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  1. #1
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    Default even the rabbits pay attention

    Well just got back from a family outing in wisconson dells. I was on my way back to minnesota on I90 near sparta and that stretch of hyway has a large median with many trees and occasional gravel Leo turn arounds. anyways... I'm clicking along at 77 in a 65 following a black suv clicking about 100 yards ahead of me at same speed. anyway rd goes off with k2 im wondering if its a false then k4 I hit brakes, rabbit must have paid attention in mirror because he slows down, (1/2) mile up) k7 waiting k9 look to left hidden in trees is wis. state trooper siting facing traffic behind a group of trees picking random cars to trigger. we ( a group of about 5-6 cars glide by at 65 im sure the leo suppected something, I had me rd mounted on windshiedl middle if he was looking he must have seen saved again

    my ears were itching for a few seconds, must have been all the drivers using me as their guide saying thank you!!!

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    Good story. Hope my RX65 treats me as well on my trip to Mississippi in September.

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    If the rabbit was really smart he would have been behind you since you own the detector. I've seen many rabbits get tickets while I go free. Good story though and smart driving behind the rabbit. I've never gotten a ticket with a rabbit.

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    no one commented about the irony of the photo Moss (mn) mooning Packers (wis) I thought I was being cute must be my sick sense of humor

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    Haha didn't catch that.

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    whats a rabbit? the car in front of you?

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    Isn't it possible (and more likely) your rabbit also had a detector? Depth perception, especially without brake lights giving a signal, is pretty difficult from a rear view mirror.

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    Default could be very likely

    being that it was within seconds that the rabbit slowed down it could be very possible that he/she had a detector I did not notice when passed by.

    probably the case! thanks for your insight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilip
    whats a rabbit? the car in front of you?
    Yep

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    Default Re: could be very likely

    Quote Originally Posted by mark1
    being that it was within seconds that the rabbit slowed down it could be very possible that he/she had a detector I did not notice when passed by.

    probably the case! thanks for your insight.
    *blink*

    They either had a detector, or they're psychic.

 

 

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