Brett Sanders of Frisco, Texas, was really, really, really mad that he had to pay a speeding ticket for driving 39 mph in a 30 mph zone. He tried to fight the ticket in a jury trial, but he lost. Probably because he admitted to speeding, but argued that it was fine because he's a good driver and should be allowed to go that fast if he feels comfortable. "My speed was safe for the conditions around me. I didn’t feel like I owed anybody anything," said Sanders, which is what every other speeder ever has thought and still paid because they were caught speeding.