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Old 11-28-2014, 04:13 PM   #17
bigbassloyd
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Had my camera up on my 25 ft tripod a couple of months ago while waiting for a train. I was set up near a grade crossing with my car parked on the side of the road (well away from the tracks). As I stood there there waiting for the train and wasting time on my phone, a local a-hole drove by slowly, and then after about getting down about a hundred yards, threw his redneck pickup truck in reverse and backed up quickly to where I was. He rolled his window down and asked if I was a cop, I said no and then he said, "Well, I'm going to call the cops and tell them that you are photographing the inside of peoples' cars."

Right at that moment I got a call from a friend and proceeded to ignore this country bumpkin. He waited about 30 seconds and drove away. Good thing my buddy called or else I would have pointed and laughed uncontrollably at him. Who knows what kind of wacko he could have turned out to be had I done that.

10 minutes later I got my shot and never saw him again.
I try to act crazier than the person I'm dealing with. Nobody wants to mess with a crazy person.

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