SuggestAPhotoProject t1_jdqkljj wrote


OP claims in bad faith that John Fetterman has disappeared, when that’s not the case at all. He’s in the hospital being treated for a medical condition, and everybody knows this because he’s been very open about his struggles. I suspect you know this, too.

OP is just salty because his guy lost the election, nothing more.


SuggestAPhotoProject t1_jdhpwsw wrote

Yes, you’re 100% guilty, and you should face the appropriate repercussions.

Also, calling people “bozos” that are trying to help you and trying to blame the bus driver for your mistake just shows that you’ve learned nothing from this incident, so maybe this appropriate punishment will help you to grow up a bit and learn to follow the rules of the road, especially around schoolchildren.


SuggestAPhotoProject t1_jajj6rv wrote

Instead of racing around on regular roads and putting regular people in danger, consider joining the SCCA or some other local racing club and go drive on a racetrack. It’s way more fun, you can use your regular car, you can drive way faster, and it’s safer for you and for everyone around you. It’s not free, but it’s less than a speeding ticket, and way less than having your insurance rates go up. There are also EMTs on site in case something goes wrong, and a large community of people that will help you get the most fun out of your car. Here’s one of their track nights next month up at Pocono Raceway.

They’re a ton of fun, and you’ll meet all sorts of interesting people there.


SuggestAPhotoProject t1_j85o2i8 wrote

So let’s get this clear. u/Timewasted11222 has seen absolutely no evidence whatsoever of any voting impropriety, but they’re still angry because their God Emperor told them to be angry, so they’re insulting OP.

After 60+ failed lawsuits, only the most gullible moron on Earth would still beileve Trump’s Big Lie.


SuggestAPhotoProject t1_j68e1ez wrote

I’m not a lawyer, but the state website seems to say otherwise.

> If any person placed under arrest for a violation of section 3802 is requested to submit to chemical testing and refuses to do so, the testing shall not be conducted but upon notice by the police officer, the department shall suspend the operating privilege of the person as follows: (i) Except as set forth in subparagraph (ii), for a period of 12 months.

Again, I’m not a lawyer, or anything close to it, I’m just reading the statues on the website.