Hope never dies

A man driving outside of Baltimore, Maryland was southbound on Interstate 95 in the far right hand lane traveling at 55 mph, minding his own business. He noticed in his rear view mirror that a Maryland State Trooper was right behind him. A mile later nothing changed, except now he’s driving at 65 mph, the maximum limit. Several miles further along, the Trooper’s right on his bumper and the man increases his speed to 75 mph. The Trooper activates his lights and siren and the man reluctantly pulls onto the shoulder.

After the Trooper demands the man’s driver’s license and registration, he sez, “Mr. {Smith}, I cannot for the life of me figure out why, when you knew I was behind you for quite some time, you sped up knowing that you could be cited for speeding. What in the world caused you to do that?

The man looked relieved, stared the Trooper directly in the eye and softly spoke, “Trooper, three months ago, my wife ran off with a Maryland State Trooper. I thought you were him, bringing her back.”



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