You the Jury!

Guess who’s guilty…

h/t RM

  • Maurice Miner

    Well, I’d kinda think that both female drivers were at fault.

    Under Wahhabist Sharia, of course, this simply could not happen, Allah (SWT) be praised.

    • BillyHW

      They shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

    • Brett_McS

      OT. Did you get on the Census yesterday? I didn’t (try). The site was down due a DOS attack according to the Bureau – apparently 20 million Australians tried to log on and it was too much for it. If only they could have predicted that sort of overwhelming number.

      • Maurice Miner

        Brett, I pre-filled the online thingy a week ago, and lodged it at 4:30 p.m. yesterday.

        I am positive that I did it online in 2011 as well without a problem, but maybe the online experience wasn’t quite as ubiquitous back then.

        In fact, the 2011 experience was so seamless that it started me thinking about the benefits of online polling at elections or referenda.

        Now, after the “hacked or not” debacle, I’m a little bit leery about the “who counts the votes” issue!

  • BillyHW

    Remind me to invest in a dashcam before ever driving again in Brampton.

    Team “Canada” Drive…love it.

  • irishrus

    I work right by there. Pretty sure that’s me in the tan tracker (second car at the stop) near the beginning

  • WalterBannon

    The evidence is very clear – the turning vehicle is at fault and the officer involved is incompetent and not fit for his job.

  • simus1

    The cop was being lazy/ stupid. Not unusual.
    The second thing is shut up and get a good paralegal on your case.

    Most women and a lot of men have depth perception issues, but usually on the other end of the scale – too cautious.

    This one suggests a can’t decide what to do except brake in front of the victim brain fart – doesn’t wait or doesn’t turn enough and doesn’t accelerate quickly enough. Possible partial or total stall ?