Thursday, December 25, 2008

Pass Me Now, See You Later

I've heard of ER Nurses having license plate frames that say "Pass me now, see you later."

Tonight while driving home from my parents house, I was doing my usual routine for driving with low traffic volumes when I am in no particular hurry: set the cruise control to the speed limit and sing along with the radio.


A stretch limo goes flying past me at 15 or more miles over the limit.  I watched it go by and thought, "do people really think that they are above the law just because they are rich?*  Boy, would I love to see that guy get pulled over just to teach them a little lesson!"


State Patrol.  1 mile later I passed the limo.  I wonder how much the ticket will be for.

* I know, I know, the limo driver probably gets paid piddle and the rich snob in the back doesn't really have much to do with the speed that the car is going, but the symbolism is too great to resist.

1 comment:

*~Dani~* said...

That happened to me recently. Isnt it super satisfying?