I guess he really didn’t like speed cameras…

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by imageWIS, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. imageWIS

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    I can relate! Those things are just wrong.
     


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    I like the other fellow mentioned in the story:
     


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    In Germany the highway police used to have the small Robot cameras mounted on their Porsche patrol vehicles, which I believe were 356 cars.
     


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    Fortunately the speed cameras in NSW are used to detect low IQ, not speed.

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    Fortunately the speed cameras in NSW are used to detect low IQ, not speed.

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    Oh that's fucking awesome! I wish I had warnings like that. Especially after my speeding ticket this morning! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

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    In Sydney, there are always *two* signs warning of a speed camera ahead. And yet there is one particular one, about 10 minutes from where i live, which does $20,000 AU a day.
     


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