Not really, unless it was someone blowing JUST over and we just unlucky (you know, say they had a big night, waited til midday to drive home to be safe, but still blew over). Then I would, because I think it'd be an accident.
Someone blowing over because they get drunk and then drive knowing they're likely to be well over the limit... well, they're just idiots. And selfish. Selfish idiots.
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11-03-2012 21:48 #11
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11-03-2012 21:53 #13
Not one damn bit what so ever, my mother was a bad alcoholic, not so bad now, she got done dui I don't even know how many times, lost her license for 8 years!!! And you know what still to this day she will stop in at the bottle o on the way home grab a six pack and crack a can whilst driving home!! Drives me wild! Three months after getting her license back she got drunk and DROVE to the POLICE STATION to report something... unfortunately she didn't lose her license again as she had moved states and they obviously didn't check her records from the other state... makes me soooo angry!!
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11-03-2012 22:04 #14
Not at all.
Not even first time.
Its pretty obvious, dont drink and drive. Its not rocket science.
11-03-2012 22:19 #15
None at all here either! I am of the opinion that If you make the choice to drink and drive then you deal with the consequences if you get caught and you don't have the right to whinge to anyone about it!!
11-03-2012 22:38 #16
Nope. Can't abide people that put others lives at risk bc they are too selfish and tight to pay for a cab. I'm the same, won't drink if I have a drop in me (although I'm not a drinker full stop).
You want to get so blind you puke on yourself, that's your choice. You'll have a sore head and lighter wallet in the morning. But have no sympathy for drink drivers. Pay the damn $20 cab and be safe
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11-03-2012 22:45 #17
No sympathy here either!
My dad is a tow truck driver so my childhood was seeing the repercussions of drink drivers, dangerous drivers etc. Best drivers education imaginable.
11-03-2012 23:03 #18
nope.. not one bit. Sheer stupidity if you ask me.
12-03-2012 06:19 #19
12-03-2012 06:22 #20
No. Driving is a privilege not a right. If you've had a few you have no right to drive. If you get caught then I applaud the officers who stopped you. Better catch you than have to show up at the scene of the accident you cause.
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