First Prev
of 2
Next Last
Yup

Pennellville, NY

#28 Jun 2, 2012
I got UP at 7 this morning and went DIRECTLY to topix, people......

I lead a very ACTIVE and SUCCESSFUL life folks !
person

United States

#29 Aug 5, 2012
amazing wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean the 4"x3" plate was visible?? Do you really expect anyone to be able to read that while driving down the road??
I am a very active ATV rider and I know and expect to be checked while driving down a public road. Hell, I have been stopped by DEC on backwoods trails for the exact same thing! I am just appreciative that they are out there doing what they are paid to do and ensuring the saftey of all the riders. Maybe you don't read the paper much, but just the other day a 4 year old girl was seriously injured in an ATV accident. Maybe if more checks like this happened less accidents like the one I just mentioned will happen.

Get over it and quit being a baby.
Hmmm...yea I can read one of those plates from 30 yards... and safety? Because being registered has to do with saftey eh? And when it comes to atving saftey....you can't fix stupid...sorry....don't even got me started on the dec...
Wild And Crazy

United States

#30 Aug 6, 2012
Yup wrote:
very good an attempt at humor GONE wrong
yup do U ever just shut up ! I think Ur a ignorant ass that thinks ya know everything but in reality U know shit !
amazing

New York, NY

#31 Aug 6, 2012
person wrote:
<quoted text>
Hmmm...yea I can read one of those plates from 30 yards... and safety? Because being registered has to do with saftey eh? And when it comes to atving saftey....you can't fix stupid...sorry....don't even got me started on the dec...
Over two months old and you respond?? What a beautiful life you must have!

Maybe I should have clarified myself, it is pretty much impossible to read those tiny plates while driving down the road. If you can... congrats, but I for some reason think you are full of it.

Also dumbass, I was talking about the safety checkpoints. They check the safety of your fourwheeler on top of checking the registration, if you actually ride, you would know this.

As for registration and safety and how they are related... a percentage of the money goes to trail up keep and grooming, directly affecting the safety of the riders.

I agree with you on the DEC, but I also don't go out of my way to be an asshole when someone is doing their job.

Hear from you in another 2 months!
person

United States

#32 Aug 6, 2012
amazing wrote:
<quoted text>
Over two months old and you respond?? What a beautiful life you must have!
Maybe I should have clarified myself, it is pretty much impossible to read those tiny plates while driving down the road. If you can... congrats, but I for some reason think you are full of it.
Also dumbass, I was talking about the safety checkpoints. They check the safety of your fourwheeler on top of checking the registration, if you actually ride, you would know this.
As for registration and safety and how they are related... a percentage of the money goes to trail up keep and grooming, directly affecting the safety of the riders.
I agree with you on the DEC, but I also don't go out of my way to be an
asshole when someone is doing their job.

Hear from you in another 2 months!
well...I've never been pulled over in these saftey checkpoints that you speak of...because I'm smart
enough to avoid highly ridden areas! I stick to back roads and the railroad
bed! If anyone here is full of it I belive it is you! As for how long it took me to reply...I have a life besides topix! Unlike some people (cough YUP cough) I don't go out of my way to be an asshole to people trying to do their job....but they like to...
amazing

New York, NY

#33 Aug 7, 2012
Wow, two posts in two days. Must be your life is a little slow right now huh??

I have ridden the exact trails you speak of and have on a number of occasions ran into NYSP and DEC on 4 wheelers of their own doing safety and registration checks. Maybe you don't ride nearly as much.

Just by reading your responses I have to question your last sentence.
talkthetalk

New York, NY

#34 Aug 7, 2012
The S,P are trying to keep control in Malone but I think its getting impossible. They are going to bring in the troops soon.
jared bashaw

United States

#35 Aug 18, 2012
amazing wrote:
Wow, two posts in two days. Must be your life is a little slow right now huh??
I have ridden the exact trails you speak of and have on a number of occasions ran into NYSP and DEC on 4 wheelers of their own doing safety and registration checks. Maybe you don't ride nearly as much.
Just by reading your responses I have to question your last sentence.

Good attempt at humor. But yea it was slow. And I got buisy again. Ok. Keep thinking that you ride more then I do. I ride every day so... I've never seen the sp or the dec on 4 wheelers. I have seen them on snowmobiles on the winter quite a few times. Have seen the border patrol on 4 wheelers.
amazing

New York, NY

#36 Aug 19, 2012
jared bashaw wrote:
<quoted text>
Good attempt at humor. But yea it was slow. And I got buisy again. Ok. Keep thinking that you ride more then I do. I ride every day so... I've never seen the sp or the dec on 4 wheelers. I have seen them on snowmobiles on the winter quite a few times. Have seen the border patrol on 4 wheelers.
If you have never seen them, either you ride private land or you don't ride nearly as much as you claim.

Either way, I really don't give a shit.
jared bashaw

United States

#37 Sep 20, 2012
Yea,I do ride as much as I claim I do. I also ride the main road a lot and avoid riding on weekends.
village ideot lol

New York, NY

#38 Sep 21, 2012
amazing wrote:
<quoted text>
In two sentence you write "And sometimes it is very important that they get wherever they are going as fast as they can. Someone could be hurt or injured and needs their assitance."
Then you bad mouth them for doing so!
Another typical Malone HYPOCRITE!
when you need them they cannot get there fast enough. but when someone else needs them, well you feel the need to bad mouth the efforts. typical low life welfare trash. im glad people like you exist in malone you keep the jails full and the police in a job.
Huh

New York, NY

#39 Sep 22, 2012
amazing wrote:
<quoted text>
If you have never seen them, either you ride private land or you don't ride nearly as much as you claim.
Either way, I really don't give a shit.
I do, these crazy degenerate rednecks shouldn't be riding on roads at all. We need more state police to bust them all. And, while we're at it? How about compulsory seizure of the vehicle the second time a person is caught?

