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    Default Fritter

    I will be on Westgate Blvd south of 71 starting at 7:30am ish.

    Speed is 35 (I think)

    I start citing at 46 and up.


    Fritter

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    hahaha this thread is amazing

    what other cop would do this?

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    Default Re: Fritter

    Fritter seems like a very reasonable LEO.

    Hey, I thought you cited at 12 over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cips View Post
    Fritter seems like a very reasonable LEO.

    Hey, I thought you cited at 12 over?
    Usually the lower the PSL the tighter the margin.
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    I'm assuming this is for Wednesday, and not today.

    Regardless, I'm still hung up in Floridia and won't be able to make it. I'm bummed out, because Fritter is good people, and I really wanted to catch up with him again. Keep putting your name on the STEP list, Bro! Hope to see you soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erickonphoenix View Post
    Usually the lower the PSL the tighter the margin.
    Yeah. If I was a cop patrolling in a 35mph zone then my limit would be +10 over too.

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    Default Re: Fritter

    Tommorrows forcast is for freezing rain and sleet. Obviously not a safe time to be running traffic enforcement. I will not be out and about if the weather doesn't cooperate.

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    Wow, I heard that about DFW, and it is one of the reasons I had little trouble deciding to postpone my return. I had hoped you had better luck in Austin though. Stay warm! Stay safe!

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    yeps ice and sleet in the NW TX area!i want to meet Fritter, an officer that lets you know where and when and tells you how much leaniancy, to shay

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    yea no working for me outside i got meet fritter my sis. is moving to austin for school i heard its great there.... i just got ambushed in richardson w ultralyte and the dude was staring hard holding his gun like wtf i wasnt even speeding then he followed me and i parked he flipped around and sat watching me whats up w that? im stealth wo j16's

 

 

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