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post #11 of 19 Old 07-20-2010, 11:25 AM
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Yep, the idea of the cops in hot pursuit at 20 mph. Makes me giggle insanely.
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post #12 of 19 Old 07-20-2010, 02:11 PM
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haha my friends 2 brothers are cops and her fiance is a cop. I showed this to them and they all wished that something like this would happen to them. They were laughing uncontroably. We live in Amish country(I actually dated one)and nothing like this has happened. Well actually, there was an incident where the horse didn't stop, ran through the stop sign, and got hit by a car not even a mile away from us. =( but this is the best story ever.

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Bwahahahaha.. imagining the cops with their sirens blaring crawling at a speedy 20 miles per hour will the horse runs as fast as possible is too much.. what was this boy thinking?!
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Giggle. I am guessing he was not thinking and that is where the problems started. A common young male issue.
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Bahahaha that's my laugh for the month
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Giggle. I am guessing he was not thinking and that is where the problems started. A common young male issue.
Add drinking on top of the testosterone, and he never stood a chance not to do something stupid!
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Add drinking on top of the testosterone, and he never stood a chance not to do something stupid!
Exactly! The poor saintly horse and buggy got stuck in the middle of it.
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Add drinking on top of the testosterone, and he never stood a chance not to do something stupid!
They always say alcohol makes you do stupid things but this is the stupidest thing I've ever heard! =P

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OMG, I can just imagine that radio traffic between those cops.

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