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    Talking Free Inhabitant

    So, the driver of the vehicle is being detained for no liscence or registration. The passenger starts citing the Articles of Confederation Art 4 that discusses free inhabitants (this was actually relTed to trade).

    The best quote: "a free inhabitant gets all the protection of a citizen but does not have to obey the laws."

    The best part: when she cries as the handcuffs are put on.

    Note to self: when pulled over in the 21st century, do not cite a document that was superceded in 1789 (by the Constitution".

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=S7mDJDtW9Ig
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjölnir View Post
    So, the driver of the vehicle is being detained for no liscence or registration. The passenger starts citing the Articles of Confederation Art 4 that discusses free inhabitants (this was actually relTed to trade).

    The best quote: "a free inhabitant gets all the protection of a citizen but does not have to obey the laws."

    The best part: when she cries as the handcuffs are put on.

    Note to self: when pulled over in the 21st century, do not cite a document that was superceded in 1789 (by the Constitution".

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=S7mDJDtW9Ig
    LOL...she spent too much time on the internet, but not enough.

    When she was crying about him not following laws and having no authority; I was hoping the cop would say, "I don't have to follow laws, I'm a free inhabitant, too."
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    My brother (a cop) tipped me to the video.

    I actually think the cop handled this with outstanding patience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjölnir View Post
    My brother (a cop) tipped me to the video.

    I actually think the cop handled this with outstanding patience.
    Yeah..although, I'm not really sure why she wasn't allowed to leave...free inhabitant or not...she wasn't suspected of anything, right? Not sure what got them pulled over to begin with.
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    That just gave me an excellent idea for a scam.

    Selling Free Inhabitant Identification Cards. I bet you could set up a little shop next to a medical marihuana store and sell them like hot cakes.

    That or go to Phish concerts and sell them. Promise them immunity from the police with these Free Inhabitant ID cards.

    How much would people pay for that? $50 or $100?
    All behold that fancy strutting peacock, the bake sale diva...

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    My brother said it was either a speeding thing or no tag thing they got them pulled over. No idea what he was actually the team for other than being a pain in the ass. After the fact it turned out she had some drugs in the bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjölnir View Post
    My brother (a cop) tipped me to the video.

    I actually think the cop handled this with outstanding patience.
    He was extremely patient.

    I actually felt embarrassed on her behalf, she sounded like little child.

    I'm guessing that she is a tiny woman, and the cop didn't feel threatened by her, and she was easy to subdue.

    I'm not too sure how that would have went down if she had some size on her. The cop probably would have escalated it much quicker had she been bigger.
    All behold that fancy strutting peacock, the bake sale diva...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    That just gave me an excellent idea for a scam.

    Selling Free Inhabitant Identification Cards. I bet you could set up a little shop next to a medical marihuana store and sell them like hot cakes.

    That or go to Phish concerts and sell them. Promise them immunity from the police with these Free Inhabitant ID cards.

    How much would people pay for that? $50 or $100?
    There is some money to be made off these crazies...
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    I will do your website development ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bos Mutus View Post
    There is some money to be made off these crazies...
    There used to be a cult called the Zendicks that would come to Baltimore to sell CDs and artwork. They called themselves underground artists.

    A lot of them were, cute early 20s girls, not grungy looking, but almost preppy in appearance.

    I read one of their phamplets and chatted with a few of them once. They followed Phish tours and made good money selling art that looked like something a depressed fifth grader would paint.

    Their literature said they lived in a commune to escape the "Death Kulture" don't know why they spelled it with a K.

    I googled them and found a lot of stuff about how they recruit trust fund kids and take their money.

    That girl reminded me of those Zendicks.
    All behold that fancy strutting peacock, the bake sale diva...

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