It was around twelve o'clock and Ross was
driving home from the Fly 92 Radio station in
his new car, Francisco. It was really late so
Ross decided to GUN IT! Gun it Ross, Gun it!
So there he is, cruising at a cool 60 mph in
a 30 mph zone, when out of the corner of his
eye he sees a police car turning the corner
a little ways behind him. Half a second later
the lights and siren turn on. Now Ross is on
the run from the law!
Quickly, our little speed demon decides
on possible courses of action. He could pull
over and receive the ticket he so richly deserves,
he could round the corner, screech his car to
a halt, and stop the engine and turn off the
lights there by evading the grasp of "The Man".
Or, he could speed up! What do you think Ross
did? That's right, he sped up! Eventually the
cop caught up with him, and pulled him over.
The cop asked for his license, Ross gave it
to him. When Ross reached into the glove compartment
to get his registration, the copper screamed,
HANDS ON THE STEERING WHEEL!!"
Ross freaked out and grabbed the wheel.
What was in the glove compartment you ask? Well,
there were a few things that transferred themselves
over to Francisco from Clark. On of them was
the Foot Gas Pedal, another was the mass amounts
of audio tapes, and the third was a small replica
of a colonial black powder hammerlock cap-gun!
That was given unto him by Suave (Bad Suave!
BAD!) The cop thought that Ross was going to
take the gun and shoot him with it... After
the cop searched the gun, and snapped it many
times, he let Ross go with a warning. So the
moral of the story is either:
"Don't accept gifts from Suave, because
they are bound to get you in trouble"
"Schenectady cops aren't too smart"
You decide and then apply it to your life