The Village of Malone has a problem with these lunatics. They drive their death cycles through the village to Fat Jake's, then leave there, driving the killing machines at open throttle, drunk, through village streets, afterwards. The problem is especially pronounced in the neighborhoods behind the bar, on the streets leading to the River Road.

Why on earth do police ignore these animals, when they're parked in droves at this bar? How did they get there, if not by driving on village streets? Did they fly? Are they going to fly home, too? No. I don't think so.

One more reason why paying anything at all for the Village Police is paying way too much. Dissolve the village, and let's get some law enforcement in here that won't tolerate any of this mess.

This is a rural area, and there are plenty of places to lawfully use these things for people who must. Personally, I think they're a bad idea... society pays and pays for the lifelong disabilities these unsafe vehicles bring their idiot drivers. They should all be illegal, in every circumstance. And they already are on public highways, or anywhere they are a nuisance. Time to enforce the law and save some lives.
on the flat

New York, NY

#40 Sep 23, 2012
I live down on the flat and I can tell you that these guys have gone through this area well in excess of 50 or more. The trouble is, you have several stores and side streets and lots of people who have no clue as to how to drive defensively. I cringe everytime I hear them blow through here at a high rate. I don't know why they need to do this. Yes, if they're responding to an accident they need to get there. But the accident has already happened and the need for them to get there as fast as humanly possible is unnecessary I think. Yes,l they need to get there quickly, but at the risk of another incident? The damage is done, why not slow down a bit and prevent further accidents. In the event of a bank robbery of something like that, I can understand their need to get to the scene ASAP.
One of these day someone's going to get hurt seriously by one of these cowboys driving like a damn fool. It's happened already at Webster St., it'll happen again.
one of the cowboys

Massena, NY

#41 Oct 17, 2012
on the flat wrote:
I live down on the flat and I can tell you that these guys have gone through this area well in excess of 50 or more. The trouble is, you have several stores and side streets and lots of people who have no clue as to how to drive defensively. I cringe everytime I hear them blow through here at a high rate. I don't know why they need to do this. Yes, if they're responding to an accident they need to get there. But the accident has already happened and the need for them to get there as fast as humanly possible is unnecessary I think. Yes,l they need to get there quickly, but at the risk of another incident? The damage is done, why not slow down a bit and prevent further accidents. In the event of a bank robbery of something like that, I can understand their need to get to the scene ASAP.
One of these day someone's going to get hurt seriously by one of these cowboys driving like a damn fool. It's happened already at Webster St., it'll happen again.
"cowboys". Listen on the flat.....I'm one of the cowboys.#1 - we have emergency vehicle operator training. This includes defensive driving and extreme braking exercises for the driver or pedestrian that's not paying attention. Here's what upset me about your post - if I'm responding to an accident, you're right, damage is done. It may, however, not be ALL the damage that COULD be done if my response is slowed, as you'd like. First of all, we don't respond quickly to accidents unless there's physical injury or a need to slow other traffic down immediately so as to avoid more collisions, such as an accident on a sharp curve. How about responding to the accident on SR 30 with two cars on their roof, three dead and one car on fire with the driver right next to this fire? Should I get there RIGHT NOW or whenever I get there since "the damage is done"? And thanks for making the concession that I should drive quickly to a robbery, but how is my driving training any better when responding to that versus a serious car accident?
Here's the thing - I realize we're a very visible occupation, but seriously, have I told you how to do YOUR job? "Hey doc, you should make that incision here"? Let us do OUR job as we allow YOU to do yours...
amazing

Albany, NY

#42 Oct 18, 2012
village ideot lol wrote:
<quoted text>
when you need them they cannot get there fast enough. but when someone else needs them, well you feel the need to bad mouth the efforts. typical low life welfare trash. im glad people like you exist in malone you keep the jails full and the police in a job.
You might want to re-read and this time comprehend. I was actually sticking up for the SP.
amazing

Albany, NY

#43 Oct 18, 2012
village ideot lol wrote:
<quoted text>
when you need them they cannot get there fast enough. but when someone else needs them, well you feel the need to bad mouth the efforts. typical low life welfare trash. im glad people like you exist in malone you keep the jails full and the police in a job.
Here let me explain it to you. I wrote that the original poster explained in two sentences why they understand why the police need to drive at high rates of speed and then in the very next sentence bad mouthed them for doing so. I explained how extremely hypocritcal that was and it is very ignorant.

Make sense to you now Village Ideot lol (nice spelling of idiot by the way... no doubt on purpose!).
fryemall

New York, NY

#44 Oct 21, 2012
figures some douchebag from CT would chime in on a malone post loser
amazing

New York, NY

#45 Oct 21, 2012
fryemall wrote:
figures some douchebag from CT would chime in on a malone post loser
Seriously?? Look at all my posts and the locations.

Good detective work Sherlock.

Call me a loser, yet all you do is look at posters locations. What an exciting life you must live!

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 2
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Malone Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
how 1 hr Gator 6
cyber bulling 4 hr icare 1
alice hyde medical center memory trees/decorations 7 hr goodpoint 8
Natasha Laporte 8 hr normy 8
Absolute Construction 21 hr croc 11
attention everyone! 21 hr Gator 24
Morning Wood 21 hr Gator 8
Malone Dating
Find my Match
More from around the web

Malone People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

Malone News, Events & Info

Click for news, events and info in Malone

Personal Finance

Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]

NFL Latest News

Updated 12:41 pm PST