I learned a lesson today. While driving down a road without a turn off…….. don’t turn off the road! (Last picture do you spot a problem? The Police Officer did!)
It looks like a Police officer might have had enough stress in the area today. Look a little closer at this garbage… can you see the evidence? (Good maybe you should be a detective for the Police department since they only have 2. Just kidding… the Police officers here are unbelievably nice and helpful.) The officer left a shotgun, handgun, billy club, hand cuffs and a run over vacuum hose……
I got part of a tree that was cut down today. I also found a speeding ticket. I never will understand this speeding ticket scam. This is how it works: 1) You are driving your car at the speed you want. 2) The Police do not approve of the speed you want to drive. 3) Short buzz cut guy writes you a ticket. 4) The carbon copy technology does not work and you can not read your ticket. 5) (This is the scam part.) You have to pay for a reprint of the ticket. What!
The moral of the story is: if the amount you have to pay is low, it is okay for low quality tickets. If the ticket amount is high, I expect a nice copy detailing my driving abilities. Maybe the city should get the non-legable copy and you get the original?
A couple of morons tried to break-in to my meter box and safe. Why would someone try to break-in to the coin acceptor entry (first picture top arrow)? They did get the bike lock off (it was weakened by previous attempts) but I guess the lock that was left was scary? They also tried to drill out the Medeco lock. They were not even close, thank goodness. It is a shame because how stupid are people to think that it is so easy to break-in to something that is left unattended all the time?
Not really sure on the make and model of this car? If I knew I would get the Birmingham Police straight on the case. Maybe this time they will say: “So they did not take anything? Why are you here again?”