From: Tony Cooper <>
Subject: Re: The police pulled me over
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From: Tony Cooper <>
Subject: Re: The police pulled me over
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 11:23:50 -0400
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On Mon, 23 Oct 2017 02:24:19 -0500, judymartin72980@hot.mail wrote:

>The police pulled me over. The cop said he wanted to see my drivers
>license. I took his picture and told him I was going to send it to
>facebook and have the FBI check to see if he is a real police officer.
>Again, he asked for my drivers license. I told him that until I was sure
>he was a real cop, I was not going to show him anything. I told him that
>he was hasrassing me because I am blond. Thats when he got a call on his
>radio and he said he had to go take care of something. After telling me
>to slow down, he left.
>I'm home now, and I'm still waiting for facebook to tell me if he is a
>real cop. But I'm still puzzled about something. What is a drivers
>license, and where can I buy one?

Until the last paragraph, you had me.  

It is not at all beyond belief that some young person today would
consider that Facebook is the official source of information on just
about everything.

Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida