Re: I guess cops aren't so bad after all.
I know a guy who lives in the hills around Harrisburg, good friend of my family. He has no drivers license and none of his vehicles are insured or registered. He's been operating like this all his life and he's in his 60s. He has been pulled over several times, once with my cousin in the passenger seat. In every case the officer realizes it's just too much paperwork and lets him go scot-free, ain't worth the trouble.
My favorite is the plate he has on his trailer- it's a black and white PA plate w/the word "PERMANENT" stamped into the metal. Looks like it's from about 1930.
Last time I saw him we were target shooting on one of the several properties he owns. When he left, he tossed 2 armfuls of rifles and shotguns into the back of his open-top Jeep and drove off. I asked my cousin "how is it that he has never spent a day in jail?".
He's not a bad guy, never hurt anyone or stole anything, just marches to the beat of his own drum.
When was the last time you heard somebody say "Go ahead, it's a free country"?