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Not sure if this is the right forum, mods please redirect if needed.

Anyway:

http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20151380,00.html

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Is Me thinks like a new catchy phrase I'm not familiar with?
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.55
Uh, that's actually quite sad. The guy is only 22.

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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.46
    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    Is Me thinks like a new catchy phrase I'm not familiar with?


I believe that "Me thinks" was the new catchy phrase back in about 1597, back when Bill Shakespeare was booking "Frydae Nought SmackethDowne!" from the Globe Theatre in London Towne.

Sorry to say I can't find any humor in the actual story there. My sense of schadenfreude doesn't go quite that far.




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I think that this will not end well for nick. On the up side this will find it's way into Hogan knows best and we will see how they try to make nick out to be the victim.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.57
    Originally posted by TheOldMan
      Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
      Is Me thinks like a new catchy phrase I'm not familiar with?


    I believe that "Me thinks" was the new catchy phrase back in about 1597, back when Bill Shakespeare was booking "Frydae Nought SmackethDowne!" from the Globe Theatre in London Towne.

    Sorry to say I can't find any humor in the actual story there. My sense of schadenfreude doesn't go quite that far.





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Gotta go with rsn on that one.
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This is a really sad story.
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No charges have been filed? Wasn't Nick driving 5 times over/past the speed limit and possibly drunk? What is the holdup on the investigation?



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It's also been said he may have been racing daddy at the time which explains why Hogan was at the scene so quickly.



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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Old Billy Shakespeare stole it from Pieman though.


Ah, 'tis true. And it's one word - methinks.


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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.36
    Originally posted by CajunMan
    No charges have been filed? Wasn't Nick driving 5 times over/past the speed limit and possibly drunk? What is the holdup on the investigation?


Well, there's no rush on pressing charges on this. The longer they take probably means that they are waiting to make sure they have as much evidence as they can get before they lay the strongest charge they think will stick.

Also, as macabre as it may sound, they were probably waiting to see how badly the passenger is gonna end up before seeing what charge is most appropriate.


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    Originally posted by Jackson
    It's also been said he may have been racing daddy at the time which explains why Hogan was at the scene so quickly.

That was one of the early theories, but I think it was dismissed pretty quickly. I think even the police threw that idea out.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
    Originally posted by geemoney
      Originally posted by Jackson
      It's also been said he may have been racing daddy at the time which explains why Hogan was at the scene so quickly.

    That was one of the early theories, but I think it was dismissed pretty quickly. I think even the police threw that idea out.


I can't remember if I read it on CNN.com after the crash, but I do remember a quote from Nick that he rang up about three speeding tickets in about an hour and all three cops let him go with a warning because of who he is.



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    Originally posted by Nick in Rides magazine

    In my silver Viper, I was driving from Miami to Tampa. I got pulled over going 107 [mph] and the guy let me off. Hes like, Hey, I know who you are, just keep going, ya know. Dude, I got back on the road and two minutes later I get pulled over going 113 [mph]. Another highway patrol from the same county said, I just heard on the radio that my buddy pulled you over and let you go. Ima let you go this time. Its your second warning. You get pulled over again, youre probably going to go to jail. Three minutes later, [I was] doing 123 [mph] in a 50 [mph zone]. The guy is like, Hey, I just heard you got pulled over twice in the last 10 minutes. I got to write you a ticket.



Since getting his licence in September of last year he has actually received tickets for 115 mph in 70 mile zone, 57 in a 30, and 106 in a 70.

http://www.aolcdn.com/tmz_documents/0827_nick_hogan_wm_01.pdf



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In California, you earn "points" by getting moving violations (tickets). Some are worth more than others, most are 1 or 2 points a piece. If you accrue a certain amount of points within a certain amount of time, you get your license suspended. That happened to me once because I got a speeding ticket and a stop sign ticket within the same 6 months. Can any Floridian W's tell me if Florida has the "points" system? How about other states?

Also in CA, if you're caught going 20 mph over the speed limit, that's considered "wreckless driving" so it's a mandatory impounding of your car & a trip to jail. I assume that's not the case in FL?

115 mph in 70 mile zone, 57 in a 30, and 106 in a 70 all within the same year sounds pretty crazy and I'm suprised he still has a license at all.




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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.12
    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    In California, you earn "points" by getting moving violations (tickets). Some are worth more than others, most are 1 or 2 points a piece. If you accrue a certain amount of points within a certain amount of time, you get your license suspended. That happened to me once because I got a speeding ticket and a stop sign ticket within the same 6 months. Can any Floridian W's tell me if Florida has the "points" system? How about other states?

Wisconsin has the points system too. A suspension comes if you get more than 12 points in a year (an infraction is somewhere between 2 and 6 points).
http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers/points/point.htm

It appears Florida does as well.
http://www.dmv.org/fl-florida/traffic-tickets.php
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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.36
    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    115 mph in 70 mile zone, 57 in a 30, and 106 in a 70 all within the same year sounds pretty crazy and I'm suprised he still has a license at all.



Unfortunately, they only 'happened' if they were ever reported by cops who aren't star struck.


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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.73
    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    115 mph in 70 mile zone, 57 in a 30, and 106 in a 70 all within the same year sounds pretty crazy and I'm suprised he still has a license at all.


Who cares about the state. I can safely say that any of my kids would only get one of those tickets in a year because that would be the last time they were allowed to drive in that year. I think if I were the father of the injured kid, then I'd be even angrier at the parents for letting their child drive after that kind of driving record. Especially if he's bragging about the tickets he avoided due to starstruck cops.

Of course, it is also sheer idiocy to give a 17 year old unsupervised time in a Viper (much less actually giving him the car).



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    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    In California, you earn "points" by getting moving violations (tickets). Some are worth more than others, most are 1 or 2 points a piece. If you accrue a certain amount of points within a certain amount of time, you get your license suspended. That happened to me once because I got a speeding ticket and a stop sign ticket within the same 6 months. Can any Floridian W's tell me if Florida has the "points" system? How about other states?

    Also in CA, if you're caught going 20 mph over the speed limit, that's considered "wreckless driving" so it's a mandatory impounding of your car & a trip to jail. I assume that's not the case in FL?

    115 mph in 70 mile zone, 57 in a 30, and 106 in a 70 all within the same year sounds pretty crazy and I'm suprised he still has a license at all.



Not only is there a point system, but recently Florida passed a law where an officer can determine if a driver was drag racing, if so the car is impounded and the license is immediately suspended for one year.

You would think Nick would have his license pulled... but money talks.



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