin Tanks and away from the poo poo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQg-3pZhh9c
    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    The Canada geese are as confused as we are. But they naturally social distance themselves. It was hilarious watching them fly in to the ice. Wok wok wok, oh shit!

    I think this was their wok of shame. I couldn't stop laughing. All by myself. Made my day. I even took some vid of them sketching across the ice with their webbed feet. Still laughing. Hope you are too.

    Harold, I thought this was going to be a vacation! Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    No fuzz on the roads today at all. They were keeping the masses out of the trailheads with the Natl Park Rangers. That’s ok by me.

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    Sweet.

    WA state has dispatched a ton of planes to track speeders now because they know the roads are clear. Took a drive on the east side yesterday and my flight tracker app pinged me because I have all the WA WSP plane tail numbers on alert. Fucker was right above me.


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    So rornry.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    Sweet.

    WA state has dispatched a ton of planes to track speeders now because they know the roads are clear. Took a drive on the east side yesterday and my flight tracker app pinged me because I have all the WA WSP plane tail numbers on alert. Fucker was right above me.


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    Fuck that’s next level chess there Art, I had no idea I could do this (or be subject to air only speed traps during all this).

    On the highway run back home yesterday the average speed was 90, I kid you not. People generally drive like its NASCAR here but with no one on the road those that are left have all gone full Cake “she’s going the distance...”

    Did 330 miles yesterday, think I’m going back this afternoon for a different route (and I have to take the fam). I felt so much better after a long drive with the windows down and the radio cranked.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Fuck that’s next level chess there Art, I had no idea I could do this (or be subject to air only speed traps during all this).

    On the highway run back home yesterday the average speed was 90, I kid you not. People generally drive like its NASCAR here but with no one on the road those that are left have all gone full Cake “she’s going the distance...”

    Did 330 miles yesterday, think I’m going back this afternoon for a different route (and I have to take the fam). I felt so much better after a long drive with the windows down and the radio cranked.
    Yeah, a decent drive is a godsend these days. A little air, a little adrenaline, a little momentary freedom. Have fun with the family.

    And yes, if your state does aerial speed marking, time to use technology to stay a step ahead. I know when these cessnas hit the air.

    https://komonews.com/news/local/stat...ent-technology




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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    Sweet.

    WA state has dispatched a ton of planes to track speeders now because they know the roads are clear. Took a drive on the east side yesterday and my flight tracker app pinged me because I have all the WA WSP plane tail numbers on alert. Fucker was right above me.
    Thank you. Care to PM me the #’s, (living on the East side and all)?
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    Sure. Look for a PM shortly.


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    How do they give you the ticket? Is there still a trooper sitting in a car ahead? Seems like a massive waste of manpower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    How do they give you the ticket? Is there still a trooper sitting in a car ahead? Seems like a massive waste of manpower.
    #revenueenhancement

    Ohio State Troopers wrote the book on this shit.

    (That’s got to be #2 on the list of things I don’t miss about that state)
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    How do they give you the ticket? Is there still a trooper sitting in a car ahead? Seems like a massive waste of manpower.
    Yeah, I think they radio down to troopers. The aerial tech allows them to track speed by 1/4 markers and use high resolution video as evidence. What I am not certain on, and maybe someone with direct experience can chime in, is if you can get a ticket if they don't have a trooper available to pull you over, ie. receive a mail ticket like a redlight camera ticket (incidentally, my Passport alerts me to those things as well). If that is the case, I am sure the attorneys have argued, with what success I dont know, that while the fine may be imposed, it cannot count as a moving violation. I'm sure there Dan Samas has his aerial ticket defenses down and guessing he has tried due process, facing your accuser and all that, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    #revenueenhancement
    Oh, we're aware. WA is one of the few no income tax states left. Up here in Bellingham troopers pick off unaware Canadians on I5 all day every day. It's the tourist tax.

    Quote Originally Posted by Art Shirk View Post
    What I am not certain on, and maybe someone with direct experience can chime in, is if you can get a ticket if they don't have a trooper available to pull you over, ie. receive a mail ticket like a redlight camera ticket (incidentally, my Passport alerts me to those things as well). If that is the case, I am sure the attorneys have argued, with what success I dont know, that while the fine may be imposed, it cannot count as a moving violation. I'm sure there Dan Samas has his aerial ticket defenses down and guessing he has tried due process, facing your accuser and all that, as well.
    I phrased that wrong, because I know the nuts and bolts of it, but this^^^ part is really what I'm wondering about. It seems like the cops should have more important things to do (pandemic and all) than write tickets.

    And thinking out loud here, does the revenue justify the costs? And flying a piston single engine airplane at low levels isn't much - if any - safer than a lone car speeding on an empty freeway. Hmmm...

    In other news, was there torrential rain and hail there this morning like there was here? Feels like end of days. The Black Horse should be along any time now.

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    Seems like a major waste of resources but I’m sure they’ve done the math to figure out how to extract the most dollars possible. Then again, maybe they haven’t because nothing makes sense anymore.

    Was it a Chapelle sketch where he told the cops to grab a broom and start sweeping on downtime?

    I think road incidents are way down and the cities are pretty barren, so beyond what may be increased domestic abuse calls (which sucks for people stuck indoors with abusive fucks), I think the cops should be picking up trash. I wouldn’t even mind if they popped a cap in the trash before scooping it up so they feel like they are doing their jobs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    So rornry.

    This is Avon, CO correct? Looks like Beaver Creek.

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    Back on topic. Current crapper view.

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    **BmillsSkier laughed at cops shooting garbage.**


    That’s a pretty sweet crapper view Art!
    I still call it The Jake.

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    That yard work isn't going to do itself

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    This is Avon, CO correct? Looks like Beaver Creek.
    Nottingham Lake, Avon, CO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    This is Avon, CO correct? Looks like Beaver Creek.
    Looks like Screech Owl still has some sweet bumps.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Not quite a “happy” hour, but as good as can be expected

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    ^^^What part of the World is that? Really nice. ETA: O duh, Seattle
    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ski View Post
    ^^^What part of the World is that? Really nice. ETA: O duh, Seattle
    University of Washington Quad. Normally swarming with people this time of year. This year signs up saying "don't congregate."

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