One would hope they manage to kill themselves before they manage to pass their stupidity on to a future generation:
Lou was going 168 mph on his Kawasaki 1000 motorcycle last year when he noticed the flashing lights of a State Police car behind him on the Bishop Ford Freeway.
Figuring he'd be hit with hefty fines if he pulled over, Lou, a 33-year-old Englewood resident who asked that his full name not be used, took off instead.
"[The trooper] hit his lights, and I was gone," he said. "I never looked back because I knew I had him."
Not that we would ever pretend to hit the lights and sirens to encourage bikers to flee at a high rate of speed in the hopes that they'll wreck somewhere down the road, but wouldn't it be humorous if we did? And if troopers did? Because the minute you decline to enforce certain laws, there are people who will take advantage of the situation EXACTLY as described above and the only justice they'll probably ever face is running into a bridge abutment at some point.