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As a retired policeman, I can say I've never heard of this. Sounds like urban legend, there's so many ways they can get you to stop without wasting an egg or counting on their throwing arm to actually hit you. I've seen eggs on cars for vandalism or an attempt to damage the paint. When in doubt roll the window down and keep driving, call 911 and tell them. If an unmarked police car tries to pull you over tell them through a closed window that you'll drive to the nearest place with lots of people, a Wal-Mart, police, fire or even a gas station.
I purchased a Leapfrog Leapster in end of June sales last year for my daughter's birthday in October 2008. When she first turned it on it froze but after restarting played fine for 2 hrs then died and refused to work again. Fortunately I had kept my receipt (Target) but was still worried about it having been 4 months prior. They ended up giving me a store credit as they no more in stock at that store and I picked one up from another Target without having to pay the difference between my original sale price. I know you don't have the receipt but you could contact the place of purchase and ask them even if they are able to send off for repairs or put you in contact with the right people. Hope it helps a little ...