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Hahaha...Pure silly. The thing about that is, you still have to respect the nation's laws that you are residing in. Example: If you break the law in the United States, you can still be arrested and tried in a court. Period. There are plenty of cases where Sovereign Citizens have been sent to jail, prison, or fined by the United States, all for violating the laws they thought they could avoid.

envane (69 furlongs) said:

I'm a Sovereign Citizen and under Admirality Law and the Uniform Commerical Code the CPD has NO JURISDICTION over my Vessel (aka "bike") nor can they ask for my Strawman Signifier ("ID").

Can the subject be changed to describe the story better?  I was thinking something along the lines of 'Alec Baldwin pulled over for wrong way biking, then arrested for being an asshole to the police'

Hmm. was he playing Words with Friends while he was salmoning?

Perfect caption.

Tank-Ridin' Ryan said:

Can the subject be changed to describe the story better?  I was thinking something along the lines of 'Alec Baldwin pulled over for wrong way biking, then arrested for being an asshole to the police'

But then who would take the click-bait?  Just kidding, I just used the same click-baiting headline.  I wonder if he will fight the ticket and what he'll use as a defense.


Tank-Ridin' Ryan said:

Can the subject be changed to describe the story better?  I was thinking something along the lines of 'Alec Baldwin pulled over for wrong way biking, then arrested for being an asshole to the police'

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