A Florida biker and his passenger got a nasty surprise when a road rage incident turned ugly.
Sometimes one man's great idea is everyone else's idea of a huge breach of the law. Using a phone while driving is completely legal in Florida, but it still bothered Jason R. Humphreys. He responded by allegedly operating a cellphone jammer from his Toyota Highlander for about two years until Federal Communications Commission officers and sheriffs finally caught him.
Police have always warned law-abiding motorists that they should not engage with drivers who have a case of road rage. It's always smarter to take a license plate number, and if needed, call 911. In case you need an example as to why that's the best course of action, check out a cautionary tale that comes from Florida this week.
Look, I know that some of you all going to be mad at me for posting this video because it doesn't include the segment about Lindsay Lohan's rapidly changing hairstyles. I'm sorry to disappoint all of you, but perhaps the information you get about the plug-in hybrid buses that a local school district in Tampa has purchased will cheer you back up. The video says that these two buses are the nations' first two in operation. After charging for six hours, the bus can save 70-100 percent of the gasol
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