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A List of Should-Be-Offenses that Could Be a Great Source of Income for NJ

 

Jeff and Bill discussed a topic yesterday about  annoying public behavior. You know the public behavior they are talking about. The behavior that is SO annoying that they should issue fines for it.

Traffic Ticket for annoying public behavior
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But what if NJ COULD issue tickets for annoying public behavior? Do you realize how much money the state could make? Jeff & Bill issued a challenge to the listeners regarding what annoying behavior should police be able to issue tickets for. Here’s a list of what the listeners came up with.

  • The woman who apparently has never been to a McDonald’s drive-thru before and has to read the entire menu before placing her order

 

  • The guy who doesn’t even begin to think about finding change in his car until he’s already pulled up to the toll booth

 

  • The old person who insists on writing out a personal check to pay for everything, even a newspaper at a QuickCheck

 

  • The cashier who won’t consider ringing up your order until they’re done with their personal cell phone conversation

 

  • The buffoon who has no idea his left turn signal has been on for the last three miles

 

  • The store employees who take their smoke break within five feet of the entrance

 

  • The driver who’s pet dog is a lap accessory

 

  • The store clerk who’s answer to “How you doin’?” is, “I’m blessed.” )

 

What are your favorite public annoyances that should have a fine assigned to them? Keep the list going by commenting below.

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