It’s not about being right, it’s about being right

It’s not about being right, it’s about being right

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It’s not about being right, it’s about being       right     Mundane Excogitations I need to be right.  Or so it seems.  It’s really not the need to be right though, it’s the need to perpetuate accuracy.  If  someone tells me something, I’m like Mythbusters on the case and I want to know that what they told me is right  before I spread the word. Yesterday as we were coming home a police officer approached the red light at an intersection we were turning  through and put on his lights and sirens.  Initially, we thought we were being pulled over.  Silly us.  Once through the  red light, the officer turned his lights and sirens off and went about speeding down the road.   This prompted a  discussion that finally evolved into whether or not emergency vehicles are allowed to speed – ever.  Glenn said that it  was a federal law that they could not speed under any circumstances and it just didn’t seem plausible.  He had read it 
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