Please note the question mark.
Yesterday my homies and I were cued up for the U.S. border at the Sumas crossing. It wasn't a terribly long line up considering it was the long weekend; perhaps only a 20 minute wait and we were having fun bullshitting anyhow.
So just as we're a car away from our turn to speak with the man in the booth, some older fella on his Intruder with sidecar cuts around the entire que of traffic and cuts in front of a very perturbed motorist.
Now at the Sumas crossing, the U.S. Customs office is a giant mirror glass shell that observes the road leading up to the crossing. The front door of the office busts open and an extremely unimpressed looking customs officer walks up to the rider and starts berating him about jumping the cue, really giving him both barrels. He then orders the rider to pull up for "a special inspection".
My pals and I sailed through customs with only the usual questions, although the border guard we spoke with was not impressed with Drat's custom license plate that read "SAY10".
Anyhow, just a word of caution and something to consider next time you're considering jumping the que at customs. Seems like it's not a great way to make friends with some of the local law enforcement personnel.