Speeding Ticket
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Speeding Ticket


Pre-video Dom: “This video has been brought to you by NordVPN. Use the code DOMICS at NordVPN.com/DOMICS for 66% off a 2 year plan. *Intro music* Dom: “With all of the videos I’ve made about driving and my complaints about other people’s abilities behind the wheel, you’d assume I’m a pretty good driver with no record.” “Haha, wrong. I am a filthy hypocrite. (Good you admitted it) Last year I got a ticket for speeding ( SANIC GOTTA GO FAST) in a school zone, which, if you didn’t know, is an automatic fail on your driving test. Actually looking back, I technically wasn’t in the school zone yet, and I was just trying to keep up with traffic. But I’ll own up to my ignorance and admit that I didn’t realize I was actually going that fast. You can tell that specific area is a hotspot for speeders because there’s a nice little nest for them Dodge Chargers to perch on. (IKR) I sped past an incognito cop, saw the flashing lights in my mirror and after some initial delusion that it wasn’t for me… No, it can’t possibly be. Oh wait it is, I pulled over. Now, I got my driver’s license when I was 21. Might seem a little late to some of you because you probably started driving right when you hit puberty. I know you don’t need to tell me. You’re probably 5′ 11” (1.8m) at the age of 13 and feel the need to remind me that I’m short. I know, you don’t need to tell me. But do know that I was a university student who commuted everyday to school in a city where it’s a nightmare to drive. (Ouch) So the only times I could drive was during my free time on the weekends, which was usually non-existent. It wasn’t worth paying insurance to be an inactive driver, but I eventually got a part-time job and decided on getting my G2 soon after my 21st birthday and for the next six years, until last year, I was never in an accident nor ticketed for vehicular misconduct. And then I went 80kmph in a school zone… Which is an unacceptable amount to pass the 40 kilometer per hour limit as competent of a driver as I believed to be, I probably deserved that ticket. The cop gave me the whole, Cop: “Do you know how fast you were going?” speil and I was nothing but cooperative in the conversation. Dom: “Officer I was going so fast that you’re not even speaking to me, this just my afterimage.”(Bye felicia) He asked for my license, insurance policy, and proof of ownership, cool. Here’s my license and my insurance policy and let me just get my other document from the The empty glove compartment. Why are my documents not here? Oh, yeah. That’s right I recently got my car detailed and took everything out and forgot to put it back in. *sigh* uhhhhhhhhhhh… Cop: “Sir, are you aware that your policy expired a month ago?” *Dolphin sound* with ood mouth *Dolphin Sounds* *rhythmically smacking dolphin sounds* Dom: “No.” Cop: “Please remain in your car.” The police officer went back inside his car for a few minutes. I assume he went to check my records (and steal your identity) and then he returned to my car. He saw that my record was clean and decided to cut me some slack. Cop: “I understand this is your first offense, but I’m still gonna have to ticket you for speeding. But, I’ll only mark you for going ten over, All right?” *Nods head repeatedly* (Looks like having seizure) Cop: “I can waive your other charges if you can provide those documents in court, you’ll be contacted for an appointed date.” Dom: “Thank you officer. I’d really appreciate it.” Cop: “All right, you have a good day, sir.” *phew* Ok… Dom: “I maintained a 10 kilometer per hour speed below the limit for the next few weeks. The next day, I immediately went to go pay the speeding ticket, And then I got my documents together for the court hearing that was scheduled four months later. And so I waited for the day to arrive… As it approached, I remember working on a video deadline and staying up late one night. The court hearing was the next day at 10:00 a.m and I remember contemplating whether to just stay awake for a few more hours until then. I spent too long thinking about it that I was already on that path, but somehow I didn’t make it for 10 A.M. I didn’t make it to 11. In fact, I didn’t even wake up at noon! I somehow fell asleep and woke up at 4:00 P.M! (Jesus Christ) Holy shhhiiittt. I jumped up from my bed, So violently that I ended up on the roof of my condo building. (3rd editor: I have to remove all parenthesis now.)(fourth editors had to fix most mistakes) I didn’t know what to do. I looked up the number for the courthouse and called, voicemail said they were closed… I checked their hours to call the next day. They were closed on weekends, Oh my girth… I remember reading in the letter or somewhere that if you are absent without informing the court prior to the date, The judge can issue a warrant for your arrest. (GET DOM!)And I know it was just a speeding ticket with failure to provide some documents, but, Hahaha, I panicked. I called 9-1-1 9-1-1 Lady: “Hello. What is your emergency?” Dom: “Hi, this this isn’t an emergency, I just wasn’t sure what number to call.” Someone probably got murdered because I occupied the line. I explained my situation and although I could feel how much of an idiot she thought I was, she was helpful and explained my options. Which were nothing. I simply had to wait for Monday to call the court again and when I did I was informed that not only was I absent but so was the officer that ticketed me. And I believed my charges would have been waived if I was just there, but because we Both weren’t they rescheduled the hearing and you bet your gas hole I didn’t sleep in that time. They usually group a couple hearings together because many are short and get resolved quickly. The person in line in front of me turned around and did a double-take. Random Stranger: “Are you Domics?” Dom: What an inconvinient place for a fan to recognize me, I could probably just lie… Dom: “Yeah, that’s me. I’m just here for a speeding ticket, How about you?” Random Stranger: “I ran a red light and killed a family.” (Awkward Silence Thinking about why the guy isn’t in jail.) I’m just kidding, but I remember it being more serious than a speeding ticket Anyway, the police officer that ticketed me came into the room and approached me. He seemed almost hospitable with what he told me to do and say once my name was called up and assured me that I’d be okay. I mean, I knew my offense wasn’t that serious, but he kind of seemed like a bro for making sure things went smoothly. I don’t know. Maybe it was just me. Uh, mister puhhpu ponge-a-bob (Pang-a-nee ban what is so hard bout this) (That sounds awfully close to a butchering of my last name.) (I sure hope someone in here is actually named at Ponge-a-bob.) (I guess that’s a nope, nobody here,) Okay, yeah, that’s me. Man, I’m really glad that cop cut me some slack, but you know who wouldn’t be as nice? Freakin’ hackers.(CHEAP) If you guys want peace of mind while we are on the web check out our sponsor for today NordVPN by using the code DOMICS at NordVPN.com/DOMICS for 66 percent off a two-year plan. It’s easy. 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