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Fun with red light cameras

Print copies of license plates of people you don’t like on glossy paper. Attach them to your car. Run red lights.

11 Responses to “Fun with red light cameras”

  1. Tom Says:

    we used to do that as a joke, make a fake plate, slap it on and see how long it would take the other to notice. Got pretty damn good at it. Of note, Ohio recently went to flat plates, no embossing of the letters as well as not being nearly as reflective making it that much easier.

    I may have to stake out city hall for info, or get a democrat to snoop into government databases for me.

  2. GrumpyUnk Says:

    The law of unintended consequences strikes again.
    All it takes is a little ingenuity. It’s funny how a smartass kid can throw a wrench into the works!

  3. AntiCitizenOne Says:

    heheheheh…I should have thought of this in high school…

    although to be more specific, you need someone with a similar car…but it doesn’t matter! hahaha…

  4. drstrangegun Says:

    Anyone know Haslam’s plate numbers?

  5. Vote For David Says:

    Hey somebody tell the “anarchist” types about this. Then we can sit back and watch them make a mockery of speed and red light cameras all over the place. Great success.

  6. Magus Says:

    Osuwu said. “It is unfortunate that kids have a lot of time on their hands that they can think of doing such a thing.”

    Damn those slaves for thinking.

    Andrews[…]said that this could hurt the integrity of the Speed Camera Program. “It will cause potential problems for the Speed Camera Program in terms of the confidence in it,”

    IOW the government program isn’t wrong, we just can’t have any “civil” disobedience or people believing they have any freedom left.

  7. WtBL Says:

    It’ll be even more fun hearing about when one of them gets pulled over by an observant cop and found to not be charged with speeding or running a red light and also failure to display plate/tabs. Still, it’s something I wish I had done to a few people 🙂

  8. Robert Says:

    Texas Tolls in my region are all by camera- if you don’t have a toll tag they mail you an invoice. I think this is a good idea for some enterprizing young patriot. Can’t believe it isn’t done enough to shut down the system.

  9. nk Says:

    I’d make it a capital offense.

  10. KCSteve Says:

    Sounds like the Texas Toll system is a great opportunity to thwack two of your ‘favorite people’, as long as one doesn’t have a toll tag.

    I’m just surprised more people aren’t encouraging the paintball kids to do some target practice.

  11. JJR Says:

    I hope those kids get caught red-handed in the act by an actual patrolman. Then their speeding ticket will be the least of their worries.

    If you get a bogus ticket, dispute it in court…the video footage the state would use in its case against you should acquit you, unless the punks also happen to own the same make and model car as you.

    Sorry to disappoint would-be anarchists but this will not bring the system crashing down, sorry.

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