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Dragon 07-19-2006 08:18 PM

OT - police in Montreal
 
I saw 5 police cars catching speeding on Decaire tonight around 8:50pm. And when I saw them, they got 2 cars already.
Guess they may be on a program for catching speeding for a week or 2. So drivers beware.

ChemiseBleuHonnete 07-19-2006 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Dragon (Post 6072362)
I saw 5 police cars catching speeding on Decaire tonight around 8:50pm. And when I saw them, they got 2 cars around.
Guess they may be on a program for catching speeding for a week or 2. So drivers beware.

ok

phil 07-19-2006 08:47 PM

summer vacation... people are happy... too happy in their opinion... they want to take the hype down...

Montrealer 07-19-2006 09:12 PM

There's always increased speed traps during the Construction Holiday, due to people driving 195 km/h down the Decarie just to catch up with the traffic jam.

I love speed, but some of these people are just moronic.

rustafio 07-20-2006 12:21 PM

didn't they hired a lot of cops only to check out speeding and driving infraction this year ? they already handed out more tickets up now then in all 2005... so I guess they'll be doing these kind of operations often at different places

bayrider 07-20-2006 12:27 PM

In all honesty, I don't think I've ever seen a single police car on Decarie unless it was assisting an accident. Although, my cousin got an 850$ ticket on Decarie comming home from a club. Good thing for me I took Park Ave home instead of the hwy that night :)

waffledave 07-20-2006 12:40 PM

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Originally Posted by bayrider (Post 6077546)
In all honesty, I don't think I've ever seen a single police car on Decarie unless it was assisting an accident. Although, my cousin got an 850$ ticket on Decarie comming home from a club. Good thing for me I took Park Ave home instead of the hwy that night :)

I always take Park Ave to get home from DT. It's much faster!

Dwight 07-20-2006 12:42 PM

They've got tons of speed traps set up everywhere

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 01:07 PM

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Originally Posted by waffledave (Post 6077677)
I always take Park Ave to get home from DT. It's much faster!

It's Avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

waffledave 07-20-2006 01:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6077989)
It's Avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

I disagree.

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 03:04 PM

There's nothing to disagree about. It's called avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

waffledave 07-20-2006 03:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6079165)
There's nothing to disagree about. It's called avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

You can call it whatever you want. Call it Calle del Parco for all I care.

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 03:08 PM

I'm just ribbing you. Since you don't want the streets in TMR to have a french name, I won't allow the streets in the rest of MTL to have english names.

Talent Analyst 07-20-2006 03:10 PM

I go to summer school and its have always 2 police when the day finish with they ticket paper who wait than someone do something wrong :shakehead

waffledave 07-20-2006 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6079204)
I'm just ribbing you. Since you don't want the streets in TMR to have a french name, I won't allow the streets in the rest of MTL to have english names.

I never said I didn't want the streets in TMR to have French names. I said I wanted them to be the way they were before: bilingual.

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 03:13 PM

I'm just ribbing you even more by intentionally misrepresenting your opinion.

Look man, if you want to live in your little anglo fortress, fine, but don't start imposing your anti-french nonsense on the rest of Québec

tinyzombies 07-20-2006 03:13 PM

Well, I've lived many places in North America, and nobody compares to the aggressiveness of Quebec drivers except Detroit drivers and New York cabbies, though I have noticed an improvement.

tinyzombies 07-20-2006 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6079250)
I'm just ribbing you even more by intentionally misrepresenting your opinion.

Look man, if you want to live in your little anglo fortress, fine, but don't start imposing your anti-french nonsense on the rest of Québec

Are they building Anglo fortresses now?

waffledave 07-20-2006 03:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6079250)
I'm just ribbing you even more by intentionally misrepresenting your opinion.

Look man, if you want to live in your little anglo fortress, fine, but don't start imposing your anti-french nonsense on the rest of Québec

What?

Bilingual is anti-French?

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 03:27 PM

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Originally Posted by raketheleaves (Post 6079282)
Are they building Anglo fortresses now?

tat,s what waffledave wants

waffledave 07-20-2006 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6079440)
tat,s what waffledave wants

Does it bother you that I call it "Mountain street" too? :dunce:

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 03:42 PM

Yes, because even anglos call it 'rooh duh luh mon-tang'

BigTimer* 07-20-2006 05:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Kirk Muller (Post 6077989)
It's Avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

Park avenue sounds wealthier.

Kirk Muller* 07-20-2006 05:52 PM

Maybe in New York.

GoodKiwi 07-20-2006 06:10 PM

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Originally Posted by BigTimer (Post 6080706)
Park avenue sounds wealthier.

True.

As far as I'm concerned Montreal never had avenue du Parc. It does not pass the spell check even. :sarcasm:


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