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sui generis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-02-05 04:15 PM
Response to Reply #38
48. And neither should anyone who drives over the speed limit
even to pass another vehicle.

We all exercise discretion in our lives. I don't run around telling people I speed down the highway on the way to work, but if someone did a three year investigation of me they would be able to say the same thing about me - I shouldn't be a judge because I break the law, whether or not it is about my personal belief that speeding up to pass the drunk in front of me was within my discretion and required to preserve my safety, or that speeding to work was required because it's a part of my religious creed.

Why are we being such prudes about this? Oh and we are, being prudes.

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