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SimonSaysFYou said:
highwaystar101 said:

Maybe not to you or me, we could be nice drunks, I know I am, everyone is my best friend when I'm drunk.

But how many fights have you seen outside nightclubs over a spilt drink or fights outside a bar because some guy was looking at another guys girlfriend? I know I've seen dozens. Drink (particularly Stella Artois) makes some people act more irrational than they would do normally.

Oh my God I can't believe what I'm hearing lol. You honestly think certain "types" of alcohol cause differences in behavior? Come on man, alcohol is alcohol, regardless of what additives are included. This one bitch I know thinks vodka makes her a lot more mean, whiskey makes her laugh, and rum makes her sleepy. she is STUPID.

Violent people have a tendency to drink Stella Artois, whether that's the drink or the person is up to you. But pubs across in Sussex, UK have actually gone to the length of banning it. I don't know, it was supposed to be a humorous little quip to break up an otherwise serious post, but I guess it's a reference that only British people will get because of it's nickname here.



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iam surprise that you didn't crash the car.



@SimonSaysForU

Why do you care if they took the car keys if u arent allowed to drive anyway?



i fully support this action, you claim to be 20 but are acting like your 13, when you can act like an adult you can be treated like an adult

parents dont stop being parents just b/c you think your part of the adult world now



 

My 2¢

You live in their house and you don't have a valid license. I don't see a scenario, short of driving a nun who's been shot to the hospital, where your parents giving you the car is a good idea. Plus, TWO parties!? You should hug them right now for caring so much about you.

It seems like a drag, now. I know. But get those keys, have an accident or get pulled over for talking on you cell phone -you'll be kicking yourself. Just ride this one out. They may be older, but they know what they're taking about.
We now return you to "The DUI Debate".



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d21lewis said:
My 2¢

You live in their house and you don't have a valid license. I don't see a scenario, short of driving a nun who's been shot to the hospital, where your parents giving you the car is a good idea. Plus, TWO parties!? You should hug them right now for caring so much about you.

It seems like a drag, now. I know. But get those keys, have an accident or get pulled over for talking on you cell phone -you'll be kicking yourself. Just ride this one out. They may be older, but they know what they're taking about.
We now return you to "The DUI Debate".

What's your opinion as an ex-cop? Did you ever come across drink driving accidents at all?



^^^All the time. I wouldn't even look for them. I'd drive buy, and they'd wreck, trying to switch drivers. They hit deer, leave their cars, and report them stolen. Sometimes, (like last Thanksgiving), they drive into trees, and tear themselves into multiple pieces (torso, legs, arms and, as far fetched as it sounds, EYEBALLS AND SCALP) scattered in different directions. Their clothes even come off.

My first accident I ever saw in person, as it happened: I was parked in front of a gas station, waiting for it to close. I hear "SCREEEEEEEECH!". A truck drives into a ditch right accross the street. It was like fish jumping into the boat. 2nd easiest arrest I ever had!



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d21lewis said:
^^^All the time. I wouldn't even look for them. I'd drive buy, and they'd wreck, trying to switch drivers. They hit deer, leave their cars, and report them stolen. Sometimes, (like last Thanksgiving), they drive into trees, and tear themselves into multiple pieces (torso, legs, arms and, as far fetched as it sounds, EYEBALLS AND SCALP) scattered in different directions. Their clothes even come off.

My first accident I ever saw in person, as it happened: I was parked in front of a gas station, waiting for it to close. I hear "SCREEEEEEEECH!". A truck drives into a ditch right accross the street. It was like fish jumping into the boat. 2nd easiest arrest I ever had!

Your first thought wasn't if the guy was OK? XD you sadistic bastard, you.



More than once, I've gone to a call where the person has had an accident hours prior, and has been in a car, injured, waiting for someone to find them. I'm not saying this to scare anybody. I police in a rural area, and I'd see it all of the time. I can only imagine what bigger community cops have seen.



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d21lewis said:
More than once, I've gone to a call where the person has had an accident hours prior, and has been in a car, injured, waiting for someone to find them. I'm not saying this to scare anybody. I police in a rural area, and I'd see it all of the time. I can only imagine what bigger community cops have seen.

IDK, they say there's more DUI accidents in places where bars and liquor stores are spread out and far away, rather than a community that has a shit load of bars and stores (cities) where you'll usually just walk, take public transportation, and the drive is shorter and quicker.