View Poll Results: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

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  • Yes - I break a law now and then.

    53 91.38%
  • No - I never break a law even if I do not agree with it.

    5 8.62%
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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    I don't think anyone with any smarts wants to admit to anything here more drastic than a little speeding. Not on an open Internet forum.
    ROFL Why not? Hell, I admitted to most of them on my govt security clearance application.

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    joke repetition fail.

    (see post 55)
    Aw hail, you beat me to it. Shoulda known.

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Yeah, but I hate whiners who are willing to break laws and then bitch about the consequences of breaking those laws. If you believe in it enough to break the law, you should willingly accept the consequences.

    I break the law because I felt it needed breaking, not because I think I can or should be able to avoid the consequences.
    LOL Yeah, I agree. Now, I DONT agree there should be consequences to my breaking a law I don't agree with. And, if I did agree with a law, then I would never have broken it to begin with. So, I don't think there should be consequences because I don't think whatever I did should be against the law.

    However, I realize that it IS when I break said law and I realize there will be consequences. And when I have been caught, I've never once whined, or even lied about doing it. I've been pretty much, "Yeah... you got me. So what do we do now?"

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    So THAT's what I've been doing wrong!

    I was wondering why everybody looked at me funny and then ignored me, when I went into the firehouse and screamed "MOVIE!"

    I had the silly thing in reverse...
    You have to get-up early to beat Tucker. But an A for effort bro!

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by rivrrat View Post
    LOL Yeah, I agree. Now, I DONT agree there should be consequences to my breaking a law I don't agree with. And, if I did agree with a law, then I would never have broken it to begin with. So, I don't think there should be consequences because I don't think whatever I did should be against the law.

    However, I realize that it IS when I break said law and I realize there will be consequences. And when I have been caught, I've never once whined, or even lied about doing it. I've been pretty much, "Yeah... you got me. So what do we do now?"
    Exactly! you said what I was thinking better tha nI did.

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    You have to get-up early to beat Tucker. But an A for effort bro!
    what are you talking about? ARC beat me with his man-purse earlier in this thread. I think he's a late sleeper too.

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    what are you talking about? ARC beat me with his man-purse earlier in this thread. I think he's a late sleeper too.
    You fed him the man-purse line, it was his only option!

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Caine View Post
    Agreeeed.

    Whats more funny is when someone tells me I am ruining their life because they are being arrested.

    Im like, last time I checked if you weren't the one doing this then you wouldn't be getting arrested, YOU are ruining YOUR life.

    People who blame cops for what they are doing wrong are lame.
    And cops who try to bust someones cojones about their lifestyle choices are wrong. Just do your job and save the other crap for the persons "personal" peeps!
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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    And cops who try to bust someones cojones about their lifestyle choices are wrong. Just do your job and save the other crap for the persons "personal" peeps!
    I try to help people put the blame for their problems where it lies.

    I apologize if I support attempting to make people realize its time to take personal responsibility for their actions instead of blaming the police like a fool.

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    Re: Do you ever knowingly break the law?

    Would be nice if you could start a poll about a poll in the thread devoted to the old poll, to poll the respondents to the poll the new poll is about as to their opinion on the veracity of the respondents to the poll.

    I is wondering about the 3 people who voted "no".
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