LINK CITY: Sidney Crosby cut in line at the DMV, some lady jammed up about it.

Here is a classic  August story. From PG.

The story starts by outlining how annoying the DMV is. And then…

In that case, as Mr. Crosby demonstrated to amazed patrons of the Duncan Manor DMV office in McCandless Friday morning, you get to skip to the front of the line, taking care of business in minutes while mere mortals — including fans — wait as they must.

Apparently PA has some type of "celebrity," rule at local DMV's.

Some people were jammed:

"I disapprove," said 46-year-old Susan Campbell of Cranberry, who later in the day spent an hour and half at the center off McKnight Road and waited in line twice to help her 20-year-old daughter, Jessica, renew her license before heading off to college. "He should have to sit and wait with everyone else."


But the policy rubbed Sherry Davis of West View and her 16-year-old son, Jacob, the wrong way.
"He's another person like everyone else," said Jacob, who had just earned his driver's license.
"He probably should have waited," said Ms. Davis, 43.


" I wonder if he would have shown up if Tuuka Rask was here," Ben Aimes from Homewood said. " He talked to the officials at the DMV alot, no surprise."

( Made that last quote up. Thats what we would have said if we were there.)

In our opinion the public should get to vote on who is a celebrity and who isn't. Plus, they should ban Steeler players from DMV's.



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