I'm sure they don't get your drift.....
They must be real fun to work around.
I've encountered a couple of them at work.They made work harder to do.
"oh,you can't do that....." ____ I just did,and the customer is satisfied
and happy,and is going to give us more of his business.
and when I didn't do some "don't do" things,the customers were unhappy,and
business dropped.They went elsewhere.
the key is having the common sense to know when it's possible to deviate
from procedure without harm.
Prima Facie Speed Limits:
Numerical speed limits (statutory and posted) that, if exceeded, justify
enforcement action. However, if the accused motorist's actions can be proven
to be safe, reasonable and prudent for the prevailing conditions, the charge
of speeding shall be dismissed by the court of jurisdiction.
The discussion wasn't about the laws where you were. You said flat-out
that there were no such laws, period. Now all of the sudden you've
changed what you say to "no such laws here"?
Which is it?
You lost this one. Best to remain quiet about it.
The law in question was a law that said that you had to go at the
prevailing speed limit, even if it is faster than the posted signs.
Of course, you have to stay on the right if you are not passing.
Driving at the prevailing speed of traffic is safe.
This premise is abundantly supported by readily available evidence.
Do you know Latin?
Lex mala, lex nulla.
Just because a bunch of guys got together and wrote some stuff down on a
piece of paper does not mean they knew what they were doing.
Are you a Weberian? Or a Prussian? You must be either, or both.
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