NYPD Museum Show 2005 - Vol 1

10/11/12 June 2005. Photos by DAVE ARNOLD.

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  • Tater2 (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    I do not doubt your qualifications. I was just wondering what they are. Since you seem fairly confident in your knowledge of this subject. I will e-mail you.
  • Tater (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    You'll just have to take my word for it based on my level of experience in the hobby and in police work. Those who know me personally will more than vouch for my qualifications.

    You've got my email address. Use it. This is not the place to discuss whether or not YOU think I'm qualified to comment here.
  • Tater2 (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    Ok, so you have a big vocabulary. I am impressed. I am curious as to what makes you such an expert on cop cars?
  • Tater (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    I'm sorry little tater2, but my origin as well as my true calling shall remain secrets for now. Perhaps a story we can share another day.

    Since imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, I guess I will say thank you for your attempts to emulate my methods, albeit unsuccessful.
  • Tater2 (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    Of course I am trying to be cute. Why don't you give us the pleasure of knowing how you got your name. Are you an English teacher or something?
  • roo (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    all hail the mighty tater,,, his wisdom is a ray of hope for all of us who wish we were the legendary tater
  • Tater (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    Little "Tater2"-- is that your real name or were you just trying to be cute?

    What is even more sad is when posers sign on and think they're being funny when in fact they really have no clue as to what they are actually saying.

    Look up "devoir" in the dictionary and explain its purpose or function in the text as you used it.

    Nevermind. I'll save you the trouble.

    DEVOIR: (n)
    1. An act or expression of respect or courtesy; civility. Often used in the plural: pay one's devoirs.
    2. Duty or responsibility.

    The word is a noun and you attempted to use it as a verb. That, my friend, is a big-time grammatical boo-boo.
    Don't think of it as someone not having anything better to do than rummage through the comments section looking to belittle the illiterates and cretins. Look at these insightful sniglets as creative and constructive criticisms from someone who has the knowledge and experience to share with those of you who obviously need it.
  • Tater2 (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    It is sad that some people have nothing better to do than screen the comments section of copcar.com daily and devoir any opportunity they find to belittle others posting comments. Those people need to get a life,right Mr. Tater.
  • roo (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    well ican sleep better now that ive had a dose of taterizem for the day ,,,,,,tater is our hero.


    yours truly
    the tater haters
  • Tater (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    Well thanks Mr Anonymous. The owner as well as the rest of us will all sleep a little better tonight knowing that this car gets your highly coveted Good Housekeeping seal of approval....

    Woop ti doooooo!!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    This car lacks additional pieces of equipment that is rather hard-to-find even for those who have Plymouth Satellites and/or Mercury Montegos. However, This 'Adam-12' LAPD replica is by-far the best policc car around, something you MUST treat with respect!