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  • #76
    Originally posted by BUSTKUNTLAWL View Post
    I like how some people here think a DUI isn't a big deal.

    Drunk drivers = scum bags.
    You are still in high school, arent you? You will be surprised at the huge number of people that drive drunk. I would say 95% of people that drink have driven drunk, or driven with someone that was drunk.
    I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
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    • #77
      Originally posted by someone447 View Post
      You are still in high school, arent you? You will be surprised at the huge number of people that drive drunk. I would say 95% of people that drink have driven drunk, or driven with someone that was drunk.
      Way to just make up statistics. That is ridiculous.

      As for driving under the influence, easily one of the dumbest things you could do.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Moses View Post
        Way to just make up statistics. That is ridiculous.

        As for driving under the influence, easily one of the dumbest things you could do.
        I don't deny it is stupid, but you would be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't driven drunk or driven with someone who was drunk. Do I mean regularly? Of course not. Do I mean completely shitfaced? No, just above the legal limit. So, if you split a bottle of wine with dinner, it is possible you are at the legal limit. .08 isn't very much alcohol. I don't know a single person that hasn't ever driven drunk, or been with someone who is driving drunk. Not only people my age, but my parents friends, bosses, EVERYONE!!! I will stick with my estimate of 95% of people have driven drunk or been with someone who was drunk.
        I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
        Hunter S. Thompson

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        • #79
          If .08 is "drunk" then it might be hard to disagree with that. I'm not sure I know very many people who haven't done that either. I guess I'd make a similar estimate, but not quite that high. There are tons of people who drink that have never even driven before. But I definitely see your point.

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          • #80
            Originally posted by duckseason View Post
            If .08 is "drunk" then it might be hard to disagree with that. I'm not sure I know very many people who haven't done that either. I guess I'd make a similar estimate, but not quite that high. There are tons of people who drink that have never even driven before. But I definitely see your point.
            Legally, it is drunk. No one knows what the driver would have blown. Fine I should rephrase, I would estimate that 95% of people have or will drive drunk or ride with someone who is drunk.
            I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
            Hunter S. Thompson

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            • #81
              Originally posted by someone447 View Post
              Legally, it is drunk. No one knows what the driver would have blown. Fine I should rephrase, I would estimate that 95% of people have or will drive drunk or ride with someone who is drunk.
              Yeah, I see your point for sure. It would be tough for me to argue against that, and I might just agree. Hell, based off my own personal experience, it's pretty damn accurate.

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              • #82
                Especially college kids. Nobody wants to be a DD, somebody who's had a few drinks usually ends up driving home.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by duckseason View Post
                  So you subscribe to the whole guilty until proven innocent school of thought huh? The onus of proof should ALWAYS be on the prosecution. No matter the charge.
                  Well, proof either way is likely impossible, but if you've been drinking with a guy and then hand him the keys because he's less drunk than you (a decision you made whilst over the limit yourself), I don't think they should have to prove he did so knowing the other guy had been drinking, it's just common sense. If he's pulled over in his car with a drunk driver and they were together drinking at the same venue, then that's really all the proof they need by the requirements of this law. It's up to him to then present a case why he may not have known.

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable View Post
                    Well Im certainly not gonna turn on Kyle for some rent-a-titan in McNair.
                    Wow, imagine the commercials for that company...


                    "short on players? want to overpay one to do the job? Feel like you could get crappy value for a lot of money? Rent-A-Titan can help you, we've got plenty of veterans on the verge of going downhill for you to overpay!"

                    Rent-A-Titan® because value is overrated.

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by OzTitan View Post
                      Well, proof either way is likely impossible, but if you've been drinking with a guy and then hand him the keys because he's less drunk than you (a decision you made whilst over the limit yourself), I don't think they should have to prove he did so knowing the other guy had been drinking, it's just common sense. If he's pulled over in his car with a drunk driver and they were together drinking at the same venue, then that's really all the proof they need by the requirements of this law. It's up to him to then present a case why he may not have known.
                      What? You don't punish people based solely off imaginative assumption. EVER. Like I said, no matter the crime, the burden of proof always rests with the prosecution. Sadly, this most integral element of the justice system is often forgotten or completely disregarded.

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by OzTitan View Post
                        Well, proof either way is likely impossible, but if you've been drinking with a guy and then hand him the keys because he's less drunk than you (a decision you made whilst over the limit yourself), I don't think they should have to prove he did so knowing the other guy had been drinking, it's just common sense. If he's pulled over in his car with a drunk driver and they were together drinking at the same venue, then that's really all the proof they need by the requirements of this law. It's up to him to then present a case why he may not have known.
                        Then there is no case and it needs to be dismissed.
                        I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
                        Hunter S. Thompson

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