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Monday, April 18, 2005

 

Things I Learned While Driving a Police Interceptor

As noted in BBlatt's post, My Car and Firearms , I went to pick up the car he bought through eBay. It was a tedious trip, visiting with my PA kids being the high point. The Amtrak trip out would have been more enjoyable if not for the 4-hour layover in Pittsburgh, and the railway-disaster tabletop exercise I'd attended a couple of weeks back.

Things I learned while driving an ex-VHP car:
1) People expect you to solve life's little problems for them.
2) Only the bold and sneering will pass you on the turnpike.
3) Yes, 140mph is on the speedometer for a reason.
4) PA State Troopers have no sense of humor (we'll not speak of this again).

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