In the age of comment threads, I’ll sometimes revisit older
stories and see if anyone’s added some new and interesting
opinion. I was particularly struck by a comment left by
our special report, “Ticket to Safety?” which ran last
The debate centered around the motivations
of law enforcement in writing traffic tickets. And I think his
post, made Feb. 26 — made around seven months following the story’s
publishing — is insightful while being a bit tongue-in-cheek.
Here it is:
“I have an idea! Why not drive at the speed limit? There are two
immediate advantages. First, you won’t get a ticket, so you won’t
pay a fine! Second, you’ll be able to ‘stick it to the man’ by
refusing to give up your hard-earned money over to the county and
state. I know it’s a novel idea, but I’m pretty sure it works!”
He goes on with an anecdote:
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