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>Serious question, trolling not required.
Anyone been in Haiti recently? I have a job offer for a project in Jacmel, in the Southern part of the country, and can't decide if I should seriously consider it. I know it's a profoundly poor, distressed place, and Port Au Prince is famously dangerous and dysfunctional, but what about other parts of the country? I'll be in the NGO/expat-aid-worker bubble, of course, which has unique advantages and disadvantages, but I'm still wondering how bad it might actually be on a day-to-day basis. Jacmel looks as though it was once fairly charming, but of course there may not be much of that left post-earthquake. Thoughts?
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I'm from France, have a French passport, a French driving license, and my bike and my car have French license plates.
I roam quite a lot across Europe. What will happen if I drive past the speed limit in other European countries?
- if I get caught by a speedcam?
- if I get caught by the police?
I got caught twice by a speedcam in Germany and nothing happened, but I was driving about 140 kph in a 120 kph zone, so no big deal. However, I'm wondering what will happen if I drive a lot faster. For example, what if I get caught driving 250 kph in Poland?