Subject: Re: The police pulled me over
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Subject: Re: The police pulled me over
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 12:07:11 -0400
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On 10/23/2017 11:23 AM, Tony Cooper wrote:
> 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.

Everything in Facebook has to be true. It's on the Internet.